Also, make sure you get a good mask. I suggested the JT proflex because I have had several masks and after going through several I have come back to that because they are very comfortable. They are one of the lightest masks, the foam is in a league of its own, and the breathing is easy no matter how hard you're breathing. Unlike other masks(like the sly profit) you forget you're wearing it.
and now that I'm thinking about it, you may want to get a different color. I suggest the light tan and black
If you do some serious reading on camouflage, the contrast on the tan of the mute light color and the small black accents will break up the shape, while a black mask will make you easy to identify. 90% of camo we use is breaking up the human shape, and a black triangle is easy to locate focus on. With alternating light and dark colors it is hard to tell how close/far away something is, and one part of your mask will look closer than the other to people and they will be less likely to find you if they catch a glimpse of your face in their peripheral vision. (This is all known as disruptive camouflage btw) Remember, the woods aren't completely dark, during the day in the woods you may encounter more light colored things than dark colored things, so black will sometimes make you stick out.
I got a lot from what I know from the military channel, but here is a quick read I found you might like: