5 Après-ski Looks to Wear to Aspen and Beyond

Now that winter is officially here, it’s finally snow sport season. Whether you are a fan of skiing, snowboarding, or looking cute in the cabin (the last one is my favorite sport), the right attire is in order. Après-ski is a French term that means “after ski” and is characterized by fashion that screams cozy, chic cabin. Whether you’re sipping hot cocoa by the fireplace or embracing the ski scene at a mountain retreat, this style is all about blending warmth, comfort, and runway-worthy flair. No matter where you are, this snow bunny aesthetic is worthy of embracing for the wintertime. I put together 5 looks that effortlessly transition from mountain peaks to après-ski soirées.

Fashion blogger, Kaye Bassey, wearing a Dolce and Gabanna logo sweaters - Après-ski Looks

5 Après-ski Looks to Wear to Aspen and Beyond

Après-ski Looks - fair isle sweaters

Fair Isle & Kitschy Knits

‘Tis the season for cozy sweaters, especially ones adorned with snowflakes and other fun prints.

Other fair isle / kitschy sweaters:

 

Après-ski Looks - sweater dress

Sweater Dress

Embrace cozy knits, even on nights when you want to dress up. Sweater dresses make for the easiest winter outfits!

Other sweater dresses:

 

Après-ski Looks

Faux-Fur

Faux-fur is back and better than ever. This textured coat is amazing for elevating any look, whether it’s casual or dressy.

Other faux-fur coats:

 

Matching Set

When in doubt, you can always rely on a matching set. Stick to creams and neutrals for that Après-ski aesthetic.

Other matching sets:

 

shearling

Shearling

If you are not a faux-fur person, try your hand at shearling for a more laid back alternative.

Other shearling coats:

 

Which of these Après-ski looks is your favorite?
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