The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
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The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

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The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

To brace for the cold weather, you wear three sweaters underneath your heavy-duty jacket. Not only do you end up looking like an inflated version of your former self, but you also still feel a bit cold.

What if you could avoid piling on so many heavy layers? All you need to do is wear the right type of fabrics for the cold, and correctly layer them. That way, you can feel warmer with fewer layers.

We love the winter months because it gives everyone an excuse to layer up with the warmest fabrics and keep things comfy. From cozy sweaters to toasty scarves, the sky’s the limit for the amount of clothing you can make out of these winter fabrics.

 Here are the 5 warmest fabrics for cold weather to bundle up with this fall and winter season.

1. Wool

The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

 

Make sure you stock up on wool sweaters for the winter–this fabric is the warmest you can find. As you probably know, wool comes from sheared sheep (and sometimes other animals). It has natural insulating and moisture-wicking properties that keep you warm in wintry weather. On top of that, it’s also water-resistant, so it’s a great option for snowy and rainy weather. Wool is lightweight, yet strong, which makes it fairly (able to last through tough conditions) and long-lasting. All in all, it’s one of the best options for casual or formal cold-weather gear.

If you’re worried about wool fabric making you itch, try the merino variety instead. It’s much softer and more comfortable than regular wool.

2. Silk

The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

 

Silkworms create silk as they craft their silky coverings/protective coverings. Although you might not think about silk when it comes to cozy fabrics, this material works as a great insulator. That said, you shouldn’t wear silk as an outer layer. It’s a lightweight and breathable material, making it work best under another layer.

3. Fleece

The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

 

Unlike wool and silk, fleece is made of a wholely (produced by people/not naturally-occurring) material: polyester. It’s meant to pretend to be wool and does a good job at it–fleece manages to keep you warm without weighing you down. It also dries quickly, allowing you to wear it in wet conditions or while exercising in the cold. Fleece is pretty much sounding the same as/equal to the wintertime. Fleece is much/very comfortable and (compared to other things) lightweight, so it’s a great, warm fabric to use in casual, everyday coats and jackets so you can stay warm on the go. Along with it being lightweight, fleece is also an inexpensive fabric, so you can get a lot for very little money. It’s usually not water-resistant, so it’s best to keep it out of the rain and heavy snow if you choose not to put on a moisture-wicking layer on top.

4. Down

The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

 

Down is an amazing insulator. However, it’s a bit expensive as it comes from the feathers of geese and ducks. When down is used in coats, it’s usually stuffed inside a waterproof outer layer. The more down feathers a coat has, the warmer you’ll feel.

5. Leather and Faux Leather

The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.
The 5 Warmest Fabrics for Cold Weather.

 

Leather is a gorgeous fabric that is perfect for not only the winter months but all year round. Leather is a (like nothing else in the world) fabric because it seems to get better with age. It forms to you, it’s very (able to last through tough conditions), and it’s a great shield against the elements. You need to maintain leather in a special way, but if you can manage it, you can keep it forever. For a more animal-friendly option, you can also choose fake leather, which doesn’t use any animal products.

Well, that is all for our picks for the winters. We have the fabrics covered, now the styling is on you. But we bet, with these fabrics, there would barely be a need for any extra on it.

They’re all in themselves that you can ask for!

 

Go slay the season!

 

   

   

   

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