Winter's great for wearing relaxing clothing,
wrapping up warm in sweaters, warm coats and scarves.
There's nothing like a winter walk in the cold to make you
enjoy coming back in to the warm and drinking a nice
hot steaming mug of cocoa!
Whatever the temperature, adding scarves,
hats and gloves can help keep you a whole bunch warmer -
there's some great ranges now which are available in a variety
of colours (for example, with Hawkshead) to help mix and match
with your clothing.
It's tempting to wear darker colours during the winter
months, but it certainly cheers up a winters day if you're
wearing a brightly coloured fleece, jacket or coat - try
something a little adventurous this season.
Here's a few tips for fall wear:-
Some cool ideas there!
Clothing for Skiing
Whether you're a first timer or an experienced skier,
getting the right clothing is essential for your time on the
In many resorts, it's possible to rent or hire some of your
essential equipment, but you might want to buy some of the
following for your trip:-
Ski jackets - with the latest designs in advanced
fabrics women's jackets will be a fashion statement
too. Top brands include Arc'teryx, Burton, Columbia,
Mountain harwear & North Face.
Pants or trousers are an essential part of your
winter ski apparel. Well known labels include Helly
Hansen, Roxy & West beach
Thermal underwear - layering is the key to staying warm
on the slopes. Vests and tops made from natural
fabrics, such as silk, can be light as well as help to keep
Fleeces & warm tops - will help to keep the cold
out for your apres ski adventures
Hats, headwear, gloves & goggles - help
keep the warmth in whilst enjoying the snow covered
Relaxing apres ski - take warm jumpers, leg warmers,
hooded jackets (to keep your ears warm) and a sense of