How to Dress When Traveling to Cold Climates

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Cold climates will require you to pack in a very specific way. Learn how to dress when traveling to cold climates with help from an experienced fashion professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Jae from, and I'm here with Rachelle to show you how to dress when you're traveling to a cold climate. Now the first step you need to do when traveling to a cold climate is to call ahead or surf the web to see if you can find a tourism department for whatever place you're visiting. Just so you know exactly what the tourism department recommends as far as dressing and what kind of weather you know you'll be facing when you're there. Now, another thing to look for is a utilitarian coat like this one that has plenty of pockets, especially if you're going international. You want plenty of pockets against the body to hold things like your wallet, your keys, your passport, all so they're on your body. You're probably not going to want to carry a huge backpack or purse when you're carrying a big jacket like this, so keeping everything right in the jacket is probably the best for convenience sake. You'll also want a pair of good boots that are comfortable, warm and easy to walk in. This is not the time to wear a high heeled boot. Look for something flat with plenty of cushioning so you have lots of support, so when you're walking around and being a tourist you'll have plenty of comfort. And also look for enough insulation for wherever you are. Again, it's going to depend on where you're traveling. If you're traveling somewhere with a milder winter, look for things that have lots of layers that you can peel off as it gets warm. If you know you are going to somewhere where it's really cold you might want to look into some specialty coats from sporting goods stores. And that's how to dress when traveling to a cold climate. I'm Jae from, and we'll see you next time.


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