Ensure your next alpine adventure is as chic as can be with our edit of the best ski wear, from affordable high street options to blow-the-budget designer pieces.

There are so many options to hit the slopes in style right now and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune. Loads of high street brands have launched their own ski wear collections – H&M, Oysho, Zara, Topshop – offering trend-led pieces with practical technology that’s going to keep you warm and dry on the powder.

If you’re a keen ski bunny and are looking to invest long-term in an alpine wardrobe, there are also plenty of high-end brands adding a modern cool to the sport. Perfect Moments is one to bookmark if you’re after a Christmas card-esque retro aesthetic, whilst US brand Cordova is giving us ‘90s supermodel on the slopes vibes.

Scroll to shop our edit of the best pieces, from salopettes and goggles to moon boots and base layers, for a variety of budgets…

If you’re into this season’s infatuation with silver trousers you are going to love Perfect Moment’s foil set – sure to make you standout on the slopes and in the aprés ski bars.


For effortless on-piste looks, look no further than Cordova. Founded by Jane and Cody Seim in Sun Valley, Idaho, the collection comprises tailored ski pieces with a nod to the old glamour of the slopes – think form-fitting one-pieces, cinched-in waist puffers and luxe metal finishes. 

If you’re keen to bring more colour to the course, check out Perfect Moment’s reversible fleece jacket which features cool black vinyl on one side and cute red and white stars on the other.  Definitely not one for any wallflowers, but it will make a serious impact on the slopes.

And for accessories, Celine’s studded mirror goggles will take your ski looks to new altitudes.


Finally, the high street has really come into its own on the skiwear front in recent years. Topshop’s ski collection (now available exclusively at ASOS) gets top marks for on-trend pieces, from cute animal print snow mittens to cooler, looser ski dungarees. 

If you’re in the market for ski wear but want to put most of the budget behind the aprés bar tab instead, it’s worth checking out Oysho. The online brand hits at high street prices and offers some seriously good ski, sport and loungewear pieces. We particularly love their geometric print crop padded jacket. With an oversized neck, cropped waist detail and on-trend quilting, it will ensure you look the part on the slopes even if it’s your first time.

zara ski wear

Zara’s affordable skiwear balances function with elegant silhouettes and high-end look detailing. This camel and black colourway is super chic.

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