Can you get raynaud's in larger body parts?

Not usually. Raynaud's symptoms affect the hands and feet, and sometimes the nose, ears, lips, and nipples. The vasospasm constricts blood vessels to the affected areas (cold temperature in the affected areas is a main cause of the vasospasm). Larger body parts have more blood vessels supplying the area, and have blood vessels coming from deeper, warmer parts of the body where the vessels are not constricted.
No. Or we cannot see it! the raynaud's description is peripheral vasospastic with cold exposure.