I have no idea what I would wear in those temperatures. My experience from less extreme minus degrees is that my feet are a lot happier if the sole is not too stiff and I can move them (curl my toes etc), so paradoxically feel cold in very sturdy boots. I like Merrell Tremblant but have never tried them in less than -15. In the winter I also cannot manage without thin merino socks in my trainers. They don't absorb too much water and remain warm even after sweating. I get mine from Norway for Christmas every year.
I am 22 weeks, and at the moment managing 5-6 km a week. My SI joint is clicking loudly, and I am also noticing I need some support for my bump. I've had a look online and most support belts look too chunky. Has anyone found a support that is comfortable?
For the last year at least, the only options to pink seem to be light blue. I have no idea why people think women like to dress up in baby colours. Perhaps we do. What is particularly strange is that the running clothes keep appearing in those colours, completely ignoring the colours that come and go in fashion. I was hoping to find a top in one of those wine red colours that were popular in the autumn, but that trend never seemed to reach sportswear (not that I follow trends, but when there is a good one I like using the opportunity).
I also tend to avoid white clothes (They look nice, but I always end up with permanent stains on them). I do like a little colour, and hate running in all black. Cannot describe why.
So I've made some attempts to find clothes that makes me feel I am still me.
The new Gore range comes in proper red and blue. I am happy about this, as I like their tops but couldn't cope with the pink and turquoise last year. Sweaty Bettty do vests in all different colours including reds and a dark blues (have not tried them yet, but will probably do in the summer). Some of the outdoor brands will occasionally do some nice, rich colours. I've seen some Smartwool shirts in a deep, lovely red called lush. I have not seen any of their thinner tees in that colour yet, but if I do I will buy it.
When it comes to shoes, I have given in. Much more important to get the right shoe. If ever the right shoe is pink I will consider spray paint.
I just ordered some windproof mittens (sugoi) - looking forwards to trying them. If I remember, I will post a little report! First time I've come across windproof mittens.
Usually asics performance gloves work well (windproof, cheap and extremely durable), but when it is very cold or if I run slowly I need an extra layer. I have loads of different gloves and mittens for different conditions. Some of my other favorites are very thin icebreaker merino glove liners (good for running as they are very breathable, and fits under my other gloves, easy to tuck under the sleeve if it gets too warm), and extremities goretex over-mittens.