I was thinking of getting some long underwear but I read that wool tights provide the same protection with less bulk. I've never worn either of these before, always just tried to fit another thinner pair of pants under other pants, it helps but not enough! I've seen mention of insulated tights, 'polypropylene' material, or even cycling tights. Any suggestions? I really hate numb thighs lol.
Actually what about for under a coat too? Something less bulky than my down filled vest?
btw this is to keep warm in general, if I'm just outside, walking somewhere or waiting for the bus - I don't do winter activities.
They do sell very thin thermo long underwear. It can get expensive, but well worth it-- I've worn mine every day this week. The bottoms are more solid than tights but not much thicker.
Also helpful-- tall boots (not the thin leather kind.. those are freezing!) and a long coat. And keep the other parts of your body warm, too. Always wear a hat and gloves!
I like my nylon windbreaker material for keeping warmth in and cold out, but have some skiing thermo underwear, tops and bottoms also.
Most of our body heat escapes through our head, so you'll feel warmer if you wear a hat.
Gotta say, I'm a big fan of the long underwear. So cozy, so nice!
Tis perfect for me! Give& nbsp;it a go!
You can get them anywhere target, kohls, or more upscale stores but they're all basically the same thing. Just leggings. They aren't expensive or hard to find. =-P I <3 leggings Be sure that you get them a tad smaller than you may normally. Try them on because want them to be a lil snug so they look good beneath your jeans. Not tight... just snug. They're made of cotten and spandex very comfortable. They come and different colors and such too. Just get a nutural black pair though for starters. You can count on the fact I'm wearing my leggings, if I'm wearing jeans in the winter. They make a huge difference. Seriously though they don't have to be made out of itchy wool.
Edit: oh and as a lil sidenote, if you wear leggings underarmor, and long sleeve shirt underarmor it looks like your wearing tights and its pretty funny lookin in the mirror. ;D fun times...
I personally found this to be great, b/c it kept me warm while outside, but when I went inside I could take my coat off and be fine....it was also easier to go to the bathroom :p, didn't have to struggle with tights and leggings..lol :)
Rd that's exactly what I do. Only on occasion to I wear full tights.
For feet I look for socks that have cashmere in them. Even a little cashmere goes a long way (100% cashmere is too expensive for socks!). Not bulky, but very warm!
For upper body, I like to wear cashmere sweaters. You can put something underneath them for an extra layer if necessary. But cashmere keeps you warm without a lot of bulk. Look for the heaviest cashmere you can find (none of the flimsy stuff), something that is body skimming, and stock up in white, black, and a color that flatters. They'll go with everything and will be well worth the price you spend. (a lot!) because you will be able to wear them for years and years.
I also keep warm in Jcrew cable knit wool turtle-necks - they come in a variety of colors.
recently a friend recommended this type of dual-layer fashion thermal legging that has a wool blending base layer and a sheer nylon top layer. the appearance looks the same as regular stockings but there's in fact thermal pants under! it's quite cool. i got mine and it worked pretty well. the brand is called Cusii and their website is www.cusii.com
Zombie leg warmers, get with the trend people!
We've lost all circulation so yes we are cold. Leg warmers keep us warm and also keep our skin from falling off so we really need them.
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