I hunt in Dexter and Pinckney, my gear consists of 3 types of clothing all having something in common. (WATER PROOF) remember that the beginning of fall usually brings rains and cold mornings too colder nights. Having the right first layer critical I use a wicking shirt with a turtle neck of some sort to cover my neck line, depending on the temp and weather conditions I then move to, jeans, or just long johns.
Always think Neck, Ears, and Fingers & Feet
Then the selection of my gear which is stored in the back of my truck in 3 different totes (Temp related). #'s 1 and 2 are good till above 60 degrees after switch to the colder suit REDHEAD. If raining I just double up on the inner layer to wear the rain suit. Always buy one size larger for movement and layering, if you wash them you have a chance that they will shrink.
#1 Field & stream rain suit. This has a hood and with my hunting hat covers my head and neck from water getting in; this is a very important feature, you are going to need to find some water proof gloves and a (Hot shot) make sure that the gloves are not to thick but still do a good job of keeping you hand dry and warm. (I love this suit) low noise, comfortable and works.
#2 A Light weights TecH20 suit, this is a coat and suspenders combo, I have had these for 4 years now and still work great.
#3 is a full suit made by REDHEAD and with the right layers I can wear these till the end of the hunting season Jan 1st.
When selecting boots I want something that is going to last, I had the large camo rubber boots, but they ripped in 2 seasons. I now use Field & Stream 1000 thinsulate w/goretex
Hunting boots and if it's really cold full foot warmers, when I am done hunting for the day I take them off with the rest of my gear and stole them in a boot tote. No real need to pollute them as well.
Lastly for my ears I wear hunting ear muffs, my hearing sucks because of the use of loud guns and manufacturing so I wear walker's quads. I only adjust the volume enough to hear my fingers snap and then leave them alone.
I am NOT someone that buys a particular brand; I just like to buy equipment that works best for me at the right price of course.
This should cover your hunting gear in Michigan, remember the key point watch your weather channel, dress to kill and you will!!!
One more thing don't think for a minute that because you are wearing hunting gear that the deer won't smell you, they will!!! Try to keep from getting winded, cut back on the spices you use in your food, garlic, cury and so on, always wash your gear and other daily cloths in non UV detergent, use non scented soap and under arm deodorant 2 months before and during the hunting season.