Hi Dead Aim
When you are looking for hunting attire, focus on warm and dry. It'll always be colder and wetter than you plan or would believe it can get. You don't have to spend major bux to stay warm and dry. Thermax, gore-tex, silk, and thinsulate or good old fashioned wool are good starting points. Dress in layers and don't forget good boots. You can't fill your tag if you got cold and left the woods. ;-)
And the latest camo pattern scent blocker nuclear gizmo will never replace good old woodsmanship and hunting skill. Those take time. The longer you're 'out there', the more the skills develop.