In the winter, it can be difficult to feel comfortable performing errands or chores when it is cold. If you tend to have a few errands to run or a few things to do after coming home from work, you may be tempted to stay in your work clothes. It is a good idea to ditch your work clothes and find some casual clothes that allow you to get warm and get your errands done. Changing after work preserves your work clothing and it allows you the chance to shower and get comfortable. Here are three casual clothing items to add to your arsenal for winter errands.
Pants with fleece
In the winter, it is tempting to wear warm pajamas all of the time, even outside. If you want to have going-out clothing for the winter, look for pants and leggings that have fleece on the interior. The inside being lined with fleece will make sure that the pants are warm and cut down on any biting wind being able to go through the fabric. The best thing about fleece-lined pants is that they feel just as comfortable as pajamas. This makes them perfect to change into after your warm shower.
Comfortable footwear can be the difference between motivation to go out or wanting to stay inside. Get shearling footwear that is soft on the inside and loafer-like on the outside. Getting shearling footwear that can be worn outside can help to keep your feet warm, even without socks. Simply slip into the footwear then head out for your winter grocery run. Be sure that the bottoms of the shoes are appropriately sturdy so that you have a firm grip in any snow or icy conditions. A pair of shearling loafer shoes and a pair of shearling house shoes can be all the winter footwear that you need.
Nothing feels better in the winter than a heavy flannel shirt. Flannel button down shirts work for all genders and come in a variety of styles. Be sure that the shirt is actual flannel material before purchasing, as you want to get heavy flannel versus a lighter imitation material. Flannels should feel heavier against your skin and provide protection from the elements. You can wear a tank top or shirt underneath your flannel shirt for extra warmth. The shirt paired with a weather-resistant jacket will help you to look stylish and feel comfortable while heading outside on a winter night.Share
4 February 2017
Hi. My name is Candy Lewis. I’m a stay at home mom in my mid-thirties. Taking care of my children and our home can wear me down. Sometimes I’m exhausted to the point of not caring what I look like when I leave the house. However, when I do have the time to put an outfit together, I depend heavily on accessories to complete the look. I have learned that I can have an ordinary sweater on but when adding a necklace it turns into an extraordinary look. Jewelry, handbags, belts, shoes and hats can all finish off an outfit. I’m happy to share some of my accessorizing tips with you. Some are very simple. I feel ten years younger when I take a cute little over the shoulder handbag and sling it over my head and shoulder. I hope you find my tips to be of interest!