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Fashion tips for staying warm indoors through fall and winter

Fashion tips for staying warm indoors through fall and winter


There are a lot of ways to stay warm in your home throughout chilly fall nights and winter days, but a lot of them are expensive. Why not turn down the thermostat, save some money and slip into something more comfortable?

But before you get fashionably warm, find a few other ways to conserve heat and save money. For instance, if you only need to heat one room in your home, why run your furnace warming the whole house? Invest in ceramic space heaters instead and stay toasty with the thermostat turned down low.

Something as simple as investing in a reliable programmable thermostat can help homeowners save 10 percent in heating costs a year, according to the U.S Department of Energy. That’s more than enough savings to warrant treating yourself to a cozy new sweater.

Alongside that new sweater, try these warm fashion tips that’ll help you save money while looking good.

Thick socks
A classic tip for warming up a home is to layer hardwood or tile floors with rugs. This is great advice, but double up on your foot warmth by investing in plenty of pairs of thick cotton or wool socks.

Rather than those big, bulky scarves that you put on when you’re venturing out into the freezing cold, invest in some lighter scarves you can comfortably wear around the home to help yourself retain a little warmth.

Wool sweaters
Really, wool everything is going to keep you very warm and cozy – it’s a great insulator. And nothing is more effective than a wool sweater. The fashion-conscious can choose from a variety of textures and designs. Cashmere, for instance, is a cozy, lighter wool option. Or perhaps you prefer the Irish fisherman cable-knit look. Either one is a great complement to portable heaters as an energy-efficient answer to winter heating.

Winter vests
Like to be warm and comfy in your clothes but don’t want to sacrifice mobility? Throw on a winter vest. You’ll have full range with your arms while keeping your core warm despite the dip in temperature. Vests are great for the kitchen where you’re always twisting and turning – plus a little baking or cooking is a great way to warm the home.

When the temperature drops, slippers are a real comfort luxury. Combined with rugs, thick wool socks and a hot cup of tea or cocoa, it’s the perfect way to kick back after a long day in the office.

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