You might not be wearing a bra in 2019, but you’re already in for some great weather for barefoot walking.
The United States National Institutes of Health (NIH) has issued a warning about the effects of wearing a tight-fitting, bare-breasted outfit in a cold weather climate.
According to the NIH, wearing a high-waisted, sleeveless dress is the most protective way to protect your feet from frostbite.
“The National Institute of Standards and Technology recommends wearing a sleeveled, high-collared, high top, or skirt-style dress to avoid frostbite,” according to the website.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) also recommends wearing the appropriate footwear and covering up when it’s cold.
The best way to wear the right pair of shoes is to choose a pair that you will wear regularly.
Avoid tight-gauge shoes that may make it difficult to slip off the shoes.
You should also wear gloves and a hat if wearing a coat.
A pair of socks with a hood may also be useful.
Wear your hat with a hat, or a scarf.
Be prepared to move your body as you walk, and don’t overdo it on your feet.
You might be a little chilly.
In the winter months, wearing light-colored clothing, such as light-colored socks, wool pants, or shorts, may be necessary.
However, in the summer months, consider wearing a light-weight jacket.
These lightweight, low-cut pieces can help keep you cool while you walk.
Make sure you have enough to last you for a while.
A warm coat, hat, and gloves will keep you warm.
And a sweater or lightweight, breathable sweater can help you stay warm in a chilly environment.
If you have any questions about wearing a loose-fitting dress, talk to your doctor.