I think you could explore the genre of green chypres, which pair clean, fresh green accents with dark, forest, woody ones - depending, they range from very clean, almost soapy, to very dark and vegetal. Examples range from Chanel Cristalle (very cold and bitter) to Piguet Futur (mix of dark and soap), the crisp green Jacomo Silences, the difficult to find Ormonde Jayne Tiare (slightly citrusy, more relaxed), or even Piguet Bandit (butch green leather, whips and biker jackets-though this is, indeed, about power).
Another scent that comes to mind is Estee Lauder Private Collection Jasmine White Moss, a "new chypre", a clean chypre with floral accents and not too much chypric bitterness. Definitely more sedate than true green chypres, but still breezy and modern.
In vetiver territory, there's Chanel Sycomore, fresh vetiver plus a touch of smoky woods to make it good for evenings as well. This is a summer favorite for me here in DC. More a masculine than a feminine, but perfect for women too.