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Shanetta writes, “Hello my name is Shanetta, and I’m going on a coed ski trip with my friends in January. I’ve never been skiing and I was wondering if there’s a way I can be properly layered but still cute on the slopes, and also a few other warm outfits for off the slope activities like bowling,and when we go out to dinner afterwards. Thanks.”
Sounds like a good time!
Fashion is always a must, but keeping warm is the main priority on a ski trip.
Look like a true ski bunny in a a toasty white fur lined down coat along with a black turtleneck. Stay comfortable in $50 knitted aztec leggings by Topshop (over thermal leggings or long johns), along with Dior ski boots. Complete with Rick Owens shield sunglasses:
Save this next look for off the slope activities. Pair this $135 River Island Red Tartan Faux Fur Collar Boyfriend Coat with warm separates. A wool sweater will never do you wrong, and you can add some flair with a pair of leather pants. Retain your body heat with a grey beanie and a pair of gloves.
Down jackets are great investment pieces because they ensure warmth. Be sure to pair with a solid pair of snow boots, a beanie, gloves, and scarf. Finish that off with a sweater, and you’re ready to hit the snow.
If you’re headed out on the town for dinner, don’t be afraid to dress up a bit.
Embrace the all black trend with a cozy black fur coat, and black booties. Keep the rest of your look moody with a black sweater, and matching pants. Finally, add some fun with leopard print gloves, and a deep red lip.
Hope that helps!
Which look is more your style?
*Of course with all these looks, layer for warmth! Get your fill of thermal layers to wear underneath sweaters and pants here: