After a long day on the mountain and no time to rest the war wounds you received after recklessly taking on the black slope, the best thing you can do is slip out of your salopettes and straight in to a comfy après-ski ‘fit. Don’t let your look go off-piste by sacrificing style for warmth, though – it's possible to keep cosy and look great. Trust.
YOUR APRES-SKI OUTFIT
By Sam Higgins, 24 February 2017
A warm, padded, Napapijri jacket will not just keep you toasty but will also give you an added style edge on every other guy in the chalet. As you already know, layering is vital in cold weather, so it won’t come as a surprise that when you're 1,500m above sea level, it’s even more important. Pair a blue striped tee with a fleecy half-zip sweatshirt to add some extra cosiness under your big puffy jacket and keep on that favourite beanie of yours (which probably won’t leave your head for the whole trip anyway).
Accessories-wise, a camouflage bag will, ironically, make you stand out brilliantly against the white snow and don’t forget to throw on a durable pair of black boots in case you have to trek through it to get to and from the evening’s revelries. To finish your outfit of peak après-ski stuff in comfy, stylish fashion, pop on a pair of grey marl striped joggers and take your style to new heights.