Cute ski clothes you can wear off the slopes
Bing Shopping | Long underwear
Let that adorable floral print peek out at the neck and sleeves of a crewneck sweater.
Tree top 1st layer top, $50, roxy.com
Bing Shopping | Puffer vest
Layer it under a plain peacoat to make it look like it has a cool, bright lining.
Weekender gilet, $180, stella mccartney for adidas, adidas.com
Quick dry flannel shirts
Bing Shopping | Quick-dry flannel
Work it into a tomboy-ish outfit with brogues and skinny cords.
Player flannel, $74.95, burton.com
Bing Shopping | Neck warmer
Pair it with black moto jackets, too, not just your ski parka. It'll add a bit of model-off-duty layering perfection to your look.
Neckwarmer, $42, stella mccartney for adidas, adidas.com
Bing Shopping | Polarized sunglasses
They'd give jeans and a t-shirt just the right amount of attitude.
Polarized "frogskin" sunglasses, $170, oakley, sunglasshut.com
Bing Shopping | Fleece layer
It'd be pretty adorable with a breton striped shirt and some red ballet flats.
Pick up fleece, $119.95, burton.com
Bing Shopping | Ski pants
Tucked into tall black boots, they'd also make good date night pants.
Classic ski pants, $595, moncler, saks.com
Bing Shopping | Ski hat
It's a whole lot of adorable-ness, so keep the rest of your outfit super-simple.
Ski hat with stripes, $88, kate spade new york, bloomingdales.com
Bing Shopping | Puffer jacket
Color-blocked and sleek, it fits in that category of puffers you want to wear out to dinner, too.
Ski puffer, $830, authier, jcrew.com
Bing Shopping | Turtleneck
They make the best layering pieces underneath jumpers and sleeveless dresses—super-slim, yet totally warm.
Heattech turtleneck, $14.90, uniqlo.com