Hitting the Slopes? Here’s What to Pack

Isobel Ridley

Posted on January 27 2022

Layer Up

Wear our thermal Silk Rib Roll Neck as a base, then add as many layers as needed for a day on the hill. Light layers are best as you can pop them in a small backpack or pocket if you find yourself getting a little too warm on a bluebird day. Our Scottish Cashmere Neckwarmer makes a great addition to your look, too, as it’s super soft and gentler on the skin than synthetic fabrics.

Après Ready

This is where those light layers come in handy - if you haven’t worked up a sweat after a day on the slopes, you certainly will in a packed après-ski bar! It’s nice to have a base layer chic enough to enjoy a post-ski drink or two in. Our Scottish Cashmere Bobble Hat is small enough to carry in that backpack of yours, so you don’t have to worry about helmet hair either!

Chalet Dinner

A day on the slopes can leave you red-nosed and feeling less than fresh, so it’s nice to feel a bit more put together come dinner time. Pair one of our stylish Striped Roll Necks with a pair of jeans and a simple necklace to feel evening-ready whilst sticking to the casual dress code of a ski resort. Layer up for the walk in Scottish Cashmere Wristwarmers, Bobble Hat and your ski jacket and you’re good to go.

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