Some tips about clothing for Hungary (specifically shoes...)
Here is some proof. This picture is from my SECOND pair of boots. Try walking home in a blizzard in those! On the other hand, the shoes I spent a little more on from a sporting goods store are still in great working order even after returning.
As for normal clothes, I'm no fashion guru but I certainly learned some functionality tips from experience.
1. Layers are great. Sometimes it was hard to decide what to wear because you know you'll be freezing until you get walking all over and then suddenly the sun will come out and you'll be sweating. It wasn't uncommon for me to have a shirt, a cardigan and a coat all in one day so I was prepared for anything.
2. Gloves that can hold a pen are super important for streeting in the winter.
3. I'm also a fan of scarfs which can be really useful and versatile.
4. Skirts that don't go crazy in the wind will save some potentially embarrassing moments.
5. Clothing that doesn't show excessive sweat- summer will make you drip.
6. Tights- thick tights (I even had wool ones).
7. An umbrella is useful. I've always been an anti-umbrella person out of Washingtonian pride, but it's awfully hard to keep scriptures and a planner dry when you're trying to talk to people in the rain (plus you can serve a little by sharing with others caught in the flood).
8. Versatile sizes and items such as belts. As embarrassing as it is, I lost a hefty amount of weight on my mission. If it wasn't for belts and nice materials, I would have had to buy a whole new wardrobe throughout the mission.
9. Hair accessories for quick dos. Trust me, if you're going to keep to the white-handbook schedule, you're not going to have time to curl or perfect your hair.
10. A really good side bag. Half way through my mission they stopped allowing us to use backpacks. I was so grateful I had also brought a reliable fossil side-bag which is still in great shape.
Hope that saves a prospective missionary or two from some incredibly frustrating fashion malfunctions.