-sock liners, smartwool socks, insulated winter hiking boots, Neos Adventurer overboots, YakTrak XTR (feet warm and dry)
-compression short, nylon pants
-lightweight poly l-sleeve, poly s-sleeve, 100wt fleece l-sleeve, nylon l-sleeve button-up shirt, Lands Ends Outrigger jacket
-Gander Mtn polartec glomitt, knit hat
This works for me while hiking, although it is a cold start.
During camp set up I added a lightweight poly bottom base, removed the nylon buttom-up shirt (soaked) added 100wt fleece top and M65 jacket liner; removed knit hat (bit wet) added Seirus ultra clava and Mad Bomber hat. I felt dry and warm while doing camp chores. In the morning I added a down parka until it was time to hike out.
I did pack additional layers, gloves and hats - fortunately I nor anyone else needed them but I will always pack them in these conditions.