punk was the pre-style to grunge, so basically anything ripped, or dirty looking, skirts were and obviously still are in, specifically plaid ones back then, if you really want an idea of what a punk looks like just look up punk dress style on google or something
I'd go for the black jacket definitely if it were punk.
White is simply too bright.
Make your clothes look distressed is probably the key thing, rips, tarnish .. whatever.
Layers are also a good punk look. Try maybe some ripped denim shorts over some fishnets, with some over the knee socks on top of the fishnets.
Mini-skirts were also very punk - remember dark colours though.
Baggier shirts tend to look good - like a vest top a couple of sizes too big which hangs a little is very punk - if you feel too exposed simply wear another fitted one under it. Or the complete opposite with a very tight fitted top.
Print was in - anything can go - leopard print, zebra print, tartan, stripes...
You can never really over accessorise with the punk look. Studded belts, heavy chains, wrist bands ...
Shoes tended to be heavy - probably a pair of docs - or anything which looks good for standing on peoples' heads.
There were so many different types of make-up for punks, so you can't really go wrong - heavy on the eye make-up was the key thing which went through all the styles. As for hair - I'm not sure how far you want to go ... but just a generally distressed look would probably work (nothing silky straight).