alright tell me what you think. I ordered a 200gr set of bibs and a 200gr jacket... I already have some cabelas polar base layer stuff and some nice boots....
Should be good, but make sure your layers aren't too tight. I took my wife shopping for cold weather camo and she kept thinking like a chick wanting to be form fitting and cute. If your layers are too tight, you'll be cold. Especially for your outer layer, get it big enough to wear several layers underneath. Same thing with boots. Too tight and your toes will freeze. Leave a little extra space for thick socks and still have room to wiggle a little.
I also use a lot of hand warmers and buy them by the case from Amazon. My gloves aren't anything special, some cheap "Remington" brand. But I keep my hands in my pockets with the hand warmers and only take them out to pee, shoot, glass, grunt, or rattle. The key is to find a good balance between warmth and dexterity and use your pockets with hand warmers. This weekend was the first time I used a form of foot warmer. For being over a year old, they worked OK. I am sure newer ones would do better, but they are only needed in the coldest of weather.
You can take a thermos of hot coffee to the stand too. A snack or two may provide energy for heat production.
Finally, DON'T WEAR COTTON ANYTHING. If you sweat, you'll never dry out and you will freeze. Wear only moisture wicking fabrics.
Hope this helps. Good luck!