Winter Wear Jeans

Winter Jeans Wear

Winter Jeans Wear

Most of us love to wear our jeans even in the coldest winter months. You can not only wear your jeans all winter, but you can feel comfy and cozy indoors and out.

When I was a kid, we just bundled up with tons of thick bulky clothes to keep warm. Nowadays, I see more people chattering and freezing outside because they want to look fashionable all winter long. And lets face it, a pair of big jeans with bulky thermal long underwear underneath, isn't very fashionable. So they stick with looking good in their skinny jeans and freezing their buns off.

The one item I can't live without in the cold is SILK long underwear. They are thin enough to fit under the tightest jeans and warm enough for the coldest weather. There is nothing that feels better than a layer of silk next to your skin. I actually miss them when the weather warms up. Another great feature is that they are not TOO warm when you are indoors. Most thermal underwear are uncomfortably hot when you are inside, silk isn't. Of course, silk undershirts are also a great addition to your winter wardrobe.

There is another great option that can be worn with or without your silk long underwear depending on how cold of temperatures that you have to deal with, LINED jeans. The lining in these jeans is generally not too thick to look bulky and can be even more comfortable than your standard jeans.

So go ahead, wear your favorite jeans, stay warm and feel great!

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