These spring/autumn-weight Zero RH Ergo gloves are windproof and do a pretty good job of keeping the rain out too. They're not cheap but they do boast some useful features.
The backs of the Ergo gloves are made from Zero RH's Airdrygold 250 fabric which is windproof and slightly fleecy on the inside, making them surprisingly warm considering their low bulk. I've been using these in temperatures from about 9-14C. I get cold hands quite easily (I'm a martyr to it but you'll never hear me moan!) so you might use them in cooler conditions.
These Powerlogic Olympic bib tights are the top tights in the range from Italian company Zero RH, and they're most notable for the unusual bib section that holds them in place.
The lower sections – both the black and the white panels – are made from what Zero RH call Icedry Gold 200 fabric, which is essentially a brush-backed nylon/elastane roubaix. It’s warm, breathable and quick drying, like most, although the high price doesn’t get you any windproof panels or double layers to provide extra protection from the cold.