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Practicality or Personality? What to Wear on the Slopes

Practicality or Personality? What to Wear on the Slopes

There are two kinds of people: those waiting for a sunny day on the beach and those wishing ski season would never end. If you’re the former, I’m afraid that you’ve got a little longer to wait, and for the latter – now is the time to head to the slopes to seize the last moments of the prime skiing season.

Heading to the mountains delivers a fashion conundrum – to be fashionable or to be practical? Moncler perfectly answers this with their myriad of collections; some in collaboration with established designers and others rooted in their heritage. Arguably no one knows cold weather dressing like Moncler: founded in 1952 in a small alpine town the brand has clothed teams for numerous expeditions to some of the coldest places on earth. While we certainly don’t expect you to be embarking on any missions, Moncler’s history informs its present enabling it to create some of the most reliable pieces designed to be worn in the snow; and they’re not dull. Moncler delivers patterned two pieces in checks and florals, as well as sleek athleisure for apres ski.

Here are 3 outfits for the next time you’re in the mountains:

Outfit 01: Palu Jacket, Sportive Trousers & Padded Backpack.

What To Wear In The Snow Blog Post Outfit 01

Outfit 02: Jehan Jacket, 1952 Patch Sweater & Logo Patch Cap.

What To Wear In The Snow Blog Post Outfit 02

Outfit 03: Girdwood Jacket, Logo Hoodie & Logo Beanie.

 What To Wear In The Snow Blog Post Outfit 03

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