With the impending cold weather, there’s a high chance you’re on the lookout for warm clothes, precisely skiwear to pack for your upcoming holiday. The good news is that cute, chic and stylish skiwear is no longer available at strictly high-end stores and boutiques, but there’s been an inflow of high street brands creating perfectly stylish pieces that will have you looking sporty and fabulous on the slopes, without breaking the bank.
Depending on where you stand in the pre-holiday shopping and packing hustle, you’re either peacefully and mindlessly tuning into one Hallmark movie after the other while sipping on mulled wine and hot cocoa, or and we truly wish this isn’t the case – stressing on what to gift each member of your family and cluelessly going through your wardrobe in the search of the best holiday wear. To prevent any last-minute purchases you’ll most likely never wear again and regret buying in the first place, we dedicated this week’s *Spotlight On* feature to skiwear and the hottest picks of the season.
Wonder what and how to wear this season’s pieces on the slopes? We’ve ranked up our favorite picks, from salopettes to thermal underwear, chunky Christmas sweaters and goggles to deliver you the best of the best. As you may or may not already be familiar with, we love to mix work with pleasure, so whether you’re off to the slopes at 8am or only a short while before lunchtime, we guarantee that these fleeces, jackets and boots are all you need for the next weeks. Oh, and before we forget to mention it, but we believe this goes without saying – skiwear doesn’t necessarily need to be worn strictly on people that are actually skiing. It’s more of an appearance look and the perfect excuse to wear glamorous yet practical pieces on a few thousand meters over sea level.
Without boring you any further with text, we invite you to scroll through the most compelling selection of essentials this season and shop away!
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