Orange Room Supporter
I doubt my home has proper insulation for cold, but yes we do have central heating, although we seldom turn it on. We prefer portable heaters. Staying warm inside is generally not a problem; I'm looking for help on staying warm (and fashionable) outside. Wearing multiple layers keeps me warm, but isn't really fashionable.Do you have heating in your house? If not, that's why you're cold.
In the winter, I can stay in my house in Canada with sleeveless shirts and flipflops, when it's minus 10C outside, while in Lebanon, I'd be freezing with two sweaters on, when it was over 0 degrees. It's just because some houses there don't have proper heating and insulation.
If your house doesn't have heating, you can try a portable heater. Just make sure to read about and follow safety guidelines.
Clothes wise, make sure you have warm socks on. And at least one of the two layers you have on should be a thick sweater. If that still doesn't cut it, wear a thermal base layer. You can find them in stores that sell sports / camping / hiking / skiing related equipment and clothing.
What material socks do you recommend (well clothing material in general)?