The Best Luxury Ski Gear For Women in 2020
by Olivia Michel
Swapping the sea for the slopes this winter? Whether you're a pro entering the Superyacht Design Festival Ski Cup in Cortina, or heading to St Moritz's Suvretta House for your first time on the slopes, make sure you do it in style. Browse our edit of the best luxury ski gear for women to find some new additions to your 2020 winter wardrobe.
Fusalp Elancia Ski Trousers, £495
Fusalp's Elancia trousers show that ski wear need not be bulky. Woven from breathable stretch fabric, they've been tailored to create a comfortable yet figure-hugging silhouette.
ROXY Premiere Rockferry Goggles, £150
Treated with anti-fog and anti-scratch finishes, these shatter-resistant goggles from ROXY will ensure peak performance on the slopes. Lined with fleece for warmth and comfort, the Color Luxe NXT photochromic lenses are designed to quickly adapt to changing conditions, reducing eye fatigue without compromising high-definition vision.
Bogner Sport Dana Down Ski Jacket, £1,520
The premium ripsop fabric and goose down lining of the Dana jacket guarantee water resistance and ventilation as well as thermal insulation. While keeping you warm and dry, this ski jacket from Bogner is also super stylish, featuring a bold ice crystal print (or a Canadian maple leaf, depending how you look at it) in red or black.
Bogner Sport Bamboo Ski Helmet, £520
Stay safe and stylish on the slopes with this anthracite and bamboo ski helmet. Supremely stable yet lightweight, this piece of headgear has also been outfitted with ventilation and temperature regulating features.
Burberry Cashmere Check Scarf, £450
Nothing finishes off a winter outfit like a classic Burberry scarf. Crafted in Scotland from pure cashmere, this classic checked scarf will keep you warm on and off the pistes.
Loro Piana Icer Ski Glove, £470
Warm, water-repellent and scratch-resistant, these brightly dyed calf skin gloves are the perfect accessory for your winter holiday. A leather exterior ensures a firm grip on ski poles while the internal wool padding will help keep hands soft and warm during the coldest months.
M. Miller Cashmere Snowflake Sweater, £475
Donning this snowflake-styled cashmere sweater is sure to make you feel extra festive during your alpine holiday. The fine-knit fabric and high neck style will keep wearers warm while maintaining a chic Après ski aesthetic.
Faux Fur-trimmed Moon Boot, £185
For trekking through snow, ski resort regulars are often seen sporting a pair of Moon Boots. Get the snow bunny look with these fur-trimmed, space-age style boots, complete with a sturdy underfoot grip and warm fleece lining.
Falke Impulse Ski 3/4 Tights, £89
These high-quality leggings by Falke have been specifically created for skiers. Made from silicone and knitted materials, they're breathable and fast drying and work to stimulate circulation while worn. the 3/4 length also prevents sore spots by staying out of the way of socks and ski boots.
Eugenia Kim Rain Beanie, £230
Eugenia Kim beanies was given the royal approval when the Duchess of Cambridge wore won on her tour of Sweden in 2018. Made from soft wool and woven through with metallic yarns, they're topped off with a soft faux fur pom pom.