Style On The Slopes
Here are some great ski fashion tips:
A fun trend this year is snow anoraks. Forget giant jackets that cover up your fantastic figure and think about investing in a snow anorak. There are some beautiful prints out there and the best thing about ski holidays is the fact you can get away with much brighter prints than you would at home. Solo Ski Holidays are particularly difficult to pack for as you'll want to be practical and stand out at the same time. Snow anoraks mean you can look young and sexy whilst remaining dry and weather protected at the same time.
Cable Knit sweaters never really go out of fashion, which means you can perfect cosy chic any time you enjoy those much loved short ski breaks. Remember you don't have to have alpine print to fit in at a ski resort, a simple pastel cable knit will look beautiful and sophisticated against the stunning backdrop of snow covered mountains.
Well known boot brands have embraced ski fashion and pulled out all the stops to provide you with a fabulous variety of boot styles and prints for your ski holiday. Try metallics to bring your booted look on trend.
Bobble hats look incredible with this seasons biggest hair trend 'ombre'. Try a bright coloured hat to really highlight the colour of your hair, or even contrasting bobble and hat combinations for extra fun.
Coloured snow trousers
You'll need snow trousers to keep everything dry and to protect yourself from those painful bumps on the slopes. You needn't stick to tarpaulin style colours though while you're shopping for these essentials. Brick and terracotta trouser colours are hot this season and will team up nicely with your pastel blue cable knit sweater.
Animal print is a key trend all round this season and you'll find it's crept onto the slopes to. Don't be afraid of going all out with your animal print as it never really goes out of fashion. Wear zebra print snow trousers if you want to really stand out or consider a leopard print bobble hat if you're easing yourself in gently.
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