Since you said your specific concern is clothing I will address that first and please feel free to cherry pick what I have to say; and sorry in advance for the wall of text ; )
*You are packing a LS baselayer shirt, you can ditch the short sleeve, in 50's - 30's it won't be warm enough to justify it. You can sleep in the same shirt you hike in.
*I noticed you don't have rain pants, in those temps I wouldn't wanna be without them.
*Your dri-ducks rain jacket and windshirt combined weigh more than most breathable hardshells which can double duty as rain gear and a wind shirt.
*I see you have a buff and a beanie, you may wanna consider just using a balaclava. *I wouldn't want to be stuck at camp in the 30's without a puffy layer, a fleece and a windshirt would leave me cold but you may run warmer than I do.
Now a few other thoughts since I am rambling, you could drop some weight by dropping a few xtra items which seem redundant or unnecessary.
*you have a pack liner, why do you have several dry sacks and a pack cover.
*You have fuel syringe listed, ditch that and grab a disposable child size medicine measuring cup, weighs less than .1 ounce.
*I personally don't use a cozy, but some people like them, you could prob do without.
*you have a 3L bladder and 2 smaller bottles, you could easily get by with the bladder and 1 bottle.
*I see coffee filters listed in your filter kit, not sure what that is for if you are carrying a filter system.
*I see you have a compass but don't see a map; I wouldn't trust a GPS unit exclusively.
*Why do you have 2 bandanas, I would drop 1, you already have a separate washrag.
*I would drop the sit pad.
*You have a polycryo ground sheet with stuff sack listed as 3.45 ounces, unless that ground cloth is big enough for a 8 person tent you should only have about 1.6oz of the stuff, fold it up and sick it in a pocket, it doesn't need a stuff sack.
*I would ditch the heat sheet.
*3.55 ounces is ALOT of DEET, repackage in a mini bottle and bring 1 ounce.
*That p00p kit could prob loose 2-3 ounces for the length of a trip you are talking about.
*I would prob also go with a smaller knife, like a Swiss army classic.
Those changes would lighten your load by about 31 ounces give or take.