These on-trend skiwear brands will make you even more excited for your ski trip.
Packing for a skiing holiday can be tricky. You need to take seriously warm layers, while also looking stylish and staying within your airline’s luggage weight limit. So if you’re lucky enough to be hitting the slopes in the near future, we suggest pulling together an ice-cool capsule wardrobe.
From belted jumpsuits and down-filled puffer jackets to faux fur-lined boots and slogan knits, here are 12 fashion editor-approved pieces that’ll fulfil all your sartorial needs – whether your budget stretches to high street or designer.
Moncler Grenoble checked knitted turtleneck sweater
This wool and mohair blend will keep you cosy when layered with the rest of your ski gear. Once you peel off the layers at the chalet, you’ll still be effortlessly stylish in timeless checks.
Moncler Grenoble checked knitted turtleneck sweater, £380
Cordova aspen stretch ski suit
Channel your inner Seventies chick in this sleek jumpsuit. The racer side stripes, high neck zipper and belted detail give it the retro feel we all love on the slopes.
Cordova aspen stretch ski suit, £865
Gucci down ski jacket
A puffer jacket is one of this season’s key cover-up styles, so naturally we’re going to incorporate it in to our ski wardrobe too. You’ll never tire of a Gucci piece, so you’ll be able to bring this out year after year.
Gucci down jacket, £1,745
Goldberg slim-fit stretch-shell ski trousers
Remember those stirrup leggings we all loved in the Nineties? They’re the perfect bottoms to ski in, as they don’t rise up. This belted pair gets our vote every time.
Goldberg slim-fit stretch-shell ski trousers, £260
Sorel fleece-trimmed nubuck and rubber snow boots
With the return of chunky footwear, snow boots get a firm thumbs up. These colour-block faux fur lined boots will keep you cosy when you’re slope-side – and they’re perfect for winter walks at home, too.
Sorel fleece-trimmed nubuck and rubber snow boots, £150
Tory Sport button-embellished sweater
Slogan knits are always big news, so why not show your love for the snowy sport with a “ski” sweater. Wear under ski dungarees with a puffer jacket to complete the look.
Tory Sport button-embellished sweater, £225
Topshop monochrome colour block ski jacket
This monochrome hooded beauty will serve you well for years. We’re so impressed by the Topshop Sno collection, we’ll be wearing it at any cold weather opportunity.
Topshop monochrome colour block jacket, £99
H&M ski gloves
These magic pink mittens are not only under £10, they also have straps to keep them from slipping off, and clips so you don’t lose them. Hence why they’ve made the edit on our Stylist top ski list.
H&M ski gloves, £9.99
Erin Snow phia flared ski pants
Flared ski trousers not only look super flattering, they also leave more room to layer socks and chunky boots underneath. Wear with ski goggles, a hooded jacket and a printed high neck top (thermal, of course) and you can’t fail.
Erin Snow phia flared ski pants, £670
Fendi mirrored metallic ski goggles
If you’re a pro skier, these statement goggles are essential. And if you’re not so confident on the blue run, they’ll draw attention away from your wobbly legs.
Fendi mirrored metallic ski goggles, £430
Uniqlo heattech extra warm turtleneck
We all know Uniqlo’s HEATTECH section can be a lifesaver when the temperature drops, but now they have an ‘Extra Warm’ section that’s even cosier. This tan roll neck is a classic that’ll go with all your winter looks.
Uniqlo heattech extra warm turtleneck, £14.90
Shoreditch Ski Club shell-down puffer jacket
The waterproof and insulated down puffer will be your ski saviour. Wear it over flared leggings and moon boots when you’re having some downtime between hitting the slopes.
Shoreditch Ski Club shell-down puffer jacket, £500
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