Ski slope style
Published on March 24, 2017 by Hannah Worthington
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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