Uzbek Traditional Hat
Wear the thickest scarf you can find in stores and bury you neck and chin in it. Not only will it keep you warm, but if you ever need to hide from someone in public, it will provide you the perfect shield. Although hats can be worn flexibly throughout the year, there are some hats that can only be worn when it is very cold. Have you not seen Kazakh and Uzbek traditional hats? That’s what I’m talking about. Next gloves can be worn flexibly, but now you won’t be needing an excuse. Also, earmuffs are fashionable and are possibly the only thing that will keep your red ears warm.
You might be that type of person surrounded by people who utterly dislike UGGs, but when the cold is upon you and your feet are tucked into the fur of those boots, you’ll be the one laughing at their frozen bodies.
Whether you’re staying in at home for a lazy day or are going out for a hot meal, thick socks will keep your toes from turning numb from the cold.
Black Clothing and Nailpolish
It is known that winter is the time you wear darker colours and put aside the whites (white is what you wear primarily in the summer because it doesn’t attract the heat, as we all should know). Similarly, bring on the black, purple, and dark blue nailpolishes.
Sledding and Winter Sports
Go skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating, and of course do not forget to take our your sled.
There are some places in the world that look absolutely speechless in the winter. Bring your camera and organise a photo shoot, or make a short film. Not every country in the world experiences the same cold season.
You can finally turn on your fireplace and linger around it with a dozen of blankets, a bowl of popcorn, and a TV displaying the entire of Home Alone. There is nothing more cozy and well, truthfully, in the area of Christmas than this.
Layers of Clothing
If people accuse you of gaining some weight reasonably quickly, tell them about the numerous layers you have under your top clothes. That will settle things. Now all you need to do is make sure it is actually the truth.
Tea and Hot Chocolate
Though it is true that not everyone avoids tea during high temperatures, hot chocolate is definitely only for the cold. Don’t forget to add some whipped cream at the top.
Reading and Getting Work Done
The cold most probably will put you off going out from time to time, which means that it is perfect time to get your work done. If you are feeling way too lazy for that, even just staying in bed and reading a book will do.
From now on, you do not need to go to school/work looking down and being asked what is wrong. No longer will you need to tell them that you are just tired or hungry or in bad waters. From now on, you will be left alone, because everyone will be blaming the cold. The best part is that you probably won’t even need to admit to it anymore—it’s that obvious.
Article by Bianca Lazar