I am curious whether you are more likely to dress "weather appropriate" when you are in a relationship or when you are not? (Such as hairstyle ruining winter headgear that keeps you warm, but looking goofy once it's off. )
It seems like one would be more likely to dress comfortably when she isn't looking, but is that the way it is?
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There are tons of attractive weather-appropriate clothes that a woman could wear. If she's not bothering, it's because she doesn't think wearing attractive clothing will help her. That's all you can really tell.
I know it sounds ridiculously simple, but there are so many reasons she could be in sweats and an ugly hat--maybe she's on her period and doesn't want anything but to be comfy, maybe she's about to go out for a run, maybe she's depressed about her body. And maybe she's thinking that she has a man now, she doesn't need to bother about looking attractive. Which is kind of annoying. It's like telling a guy he's going to get one thing and giving him another.
But don't count on that to be the reason--women mostly dress to look good to themselves, no matter what they think.1