A Chic, Affordable Ski Outfit for the One-Trip-Per-Year Skier

Affordable Ski Outfit Under $200!

I recently shared 5 new stylish ski outfits that many of you loved…But I also got a lot of requests for a more affordable ski outfit. Many of you said you only go skiing once or twice a year and aren’t quite ready to invest in some of your ski clothing. Well, the outfit below is for you! It’s a chic but affordable ski outfit for the one-trip-a-year skier! Each piece is under $200 and most of them should work seamlessly with ski gear you already have.

If you’re interested in a really luxe ski outfit, make sure you check out this post. For those of you who prefer a ski jumpsuit, this post is for you!

Affordable Ski Outfit Under $200

More Ski-Related Posts

5 stylish ski outfits I’ll be wearing this year here.
How to stay warm on the slopes here.
Luxe ski jumpsuit and my favorite ski brands here.
My recent #1 favorite ski clothing brand here.
Everything you need to know about your trip to Telluride, Colorado here.
Must-have winter coats & jackets here.

Note: In my luxe ski outfit post, I shared my favorite helmet and heated ski boots. If you’re not a frequent skier, you can always rent your skis, ski boots, and helmet wherever you’re going!

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Ski Pants w/ Suspenders

These super high waisted ski pants have adjustable, removable suspenders and I love the unique mint green color!

Ski Jacket

This ski jacket is so fun! I love the on-trend metallic gold. I purchased a silver metallic jacket for this ski season but I might need this gold one too! You can wear this jacket with white or black pants. And it's currently on sale for $120!

Cashmere Sweater

This beautiful cashmere sweater by one of my favorite cashmere brands, AQUA, is perfect whether you’re actually skiing or après ski is more your style. The cashmere is super warm too!

Ski Buffs

This is one of those things I discovered after living in Colorado and skiing more often... a ski buff is now my go-to. I used to use the fleece buffs, but these are better because they are lightweight, and you can easily adjust them to cover your mouth and nose. They can also go up over your head to keep it even warmer. I recommend getting a printed one for fun and a solid one!

Ski Pants

These Topshop Sno pants have a cool belted waist and a flattering straight-leg silhouette.


This brand of goggles is really popular and a great price point. These come in a couple of different lens color options!

Waterproof Boots

Whether you’re heading straight from skiing to lunch/dinner or just need a chic (and warm) pair of boots for your next ski trip, I highly recommend Sorel boots. I love the chunky sole on these, but Sorel has lots of options.

Cute Beanie

This beanie is such a pretty color but comes in a few other option too. It's really nice to have a hat you can throw on at lunch. For really really cold ski days, wear the beanie under your helmet too!

Cashmere Pom Pom Hat

This black pom pom hat is lovely for après ski, outdoors or just regular winter outfits. Plus, it's cashmere!


You have to finish off your look with the perfect sunglasses for your slope-side, outdoor lunch. Wear these on the chair lift too on days it's warm and not windy.
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