Winter: Time for ski trips and happily going down the slopes with friends. For some, they are the best holidays ever, between trekking in the forest and a hot chocolate at the chalet at the end of a day in the snow. That’s why, clothes become essential items that need to be chosen with the right compromise in mind between the technical-performance aspect of the garment and its aesthetic side. The season’s trend? It focuses on a retro style inspired by the 80s and 90s with cocoon puffers, striking après-ski boots and enveloping knitwear.
Down jackets rediscover colour through neutral tones and a bright shade of bubble-gum pink as seen in Colmar proposals or they astonish with a double-faced velvet texture style in bright colours as at MPD, perfect to be paired with a classic jacquard sweater (Essentiel) and gold après-ski boots.
Sweatshirts become strategic allies to be worn under jackets and showed off at the chalet in the evening. Whether it’s a top with contrasting profiles, as the one proposed by Kappa, or a sweater perfectly paired with a pair of trousers suggesting a rainbow effect, as for Jumper 1234 outfit, the success is guaranteed. The extra touch? Add accessories with a strong personality like a fur hat, trendy matelassé boots or see-through sunglasses with super colourful lenses.
In terms of accessories, ski goggles are the absolute star of the mountain look, especially the oversized style with hologram reflections by Oakley emphasized by the electric blue tone of the turtleneck sweater The editor.
What about the aperitif time? The right outfit can be a winning mix among Krizia winter-themed sweater,Helmut Lang soft trousers and fluo Moon Boots. While those who prefer to wear a dress can without doubt focus on the beautiful Akep striped knitted dress with Retrosuperfuture sunglasses.