I decided that this winter to buy thermal underwear and wear it under my regular clothes at home so that I can turn the thermostat down a couple of degrees. I’m concerned about the high price of heating the place this winter, and I think that by investing in some thermal underwear that I will be doing a good thing for the environment and a good thing for my checkbook! I’ve found some thermal underwear that is smooth and silky to the touch that is only $10 for a top, and $10 for the bottom, which seems like a very good price at the local big discount department store.
I don’t like the waffle-weave thermal underwear because it is always too small, no matter how large a size I buy! The pants only come down about half-way between my ankles and knees; I like the pants to come all the way to my ankles. The kind that I like used to be called “Cuddleduds” but now it seems they’ve been renamed to “WarmWear.” I don’t care – they will be comfy and help keep me warm!