Jeans and a Tshirt here- except for opening day- where I bathe in pure spring water after breaking the ice on the spring, and hunt nekkid.
IMHO, deer tend to respond to MOVEMENT and NOISE. There have been a lot of young hunters that get their first deer by sitting leaning against a tree, doze off, and wake to find a buck within 10 yards, checking them out. They were not moving.
While techniques vary from place to place, what I have found that works for me here- find a spot where I have trees or high thickets behind me- so I am not skylighted. Skip the aftershave and shampoo before hunting. I carry a lighweight folding chair, and about 10 ft of 4 ft wide camo pattern cheesecloth, with 550 cord tied to the corners. Plant my chair, and about 3 feet in front of me, run the cheesecloth from the ground to chest high. I can sit, move my feet and legs without it being seen. Butt does not freeze to the ground, I am high enuff to see, and seated, with a shooting stick, I am MUCH better at 300 yards than standing offhand.
Your mileage may vary. Oh- gotta keep blood sugar up. Usually keep an apple in my jacket. That's what those peelings on the ground are, Mr. Game Warden.