Whether you are skiing down the French Alps or arming yourself against the chill in an idyllic mountain village, thanks to the designer ski clothing there is no need to compromise between warmth and personal style. Hued in a shimmery gold tone, Fendi's ski jacket and pants delight with characteristic fur-embellishments, while Perfect Moment flatters the silhouette with tailored cuts. Hit the slopes in style with mytheresa.com's finest range of women's ski wear from the world's most renowned luxury brands, as well as popular new designers.
STATEMENT-MAKING SKI OUTFITS
When heading to a winter holiday destination, assembling a closet that caters to both mountain activities and après-ski events need not be a complicated task. Back in the day, ski wear came in oversized cuts and all over geometric patterns. Nowadays, designers have transformed the slopes into a runway, incorporating current fashion trends in their activewear lines. For a head-turning ensemble with a feminine twist, wear the light pastel-colored ski pants and jacket from Moncler Grenoble. Accessorise the snow look further by teaming it with Acne Studios Canada scarf and a woolen hat.
Perfect Moment is another superb option for contemporary designs. Couple their white ski suit with iconic stripes with mirrored ski goggles for a sleek finishing touch. If you favor an all-black appearance, however, then try Fusalp in collaboration with a Fendi stretch top to keep yourself warm.
WHAT TO WEAR FOR APRÈS-SKI
After a day out on the runs, master the après-ski look in casual-fitting clothing. Head to dinner in stirrup leggings, a cashmere turtleneck, UGG Australia winter boots and a Canada Goose down coat. Alternatively, enjoy an evening in by the fireplace in chunky knitwear for a cozy feel. As wintertime means layering, wear a long-sleeved top combined with a cardigan from Loro Piana.
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