Every December, we head to Ski Town U.S.A., aka Park City, Utah, aka where we got engaged and married (and where my in-laws have a place) for the holidays. It’s the most magical time of year to spend in the mountains, and the skiing is truly the best. But we also love getting in some time on the slopes later in the season, especially in spring, when I find the conditions are the best and late spring skiing often brings the biggest powder dumps. As much as we are partial to Park City, we also love visiting other ski towns. I still have a bunch on my list, but Jackson Hole, Telluride, and Aspen are some of my faves that I love coming back to when we get the chance. As much as I love the skiing and the apres-skiing, my other favorite part of a ski vacation is the fashion. It’s just one of those vacations where you really get to dress the part. From the Fur vests, boots, jackets, and pretty much fur everything to the look of furry snow or moon boots with shiny leggings and a big ol’ ski sweater. It’s so comfy and so chic. It’s probably partly the setting and then also the fur touches, but there’s something so glam in that comfy-chic way about ski fashion, both on and off the slopes.
ON THE SLOPES