Bottoms and Suits
Chase a personal best on the fresh powder or watch with a hot chocolate form the side lines, no matter which kind of ski-goer you are, a great pair of pants are absolute essentials.
With all-in-one ski suits, insulated snow pants, and warm knitted indoor bottoms available, there’s a pair of leg coverings to keep you performing you best and feeling comfortable both on and off the slopes.
If a full-length body suit piques your interest, the wide array of retro inspired, patterned and printed jumpsuits on offer will have you covered – literally.
Perfect for wearing under a water and snow proof skit suit, Perfect Moment’s Floro metallic intarsia wool-blend bodysuit is stretchy, warm and features a fun star print all over.
If jumpsuits aren’t your thing, start out with a pair of thermal or performance tights under your ski pants – Bogner’s Elaine embroidered zebra-print stretch-twill stirrup ski pants would do just the trick to keep you warmed up.
Top off your ski ready ensembles with the perfect knit, coat or jacket to keep you warm and cosy, both on and off the mountain.
For optimum protection while out in the elements, a water and snow proof insulated ski jacket is the perfect foundation piece for a snow appropriate outfit.
Covered in the classic Fendi logo monogram print, the luxury label’s hooded quilted down ski jacket is both luxurious and highly functional, perfect for snowy days.
For something even warmer than a ski jacket, opt for a ski coat. Chloé’s Fusalp belted shearling-trimmed quilted down ski coat offers an added element of protection from the chill.
Line your ski jacket with an added layer of warmth with a thermal long sleeve or performance top such as Cordova’s ribbed thermal top that will keep you cosy at all times.
If enjoying the ski slopes from indoors is more your forte, a fashion forward knit is a snow trip staple.
Add a subtle touch of print to your ski-side outfit with Perfect Moment’s Houndstooth merino wool turtleneck sweater, or layer up with a Nili Lotan’s classic Aimee cable-knit wool cardigan.
Arguably the most important element of a great snow outfit: the boots.
Whether you prefer fur trimmed booties, or the leather look sleek styles, there’s a snow appropriate boot built to keep your toes warm and cosy while on the slopes.
The once iconic retro snow boot brand, Moon Boot, is now cool again and designing trendy and comfy boots for both on the street and at the snow.
For ultimate warmth in a fun trendy style, Moon Boots faux fur trimmed classic boots are the ideal option for your next snow trip.
If you’re an adventurous type, Bottega Veneta’s Shell and rubber ankle boots are the perfect combination between hiking shoes and snow boots making them ideal for wandering around the snow-covered mountains in.
Add an element of colour and a fun print to your snow outfits with a pair of loud but just as practical snow boots. Designed by Isabel Marant, the Zimlee leather-trimmed quilted printed shell snow boots are perfect for this very purpose.
For those of us who prefer to enjoy the snow from inside a cosy mountainside cabin, a pair of fuzzy lined house boots are an absolute essential. For a style that is a touch more luxurious but just as warm as UGGs, Amina Muaddi’s Heidi shearling-lined leather boots are just the pair.
Finding the right accessories is an essential for any outfit, but even more so while you’re dressing for a snowy climate.
The perfect compilation of snow accessories can make the difference between being wet and cold, or staying dry, toasty and warm – so it’s important to choose wisely and invest in high quality pieces.
Starting at the top, keep your head, face and ears out of the cold with a classic beanie, balaclava or hood design.
Slip on Goldbergh’s Naomi faux fur-trimmed ribbed-knit hood for a stylish element of warmth or opt for the logo printed jersey ski balaclava from Fendi to make a fashion statement on the slopes.
Finish off the look with a pair of gloves and socks to withstand even the coldest of temperatures.