Apr̬s Ski Style Рthe Essentials

Sometimes the après ski scene is just as important as time spent exploring the snowy landscape. There are a couple of options you can take to sport the look so at the end of the day, go with whatever you feel most comfortable in. Skiers often choose to go to bars right after their last run, still decked out in their ski clothes. This may seem like the quick and easy method but after spending the day in insulating layers, heavy trousers and ski boots this might not be the best option.

Your best bet is to pop back to your cosy stylish cabin and change your entire outfit. There is nothing wrong with over packing every now and then! Think of après ski as just an ordinary night out but keep in mind that the weather will be noticeably colder than you`re used to. Create the perfect balance of comfort and style with the help of some key essentials. Topshop has a beautiful selection of knitwear pieces available including the Aztec Jumper in beautiful pastel rainbow hues. So on-trend plus the long length makes it rather versatile. For a garment with more of a luxe edge then choose the Phoebe Jumper which flaunts a stunning all-over gold metallic.

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Therapy Belted Faux Fur Coat, £42.50 from House of Fraser

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Knitted Aztex Rainbow Jumper, £42.00 from Topshop

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Phoebe Jumper by Goldie, £49.00 from Topshop

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Embroidered Batwing Top from Zara

As monochrome is a major style right now, why not invest in the Side Stripe Treggings. They`re versatile, sophisticated and will look great worn with oversized jumpers and boots for ultimate cold weather dressing. If you`re not really a hat person then the Faux Fur Slate Huff Headband from What`s About Town is a lovely alternative. It will still keep you warm without completely mucking up your lovely hair. An amazing way to complete your après ski ensemble!

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Ponte Side Stripe Treggings, £28.00 from Topshop

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Moore And Moore Luxury Faux Fur Slate Huff Headband, £21.95 from What`s About Town

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