Still, there are a few possible solutions. Certainly, a good down parkaand good handwearis one. Not sure what you mean by "women's down parkas," as lots of down parkas are unisex and extremely good. Case in point: Feathered Friends' very, very warm Frontpoint Jacket ($310 with nylon shell; www.featheredfriends.com). That'll trap just about any warmth you can generate. Wear that with layered gloves: a silk glove liner, then a very warm overglove such as Mountain Hardwear's Gravity Gloves ($49; www.mountainhardwear.com).
Meanwhile, it's just a theory, but I think products made with Outlast would be extremely effective in your situation. Outlast is a material that captures heat, then redistributes it as needed. I should think it would help keep you warmer in the first place, and would even counter the discomfort that Raynaud's sufferers (from what I've read) go through. Manzella makes an Outlast liner glove that costs $13 at REI (www.rei.com). Marmot makes a heavier-weight Outlast glove called the Alpinist that sells for $40 (www.marmot.com), though you can now find it on closeout for $30. Outlast, like some other good but hard-to-explain products, has been a tough sell and some makers that used the stuff a year or two ago are cutting back. I recommend it highly, though. It works.