From retro inspired all-in-ones to neon jackets and feminine silhouettes, this ski season you can hit the slopes in style. Because let’s be honest, a ski vacation is about so much more than just skiing.
Whether you’re relaxing by the fire or tackling a steep run, here are 14 pieces that are both high performance and high style to help you conquer the slopes and that après ski scene.
Made from plush powder-pink velvet that lends itself just as well to the city as the slopes, Goldbergh’s Emmelina jacket is padded with insulating down feathers and quilted for extra warmth. There’s also a hideaway hood, detachable snow gaiters and a host of pockets to hold your essentials while you’re the mountain.
This multicoloured Alps ski jumpsuit from Sweaty Betty is perfect for tackling the snow. With a faux-fur trimmed hood, 10k waterproof fabric with insulating Primaloft® lining, and contrasting panels, it guarantees warmth and style.
Inspired by Colorado’s premium alpine resort, this golden ski suit is made from four-way stretch shell and is cut to a body-forming silhouette. It is also fitted with a zipped ski-pass pocket for ease of movement on the slopes.
For FW19, Aztech Mountain’s Nuke ski jacket comes in a new powder blue and has been re-tailored for a more streamlined fit. Crafted from Dermizax EV four-way stretch nylon filled with traceable down, it’s warm, breathable, and waterproof. Team it with the coordinating trousers for a seriously chic look.
Featuring an overall silhouette, this star-printed design is cut from highly functional stretch fabric that is waterproof yet breathable. Elastic inner cuffs and protective kneepads ensure function is not compromised over style.
This black jumpsuit is part of Fendi’s Roma skiwear range. It’s made from coated shell with hermetic zips and a warm fleece interior to keep you protected from water and cold wind, then completed with an optional hood and belt.
Sitting high on the waist to keep out snow and repel both water and wind, these Kris ski pants are easy to move in and feature a silver ring at the waist that’s perfect for clipping your ski gloves or pass to.
This Laina jacket from Kjus is made from DWR shell and offers serious protection in extreme conditions. It has a detachable hood designed with one-hand adjustment and an internal skirt to keep out snow.
Made from hard-wearing shell with insulating quilted panels, this black and white ski suit has zipped pockets and a buckled waist belt. The snap-fastening cuffs make it easy to slip your boots on and off.
Moncler’s Mirielon jacket lends a feminine touch to outerwear with a fitted waist to create an hourglass silhouette. The lightweight technical outer is padded with down and feathers and has a high neckline to keep out the chill.
This blue all-in-one from Bogner is lightweight and water-repellent to keep you warm and dry whatever the conditions. The fleece-lined style features a detachable hood and stirrup cuffs to keep it secure while on the slopes.
An ideal base layer for a ski suit, We Norwegians’ thermal top is made from ultra fine stretch-merino wool, so it warms you up without adding bulk. It’s paneled with tricolor chevron stripes, reminiscent of ’70s sportswear.
Filled with insulating down, Canada Goose’s Rideau parka has been rigorously tested to ensure it’ll keep you warm in temperatures as low as -20°C. The camouflage-print shell is both water and wind resistant, while the ribbed-knit cuffs have been designed to keep heat locked in.
Made from water-repellent shell and packed full of insulating down, this bright yellow ski jacket from Ienki Ienki is belted at the waist and fitted with an internal snow gaiter to keep moisture out. There are zipped underarm vents for temperature regulation and an internal pocket complete with a lens cloth for your ski goggles.