Chic Women’s Ski Looks This Season

Wintertime is officially here, so if you’re heading to the ski resort as a beginner or are a seasoned pro, don’t forget that you can still fly down the mountain in style. Let’s take a look at some of the top fashion trends for the 2022-23 season on the slopes.

Down-Filled Puffer Jackets

These are always a wintertime staple for skiers, and the current ski season is no different. Down-filled puffer jackets are preferred for many reasons, including that they’re wind-resistant and waterproof. Plus, many different brands make them so you can find the one that you love the most.


For some extra flair, feel free to find jackets that are lined with fur on the edges or has a metallic sheen finish, and make sure you find one that has plenty of pockets for you to store all your gear in.

Versatile Ski Pants

Every great puffer jacket needs a stylish pair of ski pants to go with it. This year, women are rocking their ski pants both on and off the slopes, so you need a versatile pair with clean lines that will look just as good in the lodge as they will on the mountain.


This season, look for ski pants with a slim silhouette, made from stretchy materials, and adorned with a sleek belt to complete the look no matter if you’re indoors or outdoors.

All-in-One Snowsuits

If the matching jacket and ski pants look isn’t for you, then you’ll love this next trend. All-in-one snowsuits are quickly coming back into style, and women everywhere are itching to get their hands on one that’s fashionable and functional.


You still need to prioritize warmth and waterproof features with an all-in-one garment, though the extra warmth the suit brings cannot be matched.


The best-looking snowsuits this year are the ones that are adorned with a belt to cinch in the waist, and available in classic lines for a sporty yet elegant aesthetic.

Vibrant Ski Thermals

Underneath all your heavy outerwear, you need to find a quality pair of thermals that will help you preserve your body heat while heading down the slopes.


But not just any thermals will do, which is why women are opting for thermals in bright and vibrant colors this year like electric blue or hot pink.


Wearing these under a more neutral-colored jacket or snowsuit will give you a nice pop of color that can take center stage once you’re off the slopes and headed out for a bite to eat.

Reflective Goggles

Don’t worry–we haven’t forgotten about the accessories! Though there are many great pieces of gear and outerwear that can take your ski style to the next level, reflective goggles are all the rage right now. Pairing both function and form with a modern twist on this classic essential, this accessory will have all the heads on the ski slopes turning.


Not only do reflective goggles look stellar, but they also help shield your eyes from the sun’s rays all day long.


So with all these above tips, you can take over the mountain resort with your elevated style and on-trend looks that are just as fashionable as they are practical.

Written in partnership with designer furniture retailer Bauhaus 2 Your House. 


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