Après-ski style

Hello sweethearts, I hope you’re all having a great week so far. Today we’re gonna talk about Après-ski style.

One of my favorite parts of skiing? Apres ski. The hot cocoa, the cocktails and of course, the apres ski outfits. Even if you’re not a big skier, the apres ski experience makes a trip to the mountains worth getting dressed up for.

Even if you can’t jet-set to Aspen, Saint Moritz or the French Alps, you’ll want to keep your eye out for the après-ski fashion trend. Why? Après-ski style isn’t just for after-ski activities. It’s evolved into a whole mood. Think alpine-chic aesthetic built on casual and cozy clothes with a sporty vibe.

What Is Après-ski?

“Après-ski” is French for “after ski,” and it marks the shift from leg-burning ski runs to one-too-many drinks with friends, both old and new. Après usually gets going when the lifts stop turning (or really, anytime after lunch) and wraps up around dinner time. It’s arguably just as important to ski culture as the act of skiing itself.Interested? Here’s how to take women’s après-ski style from the slopes to the streets.

Must-Have Après-Ski Style

One of the best parts of women’s après-ski fashion is that you don’t have to ski through the snow to partake. With a few simple swaps, you’ll be mountain-chic in no time. Puffer jackets, sherpa lined boots, turtlenecks, sweaters and woolen accessories that are both functional and fashionable are an après-ski-must. You may not be walking in a winter wonderland, but you’ll definitely sparkle like a blanket of freshly fallen snow.

Accessories to Take Your Winter Wardrobe to the Next Level



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xoxo Maria




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