Surpassed only by the magnificent breeches, the doublet was one of the peak expressions of an Elizabethan gentleman's masculinity. So much so, that there were strict laws as to who could wear which colours, lace, velvet or silk. Woe betide the rich merchant or landlord who tried to bend or break the sumptuary laws. One would not be amused.
The photos are examples of the different colours. All my wool is dyed in small batches - although not truly repeatable, batches are close enough to use more than one together.
Your monitor settings may affect the colours you see; colours may vary slightly from batch to batch.