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With the ski trip fast approaching, Hannah Worthington provides some slope style inspo.

We are currently in the midst of ski season, a season notorious for mugs of glühwein, hot chocolates and Wiener schnitzel. But fashion whether down the mountain, or off the slopes for après ski is still a fundamental part of the trip. I’ve compiled together a range of high-end ski wear styles that may give you a bit of inspiration in how to stay warm whilst simultaneously looking effortlessly chic on the snowy hills.

From top right to bottom left: -Henri Dullivard Dolent Women’s fur ski jacket: £499 -Lacroix LX Initial Leather Ski Mittens: £160 -Oakley Ski Goggles, ‘Airbrake Snow’: £145 -Sweaty Betty Thermal Mountain set. Top: £60. Seamless Ski Leggings: £60 -S’No Queen, Classic Zip Polo: £130 -Moonboot, Monaco Low: £121.50 -Perfect Moment Polar Star Ski Helmet: £300 -Sweaty Betty, Exploration soft-shell Ski Jacket: £375 -Bogner Leonie Ski Hat: £149 -Sweaty Betty Transition Merino Ski Zip through hoody: £160

From top right to bottom left: -S’No Queen Fur Trimmed Thermal Shirt: £325 -Abercrombie and Fitch round half-frame sunglasses: £24 -Abercrombie and Fitch slouchy crew sweater, light grey: £58 -Pure Collection Porter Sparkle Snood, soft white: £79 -Topshop Cashmere Beanie and Glove set: £50 -Falke SK1 Women’s Technical Ski Socks in off white: £20 -Miss Selfridge Grey Crop Funnel Neck Knitted Jumper: £32 -Moonboot, We Sport Mid: £90


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