How to Dress for 10 Degree Winters

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10 degree winters demand a few specific things out of your wardrobe. Learn how to dress for 10 degree winters with help from the founder of an image consultancy agency in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style, and today I'm going to show you how to dress for ten degree weather. Baby it's cold outside so the most important thing you need to remember is layer, layer, layer. You want to start off with something next to your skin that's going to be the warmest thing that you can find. I love silk underwear and the reason I love it is that it is super warm but it's very thin so it actually adds this great layer, a barrier against the weather. So with this outfit I started out with a pair of silk long underwear on the top and the bottom. Next, I popped on this great color, cashmere zip up hoodie sweater. Next, the final layer, the out layer and what you're going to want to look for in an outer layer coat is down or wool. Those two things are going to be the warmest things that you can wear. It's going to help prevent against wind getting through, cold, wet, rain, whatever it is, it's going to keep you warm and dry. Don't forget to add accessories, scarves, hats, gloves, mittens are the warmest things you can put on your hands because your hands stay together and heat themselves. Not to forget about your toes because if your feet and head are cold, the rest of your body is going to be cold. So I picked up this great pair of Winter boots. They're waterproof, snowproof and they're all woolly inside so they're going to keep you nice and warm. Pop this with a pair of wool socks and you can't go wrong. Remember, when you're dressing for ten degree weather, you want to be able to layer your clothing so that you can take it off when you get to somewhere warm. So the more layers you have the more options you have once you get somewhere. Both of these sweaters and this jacket are hooded. That's another great way to ensure that you're going to stay warm. Pop your little stocking on, you can put your hood up, both hoods up, whatever you need because it's cold out there and you want to remember to layer, layer, layer. I'm Tina Gill with Worthwhile Style and thanks for watching.


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