11 Must-Haves For A Winter Ski Trip
If you’re planning a ski or snowboarding trip this season, get your priorities straight and be sure to pack glamorously! Yes, you need to be warm, but who says you can’t be toasty and chic at the same time?! We’ve got your packing list to ensure you look gorgeous on and off the mountain.
Ski Trip Checklist
Christopher Kane Camo Jacket, $4,180
An amazing jacket is the cornerstone of your mountain look, so be sure to pick one that is super chic (and warm!).
Anon Goggles, $220
The same way cool sunglasses are essential for driving, major ski goggles are mandatory on the slopes.
Burton Pipe Gloves, $50
Make sure your gloves are waterproof and have hanging clips so you can hook them onto your jacket.
Missoni Wool Scarf, $350
Invest in a bright knit scarf that will be ultra fashionable on your trip - and also back in the city when you return to reality.
Christian Louboutin Spiked Boot, $1,895
Although seemingly over-the-top, chic boots are totally practical for cruising around town - especially when there's fresh snow on the ground.
Faux Fur Pom Cable Beanie, Topshop, $28
Since you'll most likely be wearing your beanie 24/7, pick one that is soft, warm and in a color that works with your jacket.
The Elder Statesman Cashmere Knit Sweater, $1,292
A cashmere sweater will get plenty of mileage since you'll wear it as a base layer, at the lodge for apres-ski, and by the fire late night.
SPF Lip Balm
Shiseido Lip Treatment SPF 36, $22
Even though it's cold at the high altitude, don't forget to wear SPF - especially on your lips.
J. Crew Glittens, $37
Always bring a second pair of gloves to wear in the evening, since your ski gloves will be drying out from the day's activities.
See by Chloe Faux Fur Lace-Up Boots, $475
Shearling boots are great for mountain towns - they are cozy, look glamorous and work for day and night.
Equipment Lillian Pajama Set, $388
If you're sharing a house with friends, don't forget to bring cute jammies to rock for movie night.