Slope Style Sorted: Your Ski Shopping List
Do you wish you could look a little cooler on the slopes every time ski season comes around and you're still donning the JD Sports sallopettes your Mum bought you for your high school ski trip when you were thirteen? (True story from one of team &FINALLY, FYI, until fashion took care of that aged 23.) Don't get us wrong - we certainly don't suggest changing it up every year. After all, ski wear should be an investment - made to wear into true adulthood.
Accordingly, we've put together a shopping list for the three most timeless ski 'tribes': that 70's show, the glamour crew and the super serious (but eco friendly) skiers.
That 70s Show
Inspired by, well, the 70s. The sleek, colourful skier who swaps googles for huge sunnies apres ski.
Roll neck jumper, £110 (on sale from £180), Jigsaw
Sunglasses, £260, Gucci
Gold plated ring, £60, By Pariah
Moon boots, £105, ASOS
All in one, £485, Sweaty Betty
Cashmere gloves and hat set, £175, Portolano
Only true glamour pusses need apply. Monochrome and neutrals work best to keep the balance and an oversized faux fur hat says 'do you know who I am?'
All in One, £590, Perfect Moment
Sunglasses, £147 (on sale), Rag & Bone
Boots, £325, Montelliana
Faux fur cuff jumper, £225, Izaak Azanei
Mother of Pearl earrings, £111, Brinker and Eliza
Faux fur hat, £420, Emma Brewin
The Serious(ly conscious) Skier
AKA no-nonsense, here for the ski and the ski only (but in really chic and secretly trendy gear.) Not only slope savvy, but eco savvy too - these Erin Snow pieces are made from recycled fibres and sustainably created to last.
Ski mittens, £88, Capranea
Heat tech bra, £12.90, Uniqlo x Alexander Wang
Ski socks, £35, Falke
Ski goggles, £215, Zeal Optics
Eco friendly ski jacket, £1245, Erin Snow
Eco friendly ski trousers, £725, Erin Snow