If we dig down into our memories deep enough, we think we can remember a time when we were warm. It may have been an illusion—it certainly has that sort of hazy, blown-out-around-the-edges, dreamlike look about it—because from where we stand now, in single-digit temperatures and surrounded by snowbanks, we really only half-believe it ever happened. Our only option in the present predicament is to layer: not the way we usually do, with non-bulky sweaters and maybe a jaunty scarf, but the kind of layering that asks, “how many pairs of socks can I put on while still fitting into my boots?” It’s in times like these that we’re thankful for versatile layering garments like Lumina Clothing’s hardy Monroe Shirt. Thicker than your average fare in 6 oz. twill, it’s the kind of shirt/jacket hybrid you can wear over another shirt. And maybe another shirt. And under a jacket? And maybe an overcoat? And the best part is, you can wear it by itself, too, rolling up the sleeves to let the plaid lining show for a sort of rugged heritage look. If it ever does get warm again. If. Get it here.