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How many layers of clothes do you wear in the cold weather?

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I am already wearing 4 layers though when it officially hits "winter" I will change one layer to thermal!
And wear a thicker second layer as well.

I feel the cold terribly and do not like winter -would far rather have the Perth dry heat -it is so difficult to get up in the mornings in the cold.
by Finy
When I was growing up and living in Victoria,I would need to keep very warm,and this would happily wear 3 or 4 layers depending on what those layers were!! I have lived in North Qld now for over 30 years and even in the deepest winter months I now only need 2 layers and those only till lunchtime!! I far prefer it here, to the cold in which I suffered so severely with arthritic issues for starters!
by Fran
If it's really cold maybe three. That hasn't really been an issue since we moved to a house with insulation, but maybe when camping during the winter I will still need to sometimes.
Usually only two or three layers - depending on how cold it is.
by AJ
Two or three - depending on how cold it is and whether I am going to sleep or working around the house.
by Vee
Very cold weather.

Thermal wear is for me the better option, layers are not easy to move around in, and that is one feeling I really hate.
Two if I'm outside, usually a t-shirt and a winter jacket. If it's really cold, like -40 degree Celsius, then I'll add a sweater, or replace the t-shirt with a sweater.
As many as I can put on! The UK is cold most of the time, so it's all about those layers!
Today I wore 4 layers into work as it was a very cold day here in Melbourne.
Three; Heattech, hoodie and coat
As many as is required for weather du jour!

'Keep your trunk warm' is advice given me by my GP in 1973, & I live by that excellent advice!
2 australia never really gets cold enough for more.(not including something to keep the rain out of course thats extra)
1 cotton sleeveless singlet, a thermal long sleeve top, my cotton (summer) dress, a cotton cardigan, a short polyester jacket, & a scarf. Warm enough for Sydney Au, but if I must got to Melbourne in the winter, it would have to be slacks. marino top, & a wool jumper, wool coat & a scarf. Because we stay with our daughter while visiting Melbourne, she hates me turning up in a dress in the cold, & my husband thinks it looks stupid anyway!! (I just find black is so boring!)
by Miro
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