The things that changed from my intentions of a simple summer wardrobe are:
-I sewed the planned denim tencel shorts + didn't like them (on me). So I decided not to make any more shorts.
-I'm wearing my thrifted olive pants + my sewn patterned pants with tank tops instead of the planned shorts. It's mostly the olive pants, but I'll throw in the others for options.
-I found a cute little thrifted white tank (even before I wrote this), so I decided not to sew the extra tank.
-My clay jumpsuit was sold, because it felt like one too many once it finally came time to really wear it.
-I decided that I don't need another layer. My indigo tee is enough + I can grab my denim jacket or olive shirt if I really want something different. I had planned to make something like this from a worn/thrifted long-sleeved t-shirt...maybe some other time.
-(My tees were not worn.)
So my simple summer wardrobe now consists of:
-3 white tanks
-block print tank
-pj tank (which I'm now wearing as a top instead)
-red block print pants
-(maybe) green print pants
-indigo LS tee
I honestly feel like I still have too many tops + bottoms. Since I'm trying to make do with what I already have, it is what it is. If I were to start from scratch, I would probably try to just have solid cotton + linen pieces that can all mix + match. I could focus on my color palette of white, clay, + pale denim along with a block printed piece or two + hits of natural leather for sandals + purse. Goals. :)
Sorry to bore you...again.