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Me too and the fire still goes on in the evenings.
Apart from briefly the weekend before last when it was actually nice. It caught me unawares and I had to quickly root out some lightweight cutoff trousers.
We went out for the afternoon, bumped into loads of people, stopped in a pub for a drink. Only later at home did I realise I'd spent the entire time with my trousers on inside out One nice day and I fall to pieces.
No!! I hate being hot and have been walking around in trousers and t-shirts for months. Even when it was snowing, I only had a t-shirt on under my coat (and never do the coat up!!). I sometimes take a cardigan out, but very rarely wear it.
Saying that, I do wish I felt the cold like a 'normal' person, there's only so many layers you can take off.....watch out East London, I may be naked when the Summer comes!!
I nearly posted this self same question earlier. I now leave my woolly hat at home and have downgraded to lightweight scarves (the Ebay huge type rather than either a) wool or b) summer), and have moved to leather high tops and thermal socks or 'Spring boots' Boden's tan suede ankle boot things (triumph of marketing but they are jolly useful from May to September ...). But, yup, the rest is the same. I don't really do summer as I am a chilly soul and we live in a breezy area but I am looking longingly at my summer clothes (think long jersey skirt, t shirt and denim shirt level) and wondering why its too much to ask ... But at least I know I'm just like everyone else, even if cold and fed up. Thank you
It's stupidly warm at work, so I tend to go for a skirt and nude tights, or cigarette trousers and ballet flats. But our house is cold and I refuse to put the heating on, so change into big warm socks and a hoody as soon as I get home!