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u/deliriousmintii · 7 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Fleece lined tights would be a great smaller gift to give your friend. They are black and opaque, which I think would be quite suitable for professional attire aaannndd they have the warm fuzzies of a sweatshirt hugging your legs. Be sure to check the size charts of any of these products so you get her the right size.

I feel like clothes wise, she should be fine with anything she brought from California. Skirt and a suit jacket? Well, put on those fleece tights. Thermal underwear under clothes can also keep you very warm. Scarves can help with drafty environments both indoors and outdoors. A long pashmina can pretty much be used as a blanket without looking crazy.

Once it starts snowing she may want to get snow boots, so she can switch up what she's wearing on the streets vs. indoors. I love anything by Sorel, these boots are warm, waterproof, and cute!

Accessorizing and layering is the biggest part of staying warm in the winter. You could also go the mom route and get her a nice hat and gloves set so you know she's not freezing her fingers off! Hopefully I provided you with some helpful options. You're a very kind friend to do this for your friend's birthday!

u/cardiganqueen · 14 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Where in New England? There could be a huge difference in amounts of snow you will experience. I grew up in Central New York where the average yearly snowfall is easily over 100 inches.

Coats: I would highly recommend two coats, one long for those terrible blizzard like days so that the majority of your legs are covered, something like this. Then a second nicer coat for typical days or events, something like this.

Hats: If your coat has a hood, you can get by without a hat. If you do wish for a hat, get some like this that you can pull down on your head. Alternatively, if you wear your hair up a lot get this.

Scarves: Scarves are great, get several in various colors and thickness. Make sure they are wide as well as long so you can pull them up over your chin on those windier days. Otherwise, they are a great way to dress up your coat while keeping you warm.

Gloves: If you drive you want a pair of gloves in the car just to use to pump gas so you don't have to touch the cold pump while keeping gas from getting on your nice gloves.

Boots: This really varies with area, some people are content in their Uggs. However, places with more snow that you may have to walk through several inches daily I would recommend something with a rubber bottom and sturdier body than Uggs such as these.

Clothes: Don't focus on just long sleeve shirts, these can sometimes be too thin for a winter day. Consider some stand alone sweaters or a few cardigans to wear over short sleeves or those thinner long sleeve shirts. Plus, cardigans are great for layering as some buildings really crank up the heat and others do not (and I just love cardigans obviously).

Sorry this is super long. Hope it helps! I was not very selective in my examples, there are definitely better looking/more fashionable options out there for each item.

u/HelgaG_Pataki · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I run outside by myself and I’ve found I like having a pepper spray on my wrist like [this](SABRE RED Pepper Gel Spray - Police Strength - Runner with Adjustable Hand Strap (Max Protection - 35 bursts, up to 5x’s More) I wear it on my left wrist to easily access it with my right hand. I like that it’s on display, I feel that it gives the perception that I am going to fight back. If I get into a situation that I feel uneasy about, simply switch the entire unit to your dominate hand to be on alert. The strap makes it harder to drop, which is really useful as a fairly clumsy person.

I also just want to say my heart really goes out to you. That’s a terrifying experience and I really wish you to best. We can be as prepared as possible and sometimes the universe just works against us.

u/ohhbacon · 0 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

baggallini has some really fantastic purses similar to that design, but way cheaper. They are also made really well and super practical in terms of pocket sizes/shapes. I've gotten 3 of their bags so far from amazon and love them to pieces. I use this one daily, and I think it's somewhat similar:

u/WhatAFox · 2 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

ExOfficio and Duluth Trading Company make some great long-sleeved items that are good and some are specific to repelling bugs and mosquitos. Also, I second dousing your clothes in permethrin. I got this and it works great.

u/NoirIdea · 3 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Looks like Amazon has reviews for this and other similar ones here

If this is your first exposure to epilating, it will be painful! 4/5 girls who had been in awe of my epilator and bought one of their own returned theirs immediately because it was too painful for them. That said, if you can handle it, they are awesome cost-effective alternatives to waxing! I currently own a Braun one and a Remington one and both are effective- the Braun is more painful, but I think it removes more/finer hair. The Epilady has good reviews, I'm sure it does the job just fine!

u/bodybyxbox · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Thrift store cashmere. You can almost always find real cashmere sweaters at the thrift shop. They end up there because 1) they are pilling or 2) they are sporting a few moth holes. Buy a cheap electric depiller from amazon. Then learn to thread a needle; holes in wool are super easy to hand sew.

u/beccaannabell · 4 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I ordered this from cupshe on Amazon. Read the sizing because you do need to size up. But the quality is decent and it's super cute. I ordered 3 different styles total.

u/imsnurgalicious · 2 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Hmm. I’d never heard of these but now I’m bummed they don’t work. I did just order these inserts on amazon and am using them for the first time today. So far I think I like them! But time will tell.

u/dimmiedisaster · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I've found several on Amazon, you just got to dig for them.

This one in particular is on my wish list. Its got a ton of user uploaded photos.

Auliné Collection Women's Casual Work Solid Color Knit Blazer Black Large

u/Rave-light · 2 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I like Cupshe -- I ordered this suit.

If you're busty though -- Cupshe will do you no favours.

Try Zeraca if you're busty or want more options.

u/jesslane94 · 1 pointr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I also suggest spraying your boots with a waterproofer/fabric protectant spray! I use Camp Dry by Kiwi on all my outdoor shoes. I'm about to try it on my book bags and coats sometime! But I think it really helps your shoes last and keep from water damage. :] Just a tip! Btw, I have Deena&Ozzy combat boots and so far so good!

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u/ms_watermelon · 6 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

I have a couple of these that I pop into any pair of flats to make them more supportive. They have a hard plastic arch and cushions on the heel and ball of the foot, and they are just the back of an insert so it won't cram your toes and fits all your shoes.

The ones I personally have are blue, but I think these are the same. I will revise if I find the ones I own online.

u/nothere1126 · 3 pointsr/FrugalFemaleFashion

Found this more fall version. Unfortunately they only have white and green stripes or white and brown strips.