Après-Ski Looks for
Your Winter Break
The après experience is arguably just as essential to a ski vacation as snow itself. The goal is to plan around peel-off friendly performance layers that don’t require a hotel pit stop for an outfit change. Here, three slope-to-lodge solutions.
Fresh Off the Mountain
Intent on spending more time on-piste? Heat-regulating thermals lay the perfect multifunctional foundation, meaning they look just as good under a pair of protective ski pants as the they do solo. Bonus points for puffer boots that are actually cool (keep them on hand in the city for snow days).
Model Two Dual-Lens
Ski Googles Matchesfashion, $211
Isola Racing Pants goop, $600
Drift Long Sleeve Ski Base Layer Sweaty Betty, $105
Drift Ski Base Layer Leggings Sweaty Betty, $105
OLIO E OSSO
No. 1 – Clear Balm goop, $28
Quilted Puffer Bootie goop, $248
A nod to the glamour of 1960’s ski culture, a curve-hugging turtleneck acts as a second skin under a merino wool one-piece; for extra warmth factor, a slick puffer gets the job done.
Dunlop Puffer Coat goop, $1,183
Colorado Bodysuit goop, $250
Frequency Suit goop, $450
BA0133 Sunglasses goop, $375
Conditioner SPF 15 goop, $26
Ankle Boots Net-a-Porter, $1,350
Holding Down the Lodge
For ski bunnies who have no intention of putting on skis, a Fair Isle knit and classic figure-flattering snow pants are prime for lounging around the lodge. If venturing out is unavoidable, a wind- and waterproof jacket and no-joke boots are your best bet against the elements.
Method Hybrid Ski Jacket Sweaty Betty, $495
CHLOÉ + Sorel
Suede and Shearling Boots Net-a-Porter, $515
Fair Isle Sweater goop, $295
Astro Softshell Salopettes Sweaty Betty, $430
Winter Face Oil goop, $114
Fair Isle Gloves Lands’ End, $25