Need some ski-spiration? There are tons of fashion-forward pieces—from jackets and pants to long underwear, goggles, and gloves—you can rock this year, made by both traditional ski and fitness fashion brands.
Check out these seven stylish looks to add to your winter wardrobe now… —Lisa Elaine Held
(Photo: Torah Bright modeling her Roxy Bright Edition Collection via Roxy)
Gwen Stefani-glam meets high-performance hit-the-mountain gear in this collection for Burton. The houndstooth Tux pant is both breathable and waterproof, and the cute beanie will keep your ears warm in style.
This non-bulky jacket is perfect for layering and comes in a pretty herringbone pattern. Waterproof zips prevent water from getting in and knit cuffs come with thumbholes for warmth and comfort. Pair it with these colorful ski pants and look (minty) fresh on the slopes.
You’ll want to show off this long-underwear layer made by Sweaty Betty. Its double cable knit will keep you warm and wick sweat while you’re working, and it’ll look super cute when you curl up next to the fire afterward.
This high-end fitted vest made by popular German brand Bogner is filled with flat down, so it’ll keep you warm in a big way without making you puffy in a big way.
These sportier base layer options are made with Icebreaker’s signature Merino wool, known for keeping you as warm and dry as possible, and their cute color-popping triangles are a nice detail.
This cozy shades-of-blue sweater is part of pro snowboarder Torah Bright’s collection for Roxy, and it comes with a high collar to keep your neck toasty and a long waist so it doesn’t ride up. The white beanie is subtly flecked with a rainbow of colors.
For a flashier look while you’re flying downhill, try this two-tone gold and black jacket with red accents. Its ubiquitous pockets for lip balm and cell phone and more will come in handy on long trails, and it comes with a drawstring adjustable hem to keep snow out.
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