Hmm, you have to consider seasonality, which means she'll need a little more than she would in a temperate climate.
Here's a suggested list, with  for optional items:Outerwear:
Parka and snowpants
[Cloth winter dress coat]
Hats, Scarves, Gloves (at least 2 of each, because inevitably they get wet and need to dry before the kid has to go outside again]
Loafers or casual shoes
Sandals (DD wears inexpensive flipflops mostly, but she has strong feet so support isn't an issue)
. long underwear (top and bottom)
. undershirts or camisoles] (can always layer t-shirts instead)
. socks - 5 athletic and 5 "regular"
. pyjamas (In summer, dd often just wears a XL t-shirt)Clothes
2 or 3 long-sleeve t-shirts
[2 or 3 turtlenecks] (my kids won't wear them, but I think they are great)
1 dress blouse
1 knit sweater
2 fleece sweatshirts/hoodies
. blue jeans
. yoga pants (also work as pj's)
. cotton or linen pants
1 skirt/dress/dress pants
1 bathing suit (2 if you swim a lot), rashguard shirt and boardshorts
DD is 14 and she has quite a bit more than this, including lots of accessories (scarves, hats, bags - oh, the bags and purses!!) and shoes and jackets/coats and dress clothes (skirts and dresses for social occasions - weddings, school formals, Christmas parties etc.). She gets hand-me-downs and also likes to buy vintage clothes and re-sew them. So for us, despite the amount of clothes, she's fairly frugal. It's the de-cluttering that we have to manage more.
Don't forget the gear that comes with extra-curricular activities. At age 11, DD was playing soccer, hockey and danced, so she had training sneakers, soccer cleats and shin pads, skates, ballet slippers, jazz shoes, and tap shoes, aside from her regular sneakers, boots, sandals, dress shoes etc. She also had her soccer uniform, full set of hockey equipment (pads, socks, jerseys etc.), and dance leotards etc.