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How To Choose Winter Clothes
We always look for the best winter clothes to have a warm winter. The fear of getting stuck is great; generally, preparation is done well in advance. Everything to ensure that we are well protected when the day of the trip arrives, from the aero look to the clothes for each tour in the chosen destination. But do you know how to select the right pieces for each situation?
Winter clothes will make from different yarns (natural or synthetic) and fabrics which will produce from these yarns. So, we have winter clothes and accessories in knitting, fleece, leather, sweatshirt, polyester, mousse, and acrylic. Of course, you have to be super attentive to such a variety.
It is worth remembering that these clothes are helpful even in other seasons. For example, autumn is already quite cold, as we have already shown in other posts, and spring also has cold days – even with the occurrence of snow.
With that in mind, the Winter Workshop brings the different types of winter clothes and how to use them. See how to put together your wardrobe or suitcase in the best way for the coldest – and sweetest – the season of the year!
How The Weather Influences The Choice Of Clothes
As is common knowledge, winter has different characteristics depending on the city. In some, it is humid and rains a lot – hello, London! In others, the climate is drier with biting winds – Lisbon is a good example. Already in some places, snow is constant throughout the cold season. With this, the clothes chosen for each area cannot, in any way, be the same.
The climate crucially influences the choice of winter clothes. It would help if you opted for moisture-resistant or waterproof clothing for the most humid places (with rain and snow). On the other hand, when the wind is intense, I prefer windproof clothes.
In addition, it is necessary to take into account its thermal sensitivity. If you are more sensitive, heavier clothes will need to warm you up satisfactorily. Therefore, we usually provide the ideal temperatures for each part to be used; We believe this information makes all the difference! To help with this, it’s worth checking out AccuWeather’s RealFeel option, which gives you the actual windchill at a given temperature at the searched location. It’s quite a help.
Winter Clothes: Thermal Clothing
We recommend that the piece is used primarily in cases where the thermometer shows less than 8°C. However, if you are more sensitive to the cold, use can already be done when the cold is below 10°C. For the mild cold, thermal clothing is not essential, but you can opt for second-skin Autumn clothing, which is lighter.
In the Winter Workshop: Soft, Basics and Super Thermal, from children to adults, Plus Size are available.
Basics Is Our Thermal With The Best Cost-Benefit.
It has a flat fabric and is heavier, with a plush lining. It also effectively performs the function of keeping the body warm in winter. However, it is only suitable for use up to 0°C. If you are more sensitive to the cold or you will travel to a place with negative temperatures, we suggest that you choose the Super Thermal.
Super Thermal Is Our Best Option For Intense Cold And Snow.
This thermal has a series of advantages that will provide greater comfort during your trip. For example, it has slim modelling that guarantees mobility and flexibility of movement. Do you know you won’t feel that heaviness or discomfort in the crook of the knee from excess clothes? That’s because, in addition to slim modelling, with Super Thermal, you don’t need to wear more than three layers of clothes to stay warm. The piece’s technical fabric is another highlight. It has a plush lining and ribbed, ensuring sweat control and breathability. In addition, the fabric has silver nanoparticles, having antibacterial action. With this, you can use the thermal for seven days without washing. It’s an extra comfort on the trip! Finally, with Super Thermal, thermal insulation is guaranteed. It withstands down to -30°C.
Finally, the Thermal Soft has properties similar to the Thermal Basics.
The inner fabric is plush and is a flawless second skin for the moderate cold when the temperature is between 5°C and 12°C. It also has thermal insulation.
To learn more about our thermal clothing, visit our Instagram profile and check out the “Thermal” highlight. In it, the mammoth Júlia Evangelista, who is one of the Winter Workshop’s founders, answers questions our customers and followers sent about thermal plants and their importance. In addition, she explains the difference between the fabrics and the temperature indication and gives other valuable tips.
Winter Clothes: Sweaters
In mild cold weather, you can wear short-sleeved or long-sleeved blouses of lightweight fabric (cotton, low-density acrylic thread, mesh) with a coat on top. Another option is to choose knitted blouses (high-density acrylic yarn, polyamide) and not use the skin. However, if the temperature is above 15°C, a thinner blouse may be more comfortable because indoors, it’s easy to take off your coat and stay comfortable.
Always choose acrylic, wool, cashmere or plush sweatshirts in moderate cold. Acrylic, wool, or cashmere blouses are excellent in intense cold, especially with a turtleneck. Avoid those cold sweaters made with cotton
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Winter Clothes: Coats
For winter, the types of coats are the most diverse and suitable for the most varied temperatures, from mild to intense cold. Of course, the choice will depend on the temperature at the trip’s destination, so it is worth paying attention to the weather forecast there. For mild cold weather (above 12°C), you should opt for a light coat, cardigan or mid-season blazer. In moderate cold (between 5°C and 12°C), opt for coats made of polyester, Italian wool, double neoprene or leather with a plush lining. In the intense cold (below five °C), I prefer polyester coats with plush lining (such as the Loudoun models) and Italian or Uruguayan wool coats.
Winter Clothes: Pants And Leggings
When it comes to pants and leggings, we also categorize them according to the type of cold. For the mild cold, wear everyday pants – twill, leggings, sweatshirt – with something underneath, such as tights or knit pants if you want to wear just one layer. In moderate cold, choose leggings or straight-leg pants with elastane in the composition, combined with acrylic or polyester. The sweatshirt is also a good choice if you are less sensitive – men in particular.
Finally, in the intense cold, forget the jeans! Instead, opt for acrylic pants or leggings such as Legging Premium, velvet or polyamide such as Legging Nevasca – in addition to being comfortable, they are less porous yarns for the cold to pass through. For men: wear pants with thick fleece, wool, or sweatpants fabrics.
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Winter Clothes: Skirts, Vest Leggings And Dresses
In mild cold, opt for a long-sleeved or short-sleeved dress with a coat on top. In moderately cold weather, wear a pair of 260 thread-length tights over the thermal when wearing a skirt or dress. In intense cold, finally, wear acrylic socks over thermal pants, which look like wool socks. In all cases, don’t forget your tights and thermal pants.
Winter Clothes: Cold Weather Accessories
In the mild cold, you should choose lighter accessories: berets, hats, scarves, pashminas and autumn gloves. The moderate cold, in turn, already requires more excellent protection: wear hats, thermal bands (if you are more sensitive to the cold), scarves, pashminas and gloves (they can be thermal or leather). Finally, in intense cold, gather the most potent cold accessories: thermal socks, wool insoles, hat and ear protectors, scarf, thermal collar and gloves (for the most sensitive, it is interesting to combine the use of the thermal glove and the leather).
Winter Clothes: Boots
Here at the Winter Workshop, it is just as important as acquiring the right parts is knowing how to use them correctly. After all, it’s no use wearing inappropriate clothes for a specific temperature. It can have the opposite effect, not protect you from the cold or make you uncomfortable by getting too hot and ruining the whole trip! Ever wonder?
So it is! We not only imagine, but we have been through similar situations. That’s why offering the correct information is so important to us, and we produce so much specialized content on this blog and Instagram – be sure to check out the highlights; they’re full of tips!
We also put at your disposal a guide on our website on the subject, teaching you the correct use of layers. In addition, our team also produced the e-book “How to dress in the cold”. The material is a complete guide on how to stay warm on the coldest days of the year. It is entirely free, and you can download it here.
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