What to Wear in 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 Weather

Since nature requires the seasons to keep constantly changing, it is important for you to know what type of clothes to wear for the different weather conditions. Whether it is freezing or extremely hot, you should always have your wardrobe ready to keep you warm or cool, relaxed, and comfortable at all times, Since we mentioned this, it’s time to ask the question: do you know what to wear in 30 degrees? How about when it’s 50? And 80?

If your answer is no!, then you’re lucky because we’re about to break it all down to you.

Dealing with Different Temperatures and Weather

If you’re one of the lucky ones, then you have probably experienced all different weather conditions, if not, then you should probably travel more and enjoy different seasons, the steaming hot weather, or the freezing cold one.

You might not be aware of how these weathers really feel like, especially if you’re about to go on a trip. You’ll either end up overpacking, or not packing enough.

Even if you try to feel like what it’s like inside your refrigerator, it isn’t quite the same as spending a whole day in 40-degree weather, believe me I’ve been there.

A general rule of thumb would be to always start checking temperatures when you want to choose your outfit.

First, you need a good thermometer to measure the temperature in your area. Either this, or you can look for a reliable source of information. If you want to go the extra level, then a good weather station for your home would help. In fact, you’ll get the most accurate weather information from it.

In case you are always on the go and don’t spend much time at home, then we advise you to get yourself a good weather wrist watch. We’re advising all these tools because generally, your smartphone apps won’t give you the most accurate weather information.

Mobile apps might be able to deliver basic forecast information, but they aren’t as specific as these devices, since they can give you minute-by-minute updates in the specific location you are in. This includes humidity and heat, index data as well.

Now that you have a clear idea of how to know the temperature, it is time for you to start preparing for it to fluctuate, especially depending on the season and time of day.

However, you need to take into account all the following features: temperature, windchill, humidity, and sunlight.

What to Wear in 30-Degree Weather

What to Wear in 30

 

When the temperature is this low, you’ll need a thick sweater along with a winter coat.

For your feet, it is best if you wear a pair of insulated boots. Of course, you can find this type of footwear in different styles, you’ll probably never run out of options. We would advise you to get a pair of ankle boots for maximal protection against extreme cold conditions.

 

What to Wear in 40-Degree Weather

 

 

 

Just because 40-degree weather is a little warmer than 30, it doesn’t mean you should get rid of the sweater, it should still be your best friend. You can grab a sweater that is slightly less heavy than the one you would wear during 30-degree weather.

A pair of long pants are a necessity, long jeans or leggings, or basically anything that should cover all of your legs. In case you would like to rock on a skirt, it is necessary for you to wear leggings with it, unless you want your legs to freeze.

Turtlenecks are also a good option and are very popular during this season. They not only keep you warm and cozy, but also hold in warmth around your neck.

Another smart thing to do if none of these options work for you, is to layer up. Wearing a long-sleeved t-shirt, blazer, and a jacket on top of them should be sufficient .

When it comes to what fabric works best for this type of weather, I’d say it is acrylic since it has the ability to keep your body well-insulated. In case you’re going to be doing a lot of physical activity like walking, or hiking, then it isn’t very advisable to wear a big coat. This is because the heat your body generates from the physical activity is going to be enough to keep you warm. Wearing a big coat or jacket will make you feel too hot.

What to Wear in 50-Degree Weather

 

 

When it’s 50 degrees, that means that Spring is just around the corner. This is when you should let go of your coats and heavy jackets. Change can be a lot of fun.

For those who are always doubty of what to wear, you should pick a top that will allow your body to breathe, yet still keep you a little warm. You can even get yourself a quilted vest since they’re so adaptable for this weather.

What’s special about Spring is that the weather can quickly change from sunny to rainy in a heartbeat. This means you should always carry with you a lightweight, waterproof jacket just in case. And don’t forget an umbrella!

For the rest of your outfit, wear a pair of jeans with a long-sleeved t-shirt (or shirt), and you should be fine. If it’s at night then you should have a cardigan or a blazer with you, because it might get cold.

What to Wear in 60-Degree Weather

There are a lot of options to go for in this weather, you can wear a pair of shorts and a lightweight t-shirt and you’re good. You can wear long-sleeved t-shirts too when it’s cloudy.

Before you make any choice, it wouldn’t hurt to step outside and feel the air and predict how it’s going to be for the rest of the day. Keep in mind that it’s always a little chillier at night.

In this weather, you can never know if it’s going to change or not, so be sure to bring a small jacket or cardigan with you, just in case.

What to Wear in 70-Degree Weather

 

Yes, this is the summer weather! This means no layers, no long sleeves. Instead, you can wear anything and everything that’ll keep you fresh and that is breathable.

Some options for you might be a light dress, or just a nice top with a skirt. The only thing you have to worry about is if it gets windy in your area, which may require a light jacket.

What to Wear in 80-Degree Weather

 

If it’s 80 degrees or more, then it’s definitely starting to get uncomfortable. Your wardrobe needs to have nothing but airy clothes. Avoid anything that is tight since it may cause skin irritation from friction and will also make you feel very hot.

Pick light colored-dresses and tops, they’ll push the sunrays away and keep you feeling cool. Cotton is most recommended in hot weather thanks to its comfort.

If it’s shotter than 90 degrees, then you might consider not going out at all, unless you’re going to the beach.

Bottom Line

Weather can be quite unpredictable, but it doesn’t mean you can’t be prepared and ready for the sudden changes, since this is the best way to stay comfortable.

We hope this article was useful for you, and hope you get to enjoy  all weather seasons.