To this end, the fit of your winter clothes is more important than anything else.The more your clothes follow the natural lines of your figure, the better.Or how about relationships in general – how to tell if you’re in a good one or bad one?Or maybe you know someone else who struggles with these issues?Men should be able to see your curves when you are wearing your jacket.This means that it should follow the curves of your waist and hips.
Besides, "looking like every other girl" is only problematic when every other girl looks bad. There is something both sexual and nurturing about a woman wearing a tight sweater. Because they contain no vital organs, your limbs are the parts of your body least prone to the effects of cold weather; so most women are capable of going outdoors in leggings, even in the middle of winter. They make every woman's legs and ass look 10 - 20 % better than normal, and because they are so popular and reveal no skin, no one thinks they look slutty.
I still stand by my speculation, because the simple truth is that the feminine figure is more attractive when it isn't concealed (yes, even if the woman is overweight), and the more delicate and feminine parts of a woman's body - like her neck, jawline and breasts - add nothing to her attractiveness when they are covered by a jacket or scarf.
So female winter fashion is all about minimizing the effect of the extra material.
At most, it is a reliable source of advice for women who want to improve their chances with the opposite sex.
Most men are familiar with the "75 degree rule," which refers to the fact that, in Spring, women seem to come out from their Winter hibernation once the temperature rises above 75 degrees Fahrenheit (for those of you not burdened by an archaic system of scientific units, that is 24 degrees Celsius).