Clothing for a Baal Teshuvah (a newly-repentant person)

Q: What type of clothing should a Baal Teshuvah wear – a black suit like the Charedim or clothing like the Religious-Zionists?
A: There are no laws in the Torah regarding the type of clothing to wear, besides that it is forbidden to wear "Sha'atnez" (a mixture or wool and linen) and that one must wear Tzitzit. Furthermore, not all Charedim dress alike and not all Religious-Zionists dress alike. Clothing is a personal choice. Many men, however, are inclined to wear a uniform, since their clothing broadcast his societal affiliation. If so, the question is not what clothing to wear but one's societal affiliation. If you are Charedi, you can dress like them although there are different types of dress. If you are a Religious-Zionist, you can dress like them although there are different types of dress. A general principle for the newly-repentant: "Get yourself a Rav." This is not an obligation but exalted advice for every Jew and all the more so for a Baal Teshuvah. He will have a personal connection with the Rav who can guide him on all of his paths.