| Amanda Herzberg
For those of us who like to ski, escaping to a warmer climate isn’t in the agenda any time soon. These are peak snow sport months, and we’re looking forward to the adrenaline rush and a deep breath of fresh air. But most importantly—the fashion. Ski towns have somehow evolved into small microcosms of style, each with a different vibe.
Looks have been known to get fairly opulent, but our favorite sport ensembles are elegant, but most importantly, functional.
Check out our favorite neutral ski outfits, inspired by the Aspen slope scene this winter:
Hafjell ski jacket—Fusalp | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/610540/fusalp/hafjell-padded-stretch-shell-ski-jacket\
Core Performance top—Lucas Hugh | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/509029/lucas_hugh/core-performance-stretch-wool-jersey-top
Aurora Skinny ski pants— Perfect Moment | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/573402/perfect_moment/aurora-skinny-stretch-twill-ski-pants
LX Initial mittens—Lacroix | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/605033/lacroix/lx-initial-leather-ski-mittens
One ski goggles—Yniq | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/611507
Joan of Arctic boots—Sorel | http://www.net-a-porter.com/us/en/product/580342/sorel/joan-of-arctic-waterproof-suede-and-leather-boots
And of course, you can’t go to the mountains without sun protection. The sun reflects off of snow and ice, leaving your skin much more susceptible to burns. Don’t forget a tube of Sunology Face to ensure you stay safe while on the slopes.