If you’re packing for a ski trip this winter, then you’ll definitely want to bring cozy and chic outfits that are perfect for lounging fireside aprés ski. To help you look like a stylish snow bunny this season, today’s winter style guide shares an outfit idea that’s fit for the mountains.

Winter Style Guide: How To Look Glamorous on a Ski Trip

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Whether you’re an avid skier or a novice snowboarder, you’ll look like a glamorous snow bunny off the slopes by following these style tips. To me – half the fun of heading to the mountains during winter is just relaxing with hot cocoa and a good book by a roaring fireplace, while a flurry of snowflakes comes down outside. That’s why packing warm and cozy outfits are essential to looking great while staying toasty. 

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Wear a Wool or Cashmere Turtleneck

Starting with a great layering piece is the key to staying warm when the temps drop. That’s why a wool or cashmere turtleneck (like this one by Jonathan Simkhai) is a must-have for a ski trip. Opting for wool or cashmere is wise because they naturally regulate your body temperature and are moisture-wicking (making them great options for hitting the slopes).

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Stay Warm in Velvet Jeans

To stay warm while looking a bit dressed up (especially for a ski trip in Aspen or Lake Tahoe), velvet jeans are a great choice. Once you slip into these luxurious-looking, ultra-comfortable pants, you’ll never want to take them off. Not to mention – they feel sumptuous to the touch, which makes them especially cozy. Plus, a pair of skinny velvet jeans easily fits into big furry boots, which is a fun style statement for the snow.

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Bring a Structured Handbag

To complement your upscale snow bunny outfit, a structured designer handbag (like this crocodile bag by Nancy Gonzalez) puts the finishing touch on your ensemble. Plus, it’s a great choice for wearing out to dinner, or for shopping at the boutiques in town.

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Pack a Puffer Coat

Whether you plan to hit the slopes or just stick around for the aprés ski celebrations, a lightweight puffer coat is a wise choice. Accented with a glamorous removable fur trim collar, a puffer coat (like this gorgeous long fitted jacket by Herno) will keep you warm while adding a stylish touch. Plus, it’s great when the snow starts to fall, as the water-resistant material prevents you from getting soaked.

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Elevate Your Look with Contemporary Jewelry

Contemporary jewelry (like this bracelet and pair of earrings from Alexis Bittar) instantly elevate your look. A modern bangle with sparkling gemstones pairs perfectly with cool lucite hoop earrings, creating a finishing touch that looks stylish and on-trend. 

For more style tips, check out the Fashion section on Inspirations & Celebrations.

Winter Style Guide - What To Wear For a Ski Trip

Photography by James Molinaro (JM3)

Fashion Stylists: Tracy Odle (Augustina’s Designer Boutique) & Christina-Lauren Pollack (I&C) 

Apparel and Jewelry c/o Augustina’s Designer Boutique; Velvet Jeans by J Brand; Boots by UGG
 
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