arma virumque cano (et alia)
haha that is funny.
Surprisingly effective, but you need the true white, not eggshell, etc.
I forget the name of the person who first argued this--I read about it in one of Stephen Jay Gould's books. The idea is that camouflage in the wilderness involves white or light colors on the lower parts, but darker colors above. This fits in with trees and bushes with open space around their trunks and dense leaves higher up.