Using the Wild Ginger pattern drafting software for children's clothes, I drafted a pair of pants and a wrap top/vest. The long sleeve t-shirt is a modified version of a basic T from the circa 1970s book, Sewing for Toddlers.
top/vest: The top has no closures and is able to slip over her head. The fabric I used is a double sided pre-quilted fabric. It has small poinsettias on one side and large ones on the other. I plan for her to wear the small side to church the Sunday before Christmas, and the large side to Christmas Eve service. I used french seams to hide the raw edges and then simply serged the outside edges with red thread. I planned on serging and then covering the edges with bias tap, but I liked the serged look so much, I left it plain.
pants: I used a beige cotton sateen fabric for the pants that had a slight shimmer to it. The pants have a jean-style yoke in the back and pleats in the front. Because she does not use pockets, and I wanted a more sleek look, I did not make any. I made a wide hem on the bottom so that the pants can be cuffed and then un-cuffed as she grows. (I wanted to add to the lifespan of the pants.)
t-shirt: I made the t-shirt longer than the pattern called and then added a ruffle to the bottom to create a tunic look. I also used a wide cuff for the sleeves and a slightly wider than usual band for the neckline.