This is the Wearing History pattern I'm using and I highly recommend it for this mid-era war-period impression. Here is the link: Wearing History 1910s Suit - Circa 1916 Pattern
I've already written about the corset, hat, undies, blouse, and skirt for this costume and the posts are listed here:
The corset: http://theperfecttouchvictorian.blogspot.com/2014/06/historical-sew-fortnightly-challenge-12.html
The hat: http://theperfecttouchvictorian.blogspot.com/2014/07/1910s-suit-long-hat.html
The skirt: http://theperfecttouchvictorian.blogspot.com/2014/08/historical-sew-fortnightly-challenge-14.html
The color scheme for this suit is the skirt of a fine blue/green/ivory plaid with the buttons covered in ivory linen. The same linen is used for the lining of the blouse. It's also the same linen I used for the underthings, so as you have probably already guessed, I had quite a bit of ivory linen! I purchased it from another costumer for a great price and love the color. It is very delicate, however, and so I've also purchased an ivory muslin to interline the jacket. In this photo you can see the unlined linen on the left and the linen lined with muslin on the right. The muslin also turns out to be great for the structure of this jacket.
I love the clean, simple lines of the suit with the over-the-top laced and feathered and flowered and bowed and pearled hat!
The addition of some mini-mosaic earrings and a pin put another bit of color to the costume and added the perfect touch!
I hope you've enjoyed the journey into a new era for me and a new pattern for Wearing History!