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Get the Ultimate Ski Afterwear in Three Steps

Whether it’s a week-long vacation or a weekend getaway, you’re bound to pack a lot of ski gear and, of course, après-ski clothing. From bulky ski boots to bulky outerwear, hard-to-pack helmets, and your actual gear (skis, poles, and snowboards!), the list is too many to list. After carefully manipulating (stuffing) your suitcases and luggage with these sporting essentials, there may not be much room for the most important items—the gear and outerwear for those all-important après-ski wear. Even if you don’t plan on skiing at all, you can still create this look by following these three easy steps.


First, a stylish ski sweater will do the trick, it can be worn in the morning Put on layers of clothing for a few laps, then undress in the afternoon for a few fireside mulled toddys. Save space by packing a sweater that does double duty on and off the slopes. A sunny day in the American West is perfectly paired with a vintage-inspired pullover. Meanwhile, a Fair Isle turtleneck can help beat Vermont’s chilly winds. The argyle patterned sweater from the Dolomites and Alps is perfect for at home. No après is complete without an apron, and they look layered under bibs or bib ski pants. No matter which resort you’re in, all of them are perfect for lounging at the inn or cabin or grabbing your coat for some shopping in the village.

Jil Sander Fair Isle Intarsia Wool Blend Sweater

Perfect Moment Chopper Turtleneck sweater

Alanui Arctic Ocean Jacquard Wool Sweater

Polo Ralph Lauren Logo Turtleneck

Banana Republic Skyfair Sweater

Our Norwegian Setesdal Fair Isle Sweater

Lafayette 63 New York Fair Isle Cardigan

Image courtesy of Perfect Moment

Step 2: Slopeside Overalls and Ski Pants

The second step is to choose the right bottoms. While leggings work well with a sporty look under a sweater, proper thermal pants made for the snow will keep your legs and body extra warm for any winter activity, whether it’s snowshoeing, walking, at the resort Go shopping, hang out at a resort, or kill the time at an après-ski hotspot. Many styles resemble leggings, such as Moncler’s stirrup ski pants. We recommend bib overalls, which have a similar fit to flared pants and have all the essential technical details of a proper snow pants. Whether you wear the overall straps up or down, they’re sure to look chic with one of the above ski sweaters.

Perfect Moment Torra Softshell Vest

Moncler Grenoble Tech Twill Stirrup Ski Pants

Fusalp Tipi III Flared Ski Pants

Erin Snow Kris Stripe Bootcut Ski Pants

Goldbergh Pippa Ski Pants

Jetset Tiby Flared Ski Pants

Photo courtesy of Khaite

STEP 3: Alpine Accessories

Last but not least, Top off your skis with mountain-ready accessories. Keep your head and ears warm with a retro-inspired pompom hat or ear warmer headband. What better way to hold a hot beverage than with a pair of faux fur-trimmed mittens?

Moncler Vitesse Shield Sunglasses

Mackage Zev-Z Monogram Logo Headband

Yve Salomon shearling trim Soft Shell Mittens

FP Movement Show Off Mittens

Max Mara Pom Pom Beanie

Ruslan Baginskiy Wool Blend Hat

Max Mara Camel Hair Silk Ear Muff

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No ski boots, it’s snow Boots

Ski boots are notoriously bulky, uncomfortable and generally not allowed in restaurants. Whether you’re a skier or a non-skier, you need a durable and waterproof pair of shoes for going up and down hills. Trust us, after a long day on the mountain, you’ll look forward to wearing one of these stylish yet functional pairs.

Fendi Signature FF Lace- Snow Boots

Ugg Neumel Platform Chelsea Boot

Proenza Schouler Storm Hiking Boots


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1647597289110572Bally Chambery Boots



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