How To Keep Warm And Dress Professionally This Winter

How to keep warm and dress professionally may seem impossible. But we’re here to tell you it doesn’t have to be.

For years, I battled wearing my traditional thermal underwear under blouses, dresses and even sweaters at work and events. And by “battle” I mean constantly pulling the front of the long underwear top down to keep it from peeking out of my neckline, and constantly pull-up on the sleeves so they wouldn’t show around my wrists. As for the added layer I had to tuck in at the bottom? All I can say is I was just trying to breathe naturally without popping a button or loosening my zipper… I couldn’t worry about the fabric spare-tire it created. Hey, I may have been uncomfortable, but at least I wasn’t cold.

Me at work in the t.v. studio. Winter, 2017. And yes, I’m wearing my Topless Tee.

Thank goodness these days I have my Topless Tee women’s undershirt. It’s soft, lacy, stays put, and I can throw it in the washing machine. The open-bust design and color means it won’t show through, or out of, anything I’m wearing over it.

Save on laundry time and hassle with Topless Tee!

Topless Tee women’s undershirt in “light” color.


Same model; same Topless Tee with a red shell and blazer worn over it.

Same model; same Topless Tee with a red shell and blazer worn over it.


Now I’m not saying it takes the place of thermals on a ski trip! But, it’s the best way I know how to keep warm and dress professionally indoors this winter.

Topless in the winter? Yep… as long as it’s a Topless Tee.