Cute Après-Ski Outfits to Shop for Your Next Ski Trip
After a day on the mountain, most skiers are eager to unwind with some drinks and dancing. But what to wear? Après-ski style is easier than you might think—many opt to keep their ski attire base layers on and simply swap out shoes and accessories. That being said, there are still a few ways you can show off your style. Here, we put together three fashion-forward outfits to transition you off the slopes and into the party, plus a checklist of four après-ski essentials.
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Après-Ski Look 1: Americana Moment
Channel the style of U.S. Olympians with a star-spangled beanie from Perfect Moment and matching blue turtleneck. When it’s time to unbuckle your ski boots, slip into this cool white pair with quilting to complete your look.
Après-Ski Look 2: Snow Bunny
For glam gals, this monochromatic look is chic as can be. Isabel Marant’s retro sweatshirt is a major statement-maker, and it only gets better when worn under Topshop’s sleek snow trousers and a metallic-and-shearling jacket. Top it all off with a pearl-adorned velvet headband.
Après-Ski Look 3: Sporty Skier
We’re obsessed with this black-and-white ski jumpsuit—on or off the slopes. Just trade in your ski goggles for Quay’s round sunnies, and give your feet the break they deserve in some cozy slipper booties.
Cozy Boots and Slippers
Unless you want to clunk around in heavy ski boots for hours, we’d recommend changing into some comfier booties or mountain slippers.
Retro Fashion Pieces
The coolest part about ski fashion is the emphasis on retro looks. Incorporate these styles into your ensemble to try it for yourself.
LOTS of Faux Fur
The other key fashion component of après-ski? Faux fur. Stay warm and stylish with plush coats, vests, and accessories.
A Makeup Touch-Up
After hours of shredding, any makeup you had on is probably long gone. Give your skin a boost of sun protection with an SPF setting powder, swipe up some waterproof mascara (Milk Makeup’s layers well on top of dried-out coats), and add some moisture to your lips.
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