It does what it says, at least initially: a smell of freshly-laundered clothes and hand soap. All quite dry, ambery, dusty and musky, more grayish than white as one may assume, mainly focused on a sort of industrial, artificial, cold concept of cleanness an "automat-laundry" clean, rather than a "cozy-bath" clean. Fun enough, I also get a sort of iris note, which may be due to some aromachemicals also used to build powdery notes. Synthetic amber, synthetic white musk, something generically floral; that type of notes which create something not that distant from Helmut Lang EdP or some Comme des Garçons fragrances, even if in a more raw, straightforward way - and honestly quite more boring after a while. It smells more like a base on which eventually one should build a perfume rather than a scent ready to use, but it doesn't smell that bad and is also quite inexpensive, so if you're into "clean" stuff, go for it.