Made exclusively for hitting the slopes, the all-white coat comes with a faux fur hood for utmost comfort, warmth, and mobility so you can like, flail your arms if you fall or something.
These all-black sleek leggings were basically made with an active lifestyle in mind. They’re probs tight enough where snow won’t fall in through your boot (which is obvs the worst feeling, hands down). They come with a stretchy waistband and skinny fit so no matter how bundled up are, you can still look skinny on the bottom. Bless.
Most rain and snow boots are seriously fugly. Like honestly, when have you ever looked at someone’s snow boots and thought, “wow, those are pretty effing cute?” These are as simple as they get, because in this case, less is def more. They’re mid-calf waterproof rain boots with a lightweight sole and a bucked design fit for wet, wintry shenanigans.
Underneath it all, you have to be pretty
tipsy bundled up to keep yourself from going numb. This cable knit turtleneck is def super warm and trendy enough to wear out on the town after you’ve burned enough calories on the slopes.
Nothing says you’re bougie like vacationing in Aspen while wearing mink fur. Opt for a headband because it doesn’t give you lame hat hair and like, it’s v thick so it’ll keep you both warm and somewhat fashionable.
I honestly lose gloves like I lose my chapstick, bobby pins, debit card, and everything else that’s ridiculously small (but important). At the very least, these are a must-have when packing for skiing, so you won’t want to lose them. Designed for sports and all that shit, they’re lightweight fleece gloves that keep your fingers from falling off in freezing temps.