How I Keep my Chic, Despite the Cold8:01 PM
|These are the 'long johns' pajamas hubby bought me!|
First, invest in some good outerwear that makes you feel happy. I have a long wool coat for over dresses, and some short ones for over skirts and pants.
Gloves, scarves, and HATS. Don't tell me you can't wear a hat. Go to the shops, try them on and you will find one that will go well with your face and hair texture. Remember, most of your warmth is lost from your extremities.
|Like my hat? It's from NineWest!|
|Knitting, not just a hobby, but a lifestyle.|
Now, if you still feel cold, invest in thermals. I'm not talking about those u-g-l-y waffle knit tops. There really are great, thin items to wear under your clothes. Years of research yields the fruits for you in this post.
I almost always start with a camisole beneath my clothes. In addition to warmth, they also smooth out bra lines.
I wear regular ones from Soma and thermal ones from Land's End.
Depending on the weather, I wear 'long underwear' underneath my trousers or long skirts. Mine are from Land's End and Wintersilks.
Under skirts, I wear 'sweater knit' tights or fleeced tights. My favorite brand is HUE.
On a day with many activities or a dramatic temperature change, I've worn Lularoe leggings beneath the skirt and then taken off the skirt for less formal activities.
|Lularoe leggings under J Peterman skirt|
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