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Okay, so this question is referring to where you live, you do not have to say where you live, but when it gets colder, do you layer up or do you just get thicker versions of the clothing you typically wear? So, what I mean by layering up is exactly what it is, whether it's adding three or four or more layers, or you get thicker versions of the one to two things you wear when things are warmer. I live in an area where it does get cold, but it doesn't get cold to the point where it snows. So, for me, thicker layers are it, and I am fine with that. Like, I'll just get a corduroy jacket and a long sleeve and I'll be fine, but I know people out there who wear multiple layers, and if you happen to be one of those people, I'm curious to hear how many layers you put on. So, yeah, would love to know.
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Well, I live in Colorado, so when it snows, it does get cold here, so I do put on sometimes two, some, maybe three layers, it depends how cold it is out there, but one pair of gloves is fine, and I'll put like a sweatshirt, I'll put a shirt, a sweater, and a big heavy coat on, and I'll put long johns if I have them, or what, sweats.
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To be honest, I do a bit of both, so I will buy some thicker clothing. And then I'll also layer up, because like, if I have a dress that I want to wear, I'll put something else under it, or some thick tights, or maybe put some leggings on if I need to, if it's cold, you know? I wanna wear what I wanna wear still, even though it's cold.
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