Mine is generally quite business-like, or, at least, (hopefully) quite professional and "mature", with certain degrees of variety ranging from casual to semi-formal and formal. Even if it sounds weird, I try to find a balance (don't know if I succeed though) between the very clean-cut, no-nonsense and even slightly Old-School on the one hand and the slightly Bohemian (although Bohemian in a more dandified, rather than non-consumerist, shockingly provocative manner), slightly extravagant (again, leaning far more towards extravagance in luxuries, rather than in peculiarities) on the other.
My ideal wardrobe would probably consist of a vast selection of suits and various other business attires, while trying too avoid too casual or sporty clothes as much as possible. But the latter category would include, if I would buy sporty attires massively, the high-end part of this fashion segment (possibly Lacoste, Burberry, La Martina etc.) not out of snobbery, far more because of wishing to "look classy even while relaxing/working out". All this being said, I generally tend to stick to the more established fashion styles, e.g. suits, jeans, dress-shirts, polo shirts in very conservative colors, while still liking to slightly "upgrade" them with a e.g. a tie, a scarf, almost any other accessory of a more unusual color/pattern. But my main ideal is to remain, even if it may sound a bit conceited and dated, as "gentlemanly" as possible, however with more playful, trendy or showy "twist" (nothing too fancy, edgy or outrageous though).
Also, at times I like to dress very functional, utilitarian and inconspicuous, yet other times I like to pay extreme attention to detail and be slightly overdressed even for no particular reason/occasion. And fragrance, by the way, is just a very versatile component of my outfit. This is why I like to keep a permanent supply of pretty diversified frags in my wardrobe, so that I can literally "wear whatever I like", be it a scent which is in (almost) perfect balance with the most casual or most formal clothes and frags which are in total (deliberate) imbalance in relation to my outfit. There are times when I simply like to follow the general rule: more light, aquatic, citrus frags go well with more casual attire, summer wear, heavier ones with more formal wear, more neutral ones with the workplace attire etc., and yet other times when I either deliberately or unconsciously break these rules, picking out a fragrance more "unsuitable" to the outfit.