What are the best things to wear for a ski chalet holiday? Aside from packing plenty of warm ski gear, how should you dress for après ski? The beauty of staying in an exclusive ski chalet like Bighorn is that you can wear whatever you like! This is your private domain and you make the rules. If you are looking for some suggestions, we recommend packing some cosy, comfortable and stylish clothes to match your surroundings. Here is our pick of the best ski chalet fashion for this season:
1) A cashmere sweater
Perfect for relaxing in front of a roaring log fire after a day on the slopes. Slip on a cashmere sweater for a little bit of easy luxury.
We love: Ralph Lauren Black Label Boatneck Cashmere Sweater at Barneys.com
2) The go-to shirt
You can’t go wrong with a classic white shirt. Teamed with jeans, a casual shirt with a stylish fit is easy chalet chic.
We love: Alfred Dunhill White Engineered Shirt at Dunhill.co.uk
3) Merino wool socks
Lightweight, warm and comfortable, merino wool socks are stylish enough to be worn alone. Who needs shoes when you won’t want to leave the chalet?
We love: Icebreaker Ultralite Crew Trojan at Icebreaker
4) For the ladies – soft leather pumps
More stylish than slippers but just as comfortable. Dressy enough for dinner and relaxed enough for watching a movie with your feet up in the home cinema.
We love: Ladies’ Lanvin Lambskin Ballerina Flats at Neiman Marcus
5) For the ladies – a cosy wool dress
Easy, comfy and smart. A sweater dress requires minimum thought, but looks effortlessly stylish.
We love: Ladies’ Stella McCartney silk and wool blend sweater dress at Net-a-porter.com