keep warm

More people die in the winter months than the non-winter months, with around 25,000 excess winter deaths in England each year. Cold and damp homes can contribute to poor mental health and social isolation, indeed, one study has shown that residents of the 25% coldest homes have around a 20% greater risk of dying during the winter months than those in the warmest homes.
Keeping warm and looking good are often mutually exclusive ideals, especially if you don't do layering. I know an alarming number of stylish women with unquestionable taste levels who sit in their coats in draughty offices and, at home, are no strangers to the Slanket.