with irregular proportions look at making your layers overlap morei dont quite fit adults normal sizes. and kids sizes are far to small for me. my body is kinda weird. you know in school where they would make a girl put her arms to her side to see if her skirt was longer then her finger tips ? well lets just say my torso is longer then average, my finger tips meet right at crotch level. if i had worn a skirt that short you would have seen EVERYTHING but technically i would still be in "dress code" length.. IF that makes sense. lol my mom who is the same height as me , sits a little shorter then me , since her height is proportionate. ... i have a wiener-dog body.. lol !!!
Monday after payday ill have to buy some gloves and better boots and wool socks if i can find them! tomorrow suppose to be 45 as a high, im so excited! i got rabbit poop to transfer to the compost pile. 30 and sunny i can handle .. 45 is great ! as long as the wind isnt too strong that is. anything colder then that, i struggle. my coat has snap buttons rather then a zipper , and its missing 2 important buttons at the top. so im always getting chilled even with a hoodie under it. or when im doing something and i put too much tension on the front and all my buttons undo .. BRRR..
you don't need fancy stuff to stay warm. only the bottom layer should be form fitting skinny jeans not that you wear them = no dead air space , you don't want a breeze up the leg either but that is easily remedied.
sweaters are often over looked a sweater that will create good air gap as long as it has a shell to keep the wind from blowing through can make a good layer
there was a reason thick wool sweaters were a common layer in several Scandinavian cultures the nice part is they stay flexible , some of the "winter " coats are stiff
that base layer also really helps , fleece pajamas actually work fairly well often pajama tops are longer also so that it covers the mid section better
a base layer of poly long underwear or fleece pajamas if your legs are what get cold the 2 pair of bottoms.
over your layer of long under ware or pajamas a sweater often womens sweaters will go down well below the waist if you find the right ones then an oversize hooded sweathshirt over that if needed a mens tall size
while rubber boots are not really good for extremes cold because they hold the perspirations in freeze thaw and barn yard tasks on the cheap a size up from what you wear with 2 pair of wool socks works well for chores. get them dry each night.
I like the fox river boot socks Wick Dry Outlander Heavyweight Mid-Calf Boot - 3 Pack these are what I wear most of the year.
Kamik's are a decently price durable insulated boot also
by the way under armor type garbage doesn't count as a sweatshirt it needs some fluff to it to make the dead air space , the paper thin sweatshirts made entirely of oil are not warm.
too many layers can make it hard to move your arms a vest as layer can keep your arms moving better