Dude I don't know what is going on. I grew up in New Hampshire. I've spent almost 25 of my 33 years in New England but I am so cold! I don't mind the cold but that doesn't mean I am not cold. It is like I forget how to dress for the winter every year. My style is continually evolving and some things I used to have or did I can't do anymore.
How I used to wear two pairs of tights I don't know. I can't even tolerate one pair. They just HURT.
So I am looking for ideas.
Things I don't like. Sweaters that pull over my head. Urg. Total vanity thing. I have convinced myself they aren't flattering. I pair that with any crew neck shirt in the unflattering category.
Bulky sweaters. Again with the unflattering. Double tights. Wool. I somehow developed a lovely wool allergy last year. Which rendered no joke half my winter wardrobe unwearable. I used to wear a lot of dresses with turtlenecks but with the tights being an issue I am not doing that as much anymore.
So any personal suggestions that align with what my style (or you think my style is) would be welcome. I mean I know the obvious oh wear more layers and stuff but I am not sure what those layers should be! I am looking more for ideas that you think would help me in personally as opposed to oh you are cold wear winter clothes. I know that. Hell even ideas of clothes combos you've seen me wear for warmth.
Today for example I have on jeans, knee high socks, insulated knee boots, a tank, long sleeve shirt, blazer and scarf. I am still FREEZING at work and it's only like 50 degrees out which is not that cold honestly.