13 Very Chic Ski Outfit Ideas For Stylish Women

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Skiing is a favorite sport for many jet setting bombshells during the winter. And one of the most important questions you may wonder before hitting the slopes, what will you wear of course.

Whether you’re hitting the slopes in Aspen, or perhaps Switzerland or France, it’s time to start getting outfit ideas for one of the most anticipated winter activities of the year. Skiing! What does a girl wear when you want to stay warm (of course), but you also want to to the mountain in style.

Looking for inspiration for some super chic ski outfit ideas? Look no further ski bunny…

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Here are 13 stylish ski outfits, cute ski outfits, and chic ski outfit ideas for women.

Ski style has come a long way since the very first pair of skis were created in the early 18th century. At that time, skiing was only for the wealthy elite who could afford to purchase this new and expensive hobby. Over time, as skiing became more popular, so too did ski fashion.


Early skiers would dress in their finest clothes and accessories to show off their wealth and status.


In the 1950s and 1960s, ski style for women became even more glamorous and stylish. Women began to wear sleek and elegant clothing, often in bright colors and patterns.

They also started to add more decorative elements to their outfits, such as fur coats and stoles.


The 1970s saw a shift in ski fashion, with a move towards more casual and comfortable clothing. This was due in part to the popularization of the ski boot, which made it easier for people to ski in everyday clothes.


As a result, women began to wear more relaxed styles, such as sweatpants and t-shirts.


In the 1980s and 1990s, ski style once again became more elegant and glamorous. Women began to wear more fitted clothing, often in bright colors and bold patterns. They also started to accessorize their outfits with statement jewelry and sunglasses.


Chic women’s ski style has evolved over the years to include both classic and modern elements. Today, women can choose from a wide range of stylish skiwear options, including pants, jackets, hats, scarves, and gloves.

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While the ski style in some cities may be more classic and elegant, others tend to be more casual and comfortable.


Aspen’s ski style is one of the chicest and most elegant in North America. In Aspen, the women dress very fashionably. You can find them wearing sleek pantsuits, fur coats, and stoles.


On the other hand, in Vail, Colorado you will find women wearing more relaxed clothing, such as sweatpants and t-shirts. This is due in part to the fact that Vail is a more casual town, where people come to ski and snowboard with friends.

Skiing has become more of a sport than a leisure activity in Vail, so the women’s ski style reflects this.


Among the chicest sky towns in Europe include Gstaad, St. Moritz, and Cortina. These towns are known for their luxurious hotels, high-end restaurants, and glamorous clientele.

As a result, the ski style in these towns is very elegant and refined. You can find women wearing beautiful dresses, fitted pantsuits, and fur coats while skiing down the slopes.

No matter what your preference is, there is sure to be a style that suits you. Be sure to do your research before hitting the slopes, so you can choose the right clothing for your needs.


A popular look on the most stylish mountains is Moon Boots. Also known as Moonboots, these stylish shoes have been around for decades and have been a staple for a fashionable ski trip for many.

There are many reasons why Moon Boots have maintained their popularity for so long. For one, they are extremely comfortable and provide extra cushioning and insulation.

They are also stylish and can be worn with a variety of different outfits. Additionally, Moon Boots are versatile and can be used for a variety of activities, such as skiing, snowboarding, and walking.


Other popular ski brands include Spyder, Obermeyer, and Patagonia.

Popular fashion retailers such as ASOS and Misguided also carry very trendy ski clothes and ski outfits for women.

Because we couldn’t contain our list to just 13.. here 4 more stylish ski looks.


The future of ski style is constantly evolving, so it’s hard to say exactly what it will look like. However, I predict that we will see more mixing of classic and modern elements, with an emphasis on comfort and functionality.

Ski fashion will continue to be popular among both men and women, and we will see more creative uses of materials and color.

Skiing is a popular winter sport that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. It can be an exhilarating experience, and it’s even more fun when you’re dressed in the right clothing.

Ski style has come a long way over the years, and there are now many different options to choose from. Whether you want to be elegant and refined or casual and relaxed, there is a style that will fit your needs.

Do your research before hitting the slopes, and be sure to have fun while enjoying this winter sport!

Tell us in the comments, where will you go skiing this year? Where are the best places to find great stylish ski wear for women?


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  • Tiffany says:

    Hi! I noticed my photo is being used in your blog. Would appreciate it if you could tag my handle @bui_basics for the photo of me and my sister on the slopes. Thanks!

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  • Maria says:

    Love most of the looks! But please don’t promote white and pale pastel outfits for on the mountain – they are very dangerous to wear especially if it’s snowing. You can not see people wearing white or pale pastels and I’ve seen many collisions on the mountain because of it.

  • Alanna Lo Schiavo says:

    I have skied since 1956 across this world and am still ski=ing. My mother skied in the 1930’s as the medical officer at the Chalet at Mt Kosciosko in Australia.
    I still think the best ski fashion I ever saw was at the Gstaad Palace in 1966, Sadly I couldn’t afford it.
    But I have kept my old gear and am amused it’s all coming back into fashion.
    However I now do “Rock Chick”
    Two groups of people usually wear white/pale – the raw beginner – try a red beanie or helmet – and the experienced skier. The latter will instinctively get out of your way. Hearing is important too. We know when there is someone hurtling behind us. Nor would we wear all-white during a whiteout Whereas the novice simply gets dirty with the first fall. They are on the lower slopes. And they are going to collide – whatever they are wearing.
    One concern. 50 years ago we also had metallics. People discovered they would fall – and then keep on falling. They were unable to stop themselves because of the high gloss slipperiness of the fabric.Although they do look spectacular – and Courreges did it first in the very early 70’s, just check before you buy.
    Have fun with the sport and its ever-changing – since man went on the moon – accoutrements and ski-ing styles.

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