10 of The Sexiest One-Piece Ski Suits to Instantly Elevate Your Slope Style!
Stylish Ski Suits
I’m so excited to get back to Telluride and start skiing again! Since we’ve been in Spain, I haven’t gotten a chance to do a ton of shopping for ski gear. But since we’re headed back now, I’m looking for some stylish ski suits and chic ski gear to make me feel like a serious pro on the slopes! I’m sharing my favorite, go-to ski jumpsuit, favorite brands, and a few more pieces I’m eyeing below…
Ski style in general is a huge trend this year. Everything from puffers, to après ski style to fair isle sweaters and beyond! But if you’re headed on a ski trip soon and want to look just as stylish on the slopes as you do off, I highly recommend a high-quality ski jumpsuit.
I’ve had this one by Cordova for years and it’s my favorite piece of ski gear to pull out each year. Warmth is one of the biggest considerations when purchasing ski clothing and this one is SO warm, comfortable, and stylish. I love the 80s-inspired look (which is also very on-trend right now).
My husband told me I looked like Uma Thurman in Kill Bill… and I will take it!! During ski season, I try to take advantage by skiing every Friday. So, it only makes sense that I have a little fun with ski fashion! Keep scrolling to find more of my favorite ski clothing brands and some chic one-pieces for stylish skiing…
If you want tips on how to stay warm on the slopes and everything I wear, check out this post.
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Cordova Ski Suit
I LOVE my black and white Cordova suit so much that I thought I’d share a few more of my favorites from the brand. This lavender, red, and black suit is a unique color combo you won’t see many others wearing. And the indigo, electric blue, and white is another cool option!
One of my new favorite ski brands (as of last year) is Perfect Moment. They have really cool, stylish ski gear that’s fashionable AND functional! I have one of their puffers that I wear while skiing to stay warm and with jeans just hanging around town. This jumpsuit might have to be my next purchase from the brand…I love the slimming stripes down the leg, fun stars on the sleeves, and flattering belted waist.
This one-piece is another favorite from the brand I’d love to try. It’s top-rated for waterproofing, has thermal fleece lining, cute striped knit trim and cuffs, and expandable zip hems. It’s super chic and a little sexy, too!
I’ve heard a lot of wonderful things about Free People’s most recent drop of FP Movement pieces…including this cool ski suit. It’s waterproof, insulated to keep you warm (and the cold out), and has an adjustable hooded neckline. My favorite part is the fitted elastic band that helps cinches in the waistline and create an hourglass shape, which can be difficult in bulky ski clothes.
This ski jumpsuit is pricey but how gorgeous is this color!? I love the camel brown, white, and black combo. If you live in a mountain town, take lots of ski trips, or just want to treat yourself, this is a wonderful option that will keep you feeling stylish and warm. It also comes in two other colors I’ve linked.
Another pricey, but high-quality option is this Goldbergh ski suit. It’s made with their water-resistant softshell material that’s also known for breathability without compromising warmth. It has flared legs and a cinched waist for a super flattering look.
Moncler is another high-end brand for ski essentials. I love that this one is sleeveless so you can change out your base layer depending on the look you’re going for. It’s super streamlined and has a belted waist.
This Obermeyer jumpsuit is one of the highest-ranking in terms of warmth. So, if you’re like me and have terrible circulation, this one is for you! I love the color, removable faux fur collar, and flared leg.
This ski suit comes in this cool white and black combo (which I love) and a red and black combo. The quilted thigh panels give it a unique look, I love the contrasting stripes on the side, it has an oversized hood, and a flattering belted waist.
If you’re looking for something at a lower price point, try salopettes pants instead of a full-on jumpsuit. Sweaty Betty is known for their activewear, but they’ve recently started dipping their toe into ski gear. These have a removable bib, breathable, waterproof softshell, and fleece lining for warmth.
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