How to Dress for Temperature in the 50s

By LeafTV Editor

While your perspective on how cold—or warm—50 degrees Fahrenheit is depends on where you live and the time of the year, the type of attire required for these cool temperatures stays the same. Staying comfortable when temperatures are in the 50s calls for light layers. That winter parka might leave you breaking a sweat, but going jacket-free could make you shiver. Strike a balance so that you're stylishly and practically dressed for these mid-range temperatures. Guys might get stuck in the rut of jeans and a long-sleeved shirt, and while these looks are perfectly correct for temperatures in the 50s, they might seem monotonous. Work with these basics to create a variety of cool-weather outfits.

Stylish man wearing a light jacket over t-shirt
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How To Dress For Temperature In The 50S