How to battle the cold autumn nights
A great way to stay warm during the winter and some fall nights is by wearing thick jackets and turtleneck sweaters. They keep your body warm and toasty and you don’t have to worry about going cold because they’ll keep your body well insulated. I love to camp out in the backyard or patio with friends, while having a warm cup of coffee or even a margarita.
But the chill during the night can sometimes be a spoiler and push you indoors. So it makes sense to dress up warmly in the first place. A comfy and cozy North Face pullover are one of my favorite picks here. Check out this North Face women’s Fave-Our-Ite pullover hoodie is perfect for wearing to and from races or the gym and during recovery. The contrast hood liner adds to the style factor.
The 100% polyester jersey face fleece comes with anti-pilling body to avoid a bulky look. It also features a locker loop, screen-printed logo and Kangaroo pocket with interior media pocket. You can wear this jersey all night, without feeling cold or changing out of it because it is too warm.
When you want something more stylish and formal, spandex turtlenecks are a sensible option. This Diane von Furstenberg knit sweater features a button-up turtleneck with long sleeves and slim fit. The spandex and cotton blend is easy to wear and provides a great fit. What I love about the sweater is that you don’t have to worry about it getting bigger or stretched due to frequent washing.
Another option that you can check out are long sweater coats or tunics. These go well over leggings and keep you warm from neck to thighs or even the knees, depending on the length you choose. They are great for lounging around and battling the autumn chill too.