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Style For Style: Tuck, It, In

Many of you are probably already savvy to this one, but just in case, I must spread the knowledge.

When in extreme weather, or if you're just weather-sensitive as I like to call it, a smart way to bundle up is to simply tuck, it, in. Meaning: Wear long undershirts and tank tops under your sweaters and be sure to tuck them into your pants or skirt. This way the wind chill can't blow up your torso. It's also beneficial to tuck your gloves into your jacket, or buy nice long snuggly gloves for more coverage. Lastly, though scarves are a cute accessory, they're firstly functional so tuck those into your coat rather than having them dangle on the outside. I promise you'll still look cute. All tucked and ready to play in the snow?

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smilexinxursleep smilexinxursleep 7 years
I love the pink plaid pants in the picture
xs xs 7 years
zatoism i had a good laugh from your rant. and i agree.
victoriamm1 victoriamm1 7 years
Zato, I was thinking the same thing when I read this little "gem". Nothing wrong with a little snark and I, for one, fully appreciated your reply. Keep it up.
nourhayaty nourhayaty 7 years
god i wish i can take my blanket and tuck it in when im going out
lizlee89 lizlee89 7 years
yeah zato, if you think this article is unnecessary, then don't read it. there is no reason to be rude!
KMattes KMattes 7 years
Sheesh, wake up on the wrong side of the bed today, zato?
zatoism zatoism 7 years
yeah, that's true. i moved up to NYC from Florida myself and suffered with figuring out how to deal with commuting in the dead of winter. But, in all honestly, it only took me 5 mins to figure this out. I mean, fresh from Florida, I went out in NYC in winter a shirt that was too thin one time, and thought, "gee, i'm cold" and put on another shirt! And that thinking kinda just followed through to other part of my wardrobe. I know my comment was snarky, but I couldn't resist! I was reading this thinking, "what's next in the series? how to wear flats when your feet hurt? Are you Hot? Wear shorts!" I'd like to think that grown women can think their way out of this situation without an article written explaining how.
nancita nancita 7 years
Seems obvious but I certainly had to have someone tell me this when I moved from Florida to Chicago! Layering doesn't come naturally to floridians.
zatoism zatoism 7 years
um, did we really need an article for this? undershirts, eh? amazing invention! i never thought of that! or is the lead the "tucking in" part? ohh, my bad! all this time i had been wearing my tank on the outside of my sweaters and couldn't figure out why it wasn't working. And tuck in when the wind blows! OMG! Where have you been all winter! Do you know that all winter the wind has been blowing up my shirts and I just stand there stupidly, begging God to make the wind stop. But now that you've revealed the "tuck in" mystery, my chaffing can finally end! Genius!
myystque myystque 7 years
I like those plaid pants in the picture.
balubyu balubyu 7 years
i like my scarves out and showing thank you very much :)
aimeeb aimeeb 7 years
Long gloves help a lot, easier to tuck in. :)
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