I’ve found that a really thick pair of leggings work even on really cold days. I live in Seattle, tho, so “really cold” usually means 20’s F. Anyway, you don’t lose as much heat from your legs as you do from your feet, chest, and head, so as long as I bundle up in those areas, I’m usually good to go! My favorite leggings in winter are these ones I got from Nordstrom. They’re by Zella and they’re made for yoga and jogging, so they’re extra thick.posted almost 3 years ago
What else would you wear? I always wear tights because I hate leggings but I imagine leggings would be even warmer.posted almost 3 years ago
It never snows where I live—in fact, it barely rains—so I never feel cold when I wear tights.
I think footwear would also be pretty important; when it does rain, I like to wear leggings underneath knee-length boots (and knee-length socks). I think that would probably be warm enough for snow. I’ve seen fleece-lined leggings and tights in stores, so you could try those too.posted almost 3 years ago
Keep in mind that in winter, you are probably not going to be spending a whole lot of time outdoors except going from or to your car. Fashions tend to be more about looks than functionality in some cases.
So say you want to wear leggins during the cold with a skirt or shorts, that is fine but if you put on a lot of layers just cause it is cold out, what is the point since most of the time you will be indoors where it is probably not cold?
Then again if you ARE going to be outdoors a lot of hours in the cold, then dress accordingly.posted almost 3 years ago