Winter is here and and without the proper clothes it can become difficult to enjoy the outdoors or even go to the grocery store. With the right clothes and layering them correctly you'll be able do all this and build a snowman after. You will have the carrot after-all.
|Example of a base-layer|
The base layer is the first thing you put on. This layer is to get moisture away from you. Fabrics such as merino wool, silk, or a synthetic blend will take the moisture away from your body to keep you dry. Avoid fabrics that will absorb moisture. Cotton is one of these fabrics to avoid as it will keep the moisture which cools fast in cold weather.
|Example of mid-layer|
Outer layer is what protects you from the elements. There is a huge variety in outer layers. Waterproof, wind breaker (don't vent as well), and softshell are all considerations for this layer. For winter you're likely to go with something that protect you from the wind and is water resistant. Different weather conditions will change what outer layer you choose. There are links below to help you make the right decision about outer layers for weather conditions.
|Example of outer-layer|
P.S. Layering if for your both torso and legs. Don't forget mittens and a hat!