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moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 2nd 2010, 01:24 AM

So I live in Southern California and cold winters to us are about fifty degrees. I'm moving to Boston for school in the fall, and I desperately need to know what to wear.

If you guys could post ideas/websites/pictures/advice, that would be much appreciated
   
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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 2nd 2010, 01:28 AM

I am in Ohio, so I pretty much wear comfy sweats and jeans all winter. Get a nice jacket and a few hoodies.


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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 2nd 2010, 04:55 AM

Jackets, hoodies, long sleeve tees, layers, jeans.
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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 2nd 2010, 08:20 AM

Definitely get things you can layer. Not only are they warmer, you can easily remove them if you're too warm. Get a big bunnyhug as they are very warm, although you may also want to have some thinner ones. You'll also need a winter jacket(ski jackets are usually warmest) and boots. For colder days, you'll need a toque, mittens(warmer than gloves) and possibly a scarf. You'd be surprised how much little things like a scarf or neck warmer make a difference. Jeans usually aren't very wind resistant so you may want to wear ski pants over top of them if you need to.


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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 4th 2010, 05:33 AM

Make sure you have a jacket and a pair of gloves. A few pairs of boots, hoodies, long sleeve cardigans, sweaters and warm pajama pants. In the winter I usually wear a tank top or cami, a tshirt & a cardigan or hoodie over it and then when I go outside I put a jacket on top of that. The worst part is walking around campus when it's cold out.. most colleges have huge parking lots and walking in when it's cold totally sucks.. so make sure you wear a coat, gloves & scarf to class. Good luck & have fun :]
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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 4th 2010, 05:37 AM

Heyyy, I live right by Boston- What college you going to? I am gonna go to Boston College

Basically, from September to April, you will wear jeans and a T shirt.
In the winter, you need a sweatshirt, plus a Northface, plus scarf and hat to stay remotely warm.
It rains in the spring.
You need rainboots.

Everyone layers here. Like I can wear 5+ layers on top at any given point.

Spandex under sweatpants happens too..

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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 7th 2010, 01:49 AM

I live in Colorado so it gets cold during winter.
I suggest you buy Coats, Hats, Snow boots, mittens, sweaters and long sleeved shirts and lots of Jeans!



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Re: moving to the snow... clothing help! - July 7th 2010, 01:58 AM

I live in Wisconsin; I believe it gets colder here, but ehh. I like winter clothes.

Here are what I'd consider my essentials:
--Pea coat. Just, yeah. Fashionable. Warm. Nice.
--Boots. WATERPROOF. No Uggs; they will soak your feet. I have a cute pair of navy blue rubber boots lined with fur and I adore them. Nothing sucks more than having to walk through a snowdrift wearing Converse. Trust me.
-Scarves! Love 'em. Comfy. Warm. In a pinch, you can pull them over your face if it's really bad.
-Gloves. Hands get cold easily.
-Knit hat. Ears get cold, too. Trust me, if you're at all into fashion, you'll get addicted to scarves/gloves/hats pretty quickly. They're NICE. I like knit berets, too.
-Lighter jacket for fall.



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