So, there was this whole debate at the lunch table about whether or not we were going to write about women's clothing. Some people thought it was only fair, some people thought that someone has already said everything there is to be said about women's clothing someplace, and that it's probably on the Internet. Those people actually said "inner-nets", but I don't judge. Anyway, the pro-clothing side won, and so here I am to tell you all the stuff you probably already know about women's clothing. Maybe I can come up with something new. Probably not, though.
I guess we'll start with pants, because everyone at the lunch table was wearing pants. I don't know if they were all women's pants, and I'm probably not going to ask. Anyway, check out women's fleece pants and women's casual pants for just lounging around or doing other stuff like shopping for a new pet newt. If you're on a more active adventure than newt shopping, check out women's performance pants from sweet brands like The North Face and Patagonia. There are also women's waterproof and softshell pants for wet weather and snow. If it's cold, check out insulated pants.
See... this is all stuff somebody's already said. I feel so unoriginal.
Shirts are important. They usually cover your torso, but you knew that, too. Moosejaw insists on selling shirts for women with both long and short sleeves: like you haven't just seen that everyplace. I think they should make shirts with one long sleeve and one short sleeve, then depending on which arm is cold, you could wear the shirt frontwards or backwards. I'm pretty sure frontwards isn't a word. If both arms are cold, check out women's sweaters and women's sweatshirts. We've got pullovers, zip hoodies, casual sweaters and sweatshirts, and performance midlayers. So, you're basically totally covered.
It's not all shirts and pants with women's clothing. Check out dresses and skirts from Patagonia, Roxy, Billabong, and Prana. There's also women's base layer clothing made from either synthetic, moisture wicking fibers, or temperature-regulating merino wool. Check out the baselayers from Icebreaker, Smartwool, and Patagonia, and prepare to be wowed.
I'm sure you knew all of this already.