These are the reference photos we used. I'm not sure where we got this one from, sorry.
This reference photo of the embroidery is from Alley Cat Scratch.
For the tunic, I used a Wuji Charcoal Shirting from JoAnn Fabrics. Matt drafted the pattern for me based on a pattern he found here.
I hand-drafted the collar and attached it, using craft foam in between the layers for support. I also sewed button holes onto the front and wove a leather cord through to tie it.
For the skirt, I used Zhan Hunter Target from Joann Fabrics. I drafted a pattern based on length (mid-knee) and width. The corners are rounded, and it's also split in the back. I added ties to hold it up, but I may replace those with buttons. There is a yellow gold embroidery all down the sides and bottom, with intricate embroidery on each corner. I didn't get around to doing the corner embroidery, but I'll finish that up later. The embroidery on the edges is essentially a series of ovals with more intricate embroidery connecting them. I made a pattern and pinned it to one side and traced it with a marker to make half of the ovals, then free-handed the other side of the oval.