I made this drawing last night. This is a mini wardrobe I can believe in. It's not very colorful, but then again, neither am I :o)
I already have the patterns for the button down and the tank top. They are both TNTs and I have used them many times already. The pants and vest will be trickier. I have lots of patterns, but none of them are exactly what I've sketched here. But the variations are mostly pocket-themed, so I'm thinking that they shouldn't be too difficult.
I have all the fabric I need, too. The tank top will be in a jersey knit, either black or possibly a green that I have lying around. I'm not sure the green is the right shade to go with the coffee color of the other pieces -- I haven't checked that yet.
The button down, as I've already mentioned, is an off white stretch linen with a tan pinstripe.
The vest and pants will be a coffee-colored bottom weight stretch sateen. It's a beautiful fabric -- I've made a couple of Youngest Son's pants with this fabric and they turned out and held up beautifully.
So now that I finally have a plan, I can get started. Linen and button down pattern are on the sewing table, waiting patiently for my attention. Coffee colored sateen is going into the washing machine. Time to go change the thread on the machines.