Brrrrrrr…if you’re on the East Coast right now you’ve probably just experienced several inches of snow and below freezing temperatures. Don’t let that snow day get in the way of your daily routine! Although most of us will probably be sticking indoors if we can help it, those of you who need to go outdoors just need to dress correctly. Pile on the layers! Make sure to wear long underwear like Uniqlo Heattech of Under Armour, then put on a thick shirt and pants — flannel and corduroy will do. Don’t forget to put on warm wools socks, insulated boots and warm parka. Most important of all, have all your accessories ready to go! A warm hat, gloves and scarf can mean all the difference between staying warm and freezing. If all else fails, you can always go for one of those self-heating hand warmers.
Clockwise, L-R: Barneys New York Textured Knit Leather Palm Gloves, $69 at barneys.com; Polo Ralph Lauren Reversible Glen Avon Scarf, $33.74 at ralphlauren.com; Crown Cap Fur Trim Taslan Aviator Hat, $98 at bloomingdales.com; Eddie Bauer B-9 Down Parka, $279.99 eddiebauer.com; Patagonia Fjord Flannel Shirt, $89 at rei.com; Sorel Kitchener Frost Boot, $195 at sorel.com; Smart Wool Spinner Winner Socks, $20.95 at smartwool.com; Burberry Brit Straight Cut Corduroys, $124.30 at farfetch.com; Uniqlo Heattech Long Johns, $19.90 at uniqlo.com; Uniqlo Heattech Crew-Neck Long Sleeved T-Shirt, $14.90 at uniqlo.com.
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