Après-Ski Looks for Your Winter Break

Après-Ski Looks for Your Winter Break

Apres ski is arguably just as essential to a ski holiday as the snow itself. You can't beat the feeling of coming off the slopes, peeling off layers of ski gear and feeling that sense of lightness and freedom before settling in for a fondue and Gluvine.

The goal for apres ski dressing is to plan outfits around performance layers where you can move from slope to bar and you don’t require a hotel pit stop for a change in between.

Here are three apres skit outfit solutions.

Fresh off the slopes.

Intent on spending more time on-piste? Heat-regulating thermals lay the perfect foundation. They look as good under a pair of ski pants as the they do solo. Bonus points for wearing with apres ski boots that are actually cool too.


 If your style is sporty casual check out  ROJO outerwear 

Apres ski pants

 Katmandu thermal base layer

Apres ski base layer

For apres ski boots that would suit any style these Rowley X Roxy Pow Pow Winter Boots For Women

Ski boots

Ski bunny style

A nod to the glamour of 1960’s ski culture, a curve-hugging turtleneck acts as a second skin under an uber cool one-piece; for extra warmth factor, a slick puffer gets the job done.

Ski sweater II

Apres ski outfit


 Tignes One piece, Perfect Moment

Apres ski outfit

Zao short down jacket

apres ski

Lounging at the lodge

For those of us who have no intention of putting on skis, a knit and classic figure-flattering snow pants are prime for lounging around the lodge. If venturing out is unavoidable, a wind- and waterproof jacket and no-joke boots are your best bet against the elements.

Perfect Moment 3D ski sweater 

Off the slopes


Linda Ski Pants


Noelle Faux Ski Jacket 


Apres ski

Taos Short Down Jacket


Brandi winter boots

Ski boots
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