Here are some coordinates I created over the last couple months using the fabric palettes above. First up are two tops I made using the Danger, Curves Ahead pattern from Cutting Line Designs worn over the Shapes Six Sense skirt I made a few years ago. This pattern includes instructions for a technique to get the finest curved, narrow hem. You can see details of the hem, plus how I made these tops using the coordinating fabrics, including a large size, high quality mens shirt in the Flickr Album.
Here is my modification of the A New Dimension jacket and a top from the Just My Style pattern. For the jacket mod, all I did was fold back/remove the sleeves on the front and back side/sleeve pieces. I then created one pattern piece from those two pieces that is now the side piece. You can see how I did it in my Flickr Album for the A New Dimension pattern.
Here is the now sleeveless jacket/vest worn over another Cutting Line Designs pattern, the Just My Style top view B in a silk/linen blend. I used that fabric for the front facings. I love wearing these warm neutral colors that look great with brown and other berry coordinates.