How to Dress Plus Size in Winter

What should I wear in winter?What are the basic items to protect themselves from the cold? What is dress in layers? Which materials are best to conserve body heat?

The previous sequence collects just one of the many questions that immigrant formula is when confronted for the first time to the winter cold. That is why we will respond to them then.

In Canada and certain regions of the United States, where the dreaded winter is characterized by very low temperatures and prolonged snow falls, dress properly is essential to preserve and carry forward the routines of everyday life.

Of course, that you can leave in the winter! In addition, it is advisable to do so. You just need to take shelter from the cold wearing proper clothing. Thus, outdoor recreation will provide a special enjoyment: sports, walk around the city, shopping, or simply preparing to take fresh air.

The following tips will help to understand the dynamics of dress properly to defend themselves from the cold and enjoy winter:

How to Dress Plus Size in Winter

1 you use layers of clothing
The Council of gold out in warm and functional winter involves placing clothes in layers. With this technique the cold and humidity are controlled and body heat is retained.

In general, advised three layers, depending on the task ahead and the outside temperature. If few articles are, the body is cooled immediately. If too many items behave, you sweat so much that clothing becomes wet and even caught a cold.

This same procedure is applied to children, who usually do not know to deal with the feeling of cold and do not express spontaneously if they need to be more sheltered. It is, therefore responsibility of adults frequently watch children body heat and moisture from clothes, to adjust layers in the most convenient way.

He is advisable to distribute the layers in the following order:

First layer: it is adjusted to the body, mimicking a second skin, and consists of shirt with long sleeves and long pants. Its function, absorb moisture and keep skin dry and warm. Natural fibres (wool and merino) are ideal. Also the synthetics, such as polyester or some kind of high-tech plastic membranes. Cotton, is discouraged because it humidifies and cools the skin.

Second layer: retains body heat, insulating moisture wicking first and sending it to the outer layer. Garments are a bit more loose in the first layer, they must have quality of wind (“wind breakers” in English or “coup-vent”) in French and, in their elaboration, are much recommended synthetic fibers, among which stands out the “Polar Fleece” or “Polar Wool”.

Third layer: the outermost one, which covers, protects and serves as a barrier against the wind, rain and snow. It is necessary to make it waterproof. Based on HOTICLE, plus size dresses have to be baggy so they do not press the two inner layers. Therefore, we recommend one size larger than usual. Coats winter for this level are usually made with a mixture of synthetic and natural materials. For example, synthetic fur with down-filled jackets. In truth, it is made with synthetic fibers is lighter. To this is added that, for ecological reasons, many dismiss the use of animal skin, although there are some who prefer this material.