I don't care about looks, just want to be warm head to toe. I've decided to wear exactly whatever layers you suggest. It's going to be a high of 35F (3C) tomorrow.
PS. I'm in college so I just walk to school sit in lectures and walk home.
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Here's what I wear to work every night during winter (I work the night shift outside in southern Idaho): athletic socks underneath thick wool socks in my winter combat boots, fleece leggings underneath lose long-johns underneath heavy cargo pants with hot-hands warmer packs in the pockets underneath outer pants made of the same crap as snow-boarding pants, a long sleeve shirt underneath my uniform under-shirt underneath a jacket liner underneath another long sleeve under-shirt underneath my uniform top underneath a thick fleece jacket underneath the military-equivalent of a snowboarding jacket, thick winter gloves, a fleece neck-sock, face mask, and fleece winter cap.
And that's the warmest outfit I can imagine.1