What you’ll need at the ski lodge this winter
Keep it simple but comfortable. While at a ski lodge, don’t go for fancy clothes but at the same time don’t just stick to your sweatshirts. With multiple options in winter clothes, you can pick and choose the exact look you want. You can look stylish yet be comfy. Go for a layered look where you can add or remove garments to adjust to indoor and outdoor temperatures. Take a look at some ideas to get you going this winter.
Go for brightly colored flannel shirts that have a distinctly feminine cut and style. They’re comfortable, warm and are ideal when you’re snowboarding or skiing as they hold body heat well. You can wear them with jeans and boots. You can add a jacket or a coat over the shirt. You can wear a cami, vest or thermal wear under your shirt depending upon the temperature. A shirt in plaid flannel from Woman Within is soft, well-cut with a button front and is cozy and colorful. An ultra-soft, brushed, cotton plaid flannel shirt from Woman Within has a free fit that allows for free movement. It has long sleeves for warmth and has an easy and casual V-neck.
Wear fleece pants like the Under Armour women’s Hundo pants that have a semi-fitted styling. They are comfortable both indoors and outdoors with their double-sided, moisture-wicking fabric. They help maintain consistent body temperature in any weather condition. Insulated snow pants like the Roxy She is the One pants are the perfect blend of style and performance. The pants have a regular but flexible fit that allows free movement.
Jackets and pullovers
A jacket is a must when you’re out at the ski lodge. Jackets worn over western women’s shirt looks casual but stylish and keeps you warm. A Louis Garneau Merit jacket for women over an AE women’s plaid flannel western shirt lets you get the best benefits of winter without giving you frostbite. It looks very fashionable with clean lines. Its welded chest, spacious pockets and two-way zipper make this perfect ski lodge wear. A turtleneck pullover or sweater looks casual and is good for layering.
Leather or suede boots, gloves, scarves and a winter hat and you’re all ready to hit the ski lodge in style.