Off-Piste or Slope Spectator, Here’s How to do Skiing in Style
It’s that time of year again. When our minds drift off from the white desks of the workplace to the powdery slopes. And while a heavy injection of adrenaline and whiling away hours in wooden watering holes might spring to mind first, thought quickly turns to what we’re going to wear. Getting ski gear allows us to don some out-there looks that have no place on the street. And that’s always exciting. Skiing is an excuse for luxe purchases too, and MATCHESFASHION is a good place to start with that.
It can get cold up there. So investing in a good base layer is smart — a fleece is always a safe bet. The option below from master of outdoor wear Snow Peak is insulating, moisture-wicking, and temperature regulating. Next up, a ski jacket is something that you, and everyone else, is going to see a lot of, so pick wisely. An outerwear selection from Raf Simons will always impress, and the slope-ready piece from the designer packs an internal snow gaiter for added protection, as well as reflective details to keep you seen.
As well as pants and outerwear, we’ve also picked out some choice accessories to see your right while you ski. The Moncler goggles are a personal favorite, while the wild socks from Falke are that firey detail to finish things off nicely.
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