Support TFG by using the links in our articles to shop. We receive a small commission (at no extra cost to you) so we can continue to create helpful free content. Thank you, we appreciate it!
Travel Fashion Talk: How to Stay Warm This Winter!
Watch the video on Facebook:
Watch the video on YouTube:
On this week’s Travel Fashion Talk on Facebook Live, I discuss how to stay warm during the upcoming Arctic blast (ye ole winter) with some winter travel gear that keeps me toasty and dry. Watch the video to hear some of the precautions, tips, and products I use to make my travels more enjoyable and stress-free.
Products Mentioned in This Week’s Travel Fashion Talk
UGG Wilde Waterproof Winter Boot
The UGG Wilde is a reliable winter staple because not only is it waterproof with a solid rubber sole, it’s also stylish looking. I’m able to tackle snow, rain, slush, and sleet safely while looking great. Check out the best womens waterproof leather boots if you want to explore more options!
Wise Blend Wool Socks
I never, ever forget socks! The best ones for my tootsies are a wool blend. I’m a fan of Wise Blend because they’re cushioned while keeping me warm and dry in my boots. If good socks are hard to find for you, see what readers voted as the warmest socks for winter travel!
Minus33 Merino Wool Ossipee Midweight Crew | Sizes XS-3XL
Minus33 Merino Wool Thermal Shirt
Whenever I travel in the winter or am heading to a winter destination, thermals save my bacon every time! The Minus33 shirt is made from 100% merino wool and is so lightweight and packable for this season that my luggage never gets overrun with bulky items. Get more ideas with this winter packing list!
Minus33 Merino Wool Franconia Midweight Bottom | Sizes XS-3XL
Minus33 Merino Wool Thermal Bottoms
It’s important to not only have a thermal top but also a bottom to put under jeans or looser pants, like joggers. I carry these Minus33 bottoms with the top featured above as a set and use them either separately or together, dependant on what I’m wearing or the weather conditions. Learn the brands our readers recommend as the best thermal underwear and hit the “Arctic” with confidence!
Eddie Bauer Charly Jacket | Sizes XS-2XL
Eddie Bauer Charly Jacket
I’ve always wanted a chic, but full-on winter jacket and the Eddie Bauer Charly seriously fulfills my dream! It literally repels the impact of a storm (the wet and cold) and the adjustable cinched waist doesn’t make me look bulky, no matter what I have on underneath. Check out our top picks for the best waterproof jackets for travel!
J. Crew Tippi Merino Wool Sweater |Sizes XXXS-3XL Plus and Petite XXS-L
J. Crew Tippi Sweater
You’d think I have an affiliation with this company but I honestly don’t—I just LOVE this sweater! Made from 100% merino wool, it’s extremely lightweight and regulates body temperature so I stay warm but also never overheat because it wicks away moisture. I also love that it’s offered in inclusive sizing (XXXS-3XL Plus)! Read our complete review and watch the video on the J. Crew Tippi sweater!
Resources Mentioned on this Week’s Travel Fashion Talk:
What are some of your favorite winter clothing essentials for travel? Share and comment below!
For more winter clothing or packing ideas, please read:
- The Best Merino Wool Sweaters According to Our Readers
- How to Pack a Bulky Winter Jacket in a Suitcase
- The Best Flat Boots for Travel: Our Fall/ Winter Must-Haves!
- Best Down Jacket: Avoid Overpacking in Winter