I'm a recent transplant to a cold state, and it just dropped below freezing this week. Coming from warmer climes, I have no idea how to dress in the winter and look good. Where I'm from, you can just take the t-shirt and jeans you wear year round and add a jacket when it gets "cold."
I know layering is important, but I have absolutely no idea what kinds of layers to wear that look good, so I'd like some advice or some links to advice.
I don't like knit gear like sweaters, and I don't want to go with the "skater stoner" look of a hoodie. I also don't want to have to buy a whole extra wardrobe of expensive clothes, but I honestly have NO idea where to start on looking good in the cold when dressing casual. Advice?
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Layering isn't that difficult. Thermal gear keeps you warm, and if you wanted to stick with your t-shirt and jeans year round, you could. I know plenty of guys who wear an Under Armour top underneath their t-shirts, and it looks fine. And I personally love thermal pants/leggings in the winter.
Just a couple of suggestions. . .
Jockey is good for thermal tops and pants link
Under Armour is too, but they also have jackets and other winter gear, and you can get it at pretty much any sporting goods store link
By the way, a scarf, gloves, and hat go a long way in the cold, and it's not hard to look good in them.0