Let’s have a winter warm up today and check out some Après Ski clothing styles.
Let’s warm up with some pictures of fall/winter collections and fashions that keep you warm this fall and upcoming winter. I’m planning our Christmas Holidays to skiing in Norway, and dreaming I could make the long trip to ski at Park City this ski season as well. Good news for you close to Utah: Park City Mountain Resort opens on November 17, although I heard there will be skiing in Lillehammer, Norway already this weekend. Even if you are not the skiing-type, you might still like to stay warm .. in style.
The first two pictures are from J.Crew. I love the first look with the red coat and fair isle hat and scarf, but the solid colored cashmere accessories are a solid pick as well. The green-yellow look is not really my personal style, but looks unbelievably stylish for those who can pull it off.
J.Crew nor GANT, pictured above, may not be your first brands when you think of outdoor wear, but I can’t resist classic looks. Apres-ski hardly has to be high performance, and especially when you want to sport the warm winter look somewhere else than Alps or Rockies, you find the cutest clothes often from non-outdoor brands. I always appreciate a good Ralph Lauren knit sweater for winter too, although they are way too thick to pack for traveling.
Speaking of sweaters.. I love this sportier one from Italian Dolomite. Sorry – I haven’t been able to locate a retailer for Dolomite in the USA, so take these photos from Dolomite’s winter collection as inspirational ideas from Europe. Dolomite is one of the brands I drool for in the stores here in Sweden.
Can’t resists a few more photos from Dolomite..
I’m all stocked with winter boots, and in fact after instagramming my boots, I was asked to dedicate a blog post for my winter boots, which I may do.. I have several favorite winter boot brands, but one of them is Pajar Canada, and we actually found some of their boots from Marshalls on sale last winter, talk about scoring big time.