Style for the Slopes
If you’re heading to the snow this season, or if you’re thinking of booking a trip for the first time, I figured I’d get you more excited about the snow topped mountains with a few pictures. We visited Meribel, with a number of easier slopes for beginners to intermediate level, plus a great number of red slopes for those who have the knack. From the very top, the view was breathtaking – I only hope I can bottle the memory of that view forever. But if you’re looking for somewhere for your first ski trip, Meribel or Morzine I would highly recommend! In fact, I’m hoping to head back to Morzine in March!
So many people flock to the Mountains each and every year, and as such, the skiwear market is only getting bigger. Even the lower price high street stores are in on the action now. But if you’re looking for some excellent quality skiwear, that will last you a number of seasons and will make you feel your very best, Sweaty Betty is one of my favourites, alongside Roxy. Although I must admit, I’m a tad biased seeing as I worked for Roxy in their store for a few years back in my University days. I could have told you everything about their skiwear back in that era. Yet even without bias, both of these brands design fashion forward, premium quality and technical garments that truly work. Just have a peek below at what I wore this season and I’ve also thrown a wishlist together of further skiwear items that I didn’t wear, but would have loved to have taken with me!
Just FYI, all imagery was taken in Meribel whilst staying at Chalet Borealis with TG Ski (prices start at £595pp for Classic Chalets and £795pp for Summit Chalets). And we got flights over to Geneva from Heathrow with Swiss. Transfers, amazing English ski instruction (so recommended!!) by Maisonsport and Ski Hire with White Storm.
Are you tempted by the snow this winter?