Cold feeling arms can ruin an outing. This seems to happen whenever dressing up. Fashion tends to put comfort on the back burner for people that are always cold. Trying to go sleeveless is a guarantee for cold upper arms. Even if the weather is warm, you need to be prepared for heavily air conditioned buildings.
Arm Yourself Against Cold Feeling Arms
Warming Jacket – When it comes to a winter coat, a jacket with warming dots is the best for people who are always cold. I am sure warming dots is not the technical name for them, but they are silver dots that bounce your own body heat back to you. My husband got me the Columbia winter coat for Christmas 2014 and it’s probably the best gift I have ever received.
Wrap – Since a reverse vest doesn’t exist yet, a wrap is a great option for cold arms. The Chilly Jilly is an excellent choice for a dressy night out. It fits into most tiny handbags so you can whip it on and off as needed.
Arm Warmers – Chilly forearms? There are covers for that. Not only are these arm warmers fashionable, but they warm up cold feeling arms quite well.
Pashmina – This is pretty much a fancy wrap. A pashmina is defined as a fine-quality material made from goat’s wool. The word is fun to say, and you can feel super classy.
Poncho – A poncho is nice since it stays in place with little effort. Swoop it over your head and go hands free. Tourist stops often sell plastic ponchos in case of rain. In this scenario be sure to check for arms. Actually, save yourself from the entire poncho struggle and just bring your own.
Don’t forget to check with your doctor to make sure your cold feeling arms aren’t a symptom of something other than being a cold person. Once you are good to go, just accept your fate and dress accordingly.
Do you have cold feeling arms all of the time?