In order to properly outfit yourself for a snowstorm such as this, you must master the art of WIP: Wick, Insulate, Protect. Here’s what I’ll be wearing (if I ever decide to leave the house).
Your first layer is all about wicking. This is the layer that’s closest to your skin and needs to warm you and wick the sweat off you to keep from getting chilled. I always wear a running shirt since they’re meant to keep you sweat-free, but if you’ve got a wool or silk base layer, more power to you.
And last but certainly not least, your protective layers, also known as the layer that will keep you from getting wet when you’re out in the snow. Go for weather-resistant items for your coat and accessories, but at the very least choose a waterproof jacket. I like to mix a little fashion with my function so you’ll probably see me out in my faux fur hat.