1) Featherweight black/white knit tank dress, based on the Named Inari Tee dress. My sweater cocoon dress was so comfy, I immediately thought of doing a tank dress out of this delicious feather-weight knit I got from Emma One Sock. It will be super lightweight, but not clingy, to combat the heat, and will be just below my knees, which from what I can tell is the safest non-maxi skirt length. Apparently it's totally possible to wear above the knee-length if it's not too short, but that is the shortest length for visiting temples.
2) Repurposing one of my original fall sewing plans, I've come up with a dress pattern for my silk jersey material. This will be the Sallie jumpsuit/dress, with the kimono top and again a just below the knee skirt.
3) Knit wide-leg capri pants. I'm going to do a test run with some pea-green jersey knit I haven't been too excited about, but mainly I want them in black for traveling purposes. I'm thinking about just adapting the pants portion of the Sallie Jumpsuit, because I'm too lazy to cut out another pattern (it seriously takes up valuable sewing time!). When I went to Africa, I took a pair of pants like these and they served me well, so I think they will work for Thailand as well.
4) The Pauline Alice Rosari skirt in this fun viscose/rayon fabric which I also just got from Emma One Sock. I would love to have the buttons down the front, but if I don't have time, I will have to skip them. I've been experimenting with skirt shapes over the years, and I'm not really a fan of full gathered skirts, since I carry my weight in the my middle, so I think this A-line shape will work well both for my body type and for being cooler than my usual straight skirts I wear. The pattern is actually intended for fabrics with more body than this pretty light-weight rayon, but I think it will work out in the end. I'm going have it so the solid olive color is at the top, with the floral border.
5) Black/white squiggle silk tank top, using a modified Wiksten Tank and fabric which I once again got from Emma One Sock, but ages ago, and I don't have a photo of it. Instead of making it straight down, I'm going to add a ruffle to the bottom, more like the tank below.
There are a few more less-defined things on the list as well, but I doubt I will even make it to the end of what I've listed here, so we'll save those for later! I may have been a little devious and already made one of the items, so you'll get to see that one before too long as well. :)