Now that we have you styled for any Caribbean destinations, let’s take a look at how to style your more winter wonderland holiday vacation. Being stylish in the tundra can be extremely difficult. While it’s easy to just bundle up and try to stay warm in weather none of us from Miami can truly bear, there is no excuse to let your style slide with these fashionable items.
First and foremost a clean cut and classic coat is a must. Try looking for a neutral color that goes with any outfit like a nice black, brown, or dark grey. You want the coat to be as fitted as it can be even even though that may be tough. When you’re already wearing so many layers, a good coat like this one from Woolrich is an essential for tying your outfit together.
Next, an array of great sweaters is an essential. Try unique styles that veer away from the mundane look in order to spice up your outfit. This sweater from Just Female is a great color with a lovely lose fit to look stylish on the slopes.
You can also go for the more fitted sweater look with fun neutral styles like this black and white classic look from Victoria Beckham’s collection.
Another great option for a comfortable look when lounging around the cabin is fun holiday leggings you can pair with an oversized sweater. They also can serve as a double duty item to wear underneath your ski pants for extra warmth. These from ModCloth are a great and affordable pair that can work for multiple uses.
Of course, another must have is a great insulated boot. You need something that will keep you warm so fur is an essential but you don’t want to sacrifice style for comfort. Frye has some great options that will keep you looking fashion forward and warm all at the same time.
Last but not least, a great hat to keep your ears safe amidst the cold is the final item that will tie your outfit together for a fabulous ski resort chic look. A great beanie like these from Eugenia Kim or a fur flap ear like what I used to wear in New York are all that you need to complete your ski resort style.