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post #16 of 20
In a -10 cold, nobody's going to stop to look at how you dress, and when you're indoors, you'd have peeled off your coats.

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post #17 of 20
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Originally Posted by MikeDT View Post

Now -10C is not cold to me. however -40C is cold. Come and spend a winter in Inner Mongolia. smile.gif I wear a big thick down filled Tempco parka when the temp really drops, and a DB tweed Heilan overcoat for -10C.

-10, -40, Inner Mongolia...whatever. I know women that are colder.
post #18 of 20
What about up to $500 options for a standard winter coat that you would wear to the office over a suit? I have a camel and more casual mid-grey and am now looking for a black or very dark charcoal in a slimmer cut that hits mid-thigh.

I live in the midwest and store-wise only have Macy's, Dillard's, and Von Maur. Those places have plenty of very boxy Calvin Klein and other boxy store brands. I have looked at Banana Republic and J Crew and didn't find what I wanted Any websites or brands you suggest (Yoox? Club Monaco?) that have slimmer options would be appreciated.
post #19 of 20
I'm here for the cold contest.
post #20 of 20
Actually, temperature is not the only thing that matters for whether one thinks it's cold or not. Used to live in a place that never saw temperatures drop more than a few degrees below 0C, but it was always wet (rain, sleet) and windy and I have never been freezing as much as I did those years. I now live in a place that regularly see --15C for weeks and that inevitably get at least a few days each winter with temps of -30C or lower. But the climate is much dryer and usually much less windy, and I never really become cold. So temperature is only one part of the equation....
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