If you are thinking about hitting the slopes this winter then an après-ski sweater is a must! You can wear it to the mountain, and after a long day of skiing (or snow bunny-ing it up in the lodge) you can peel off your parka and POW, you’re the most stylish chick on the mountain.
Top: The Good Jane, Denim: W Lab, Jacket: J.O.A., Boots: Emu Australia, Hat: Topshop, Gloves: Topshop
Apres-ski is such a fun style. Think of Nordic sweaters, Fair Isle patterns, layered triangle prints and turtle necks. I think this unique trend makes you want to book a trip to Aspen or a vacation to the Swiss Alps right away. I know I just came back from a ski trip to Banff in Canada, but reviewing these photos makes me want to hit the slopes all over again.
I actually went to a winter sports boarding school for my Junior year of high school. I was able to snowboard every day during the season. I grew up skiing and have been on family vacations to mountains in Maine and Vermont since I was 2-years-old. Skiing is in my blood, and the mountain (whichever one it may be) always feels like home. Après-ski is such a huge part of the winter sports culture. Dressing the part is equally important as enjoying a drink or warm meal after hitting the slopes!
Staying warm while looking cute is very important to me. I always make sure that I am wearing a layer of long johns or thermal leggings and longsleeves under my clothing to make sure I am extra toasty. I love a cozy, knitted après-ski sweater because it will keep you warm and looking the snow bunny part. Let me know if you have plans for any snowy adventures down the road!
BarbaraFebruary 13, 2020
beautiful winter wonderland … love your outfit … aprés ski chic !!!
Jane AubeFebruary 29, 2020
Such a great apres ski look and ten tons of snow there! Lov Jane