Packing info in case it's useful -
Rain gear: Antigravity gear jacket and pants. Bought these as ultralight options when I was working on getting my base weight down. These are non-breathable rain gear which I haven’t tried before; there were times when I was sweating and they did condense on the inside, but they have big pit zips and that helped. They worked great, kept me dry, and was a nice windbreak too. On the 10 hour day of rain they were good - I had some wicking up on my shirt on the wrists but not unexpected. They have Velcro at the ankle so I could attach the legs to my shoe laces and that helped keep them in place in the wind. They are thin, so could tear, but I did have some encounters with bramble bushes that didn’t leave any holes. Several people online recommended Frogg Toggs as a cheaper alternative.
Sun hoodie/light jacket: Columbia Place to Place II full zip hoodie. Loved this so much. I think it is discontinued now, which is a bummer as I would buy more. It was super soft and light, had UPF 50. I tried so many sun hoodies, many of them had thicker fabric than I wanted, and some had uncomfortable seams, and I learned I really want a full zip. This one was the best for me.
Pants: Mountain Hardware Dynama pants. These were awesome! I took two pair, one for travel/evenings, and one for walking. They are light, dried overnight, very comfortable (loved the elastic waistband). They did snag on some thorns, and are a little thin. Nice big pockets. Comfortable to sleep in on the plane, and for walking miles in.
Tops. I took a Patagonia tank top as my main walking shirt, it worked well. Comfortable, dried quick, not too stinky or sweaty feeling if I wore it a couple days in a row. No chafing, very happy with it. I took a Patagonia t shirt as an alternate, the tank worked so well I mostly used the tshirt for evenings. Very soft, cozy. I had a Magazine sleeveless top for travel and evening, nice and light, looked good with the pants, and fast drying. I also had a very old Gap t shirt that I slept in, and simple black cardigan for travel days/evenings if needed.
Socks. Darn Tough Micro crew hiking socks. These worked awesome! I wanted something taller than ankle sock as another layer of protection against ticks. I took three pair because I wanted to make sure I could change as needed if they got wet/sweaty. On most days I just took off my socks and aired my feet at rest stops and that worked great, on the day of rain I was happy to have all three to change as they got soaked (even wet they were still warm, they just got pretty squishy). I also had two pairs of Old Navy low cut socks for travel/evening.
Underthings: I took three pair of Gap breathe underwear (awesome, comfy, dried fast), a True bra (very comfortable, no issues), and two thin modal Jockey camis. All worked great, no issues.
Misc clothing: a hat (great hat, lost it on day two) one thin scarf (very handy as head cover when I lost my hat, also a nice wrap, or as a scarf on chilly mornings), a pair of thin fleece gloves (nice on the rainy day when my hands were getting cold). I also took a pair of sun mitts I didn’t use because it wasn’t that sunny and I was good enough with sunscreen and my sun hoodie over the back of my hands.
Toiletries. Basics – deodorant, face lotion, sunscreen, toothbrush/toothpaste, nail clippers, razor, some little packs of liquid laundry soap, a couple hair ties, panty liners, a pack of wet wipes, masks, and a standing urination device (no bathrooms on the trail). Also had a stick of foot glide, that was great. Most of the places I stayed just had soap/body wash and not shampoo, so washed my hair with that … after a few miles walking, between the sweat and the sunscreen, it didn’t even matter but FYI.