Epic scenery, white snow-capped peaks and dramatic slopes, Telluride’s allure goes beyond just a natural settle of powdered mountains. Chill apres-ski at the bottom of the slopes, hit the spa or indulge in heart foods in one of Colorado’s most impressive ski spots. First timer and unsure what to pack? No problem, you’ll be skiing with ease once you’ve got all the gear you need.

Let it Snow

Power dressing exists on the mountain tops just as much as it does in the boardroom. But leave your tailoring at home, these suits bring fun to a whole new level. The Aspen Striped Stretch Shell snowsuit feels Power Ranger-esque that certainly won’t go unnoticed swishing your way down.  



Apres Ski

If you aren’t one to hit the slopes as enthusiastically as if you were Elsa from Frozen then maybe ‘apres ski’ is more your style. If you love to add texture in your outfits this Vera Fur-Trimmed Puffer coat by Alexandre Vauthier is ideal for both on the slopes and later enjoying an after ski beverage. You’re sure to feel all the cozy vibes in this number.

Fluffy Details

An alternative to a classic winter hat, ear muffs add a cutesy-finish to a ski look, whether you’re doing it for the ‘gram or simply to keep your ears away from the cold. Knitted with two-tone fox-fur, this oversized set is connected with a felt band for comfort and non-slip style.

College Fashion


The key to dressing well on the slopes is finding items that serve all purposes during your trip. Calf hair Margherita Cavallino boots by Montelliana house a sturdy rubber sole that makes walking anywhere a breeze. While their sheen finish means you don’t have to compromise on style.


Even the most warm-blooded of souls still get cloud surrounded by inches of snow so this Chatel Quilted Goose Down feather jacket has an adjustable hood and detachable powder skirt ideal for those moments in action.

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Knitwear – everyone’s winter best friend. A refined addition to the Ralph Lauren wardrobe is this Two-Tone Wool and Cashmere-Blend sweater. Fitted with roll neck and drawstring for extra warmth with a relaxed fit for comfort and style.


Much like the importance of a warm overcoat, sturdy footwear is a necessity. Bally’s Chack Fur-Trimmed Hiking boots, add texture while their rubber soles are great for rough terrain. Their durability will certainly see you through the winter of luxury ski destinations.

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Luxury Touches

Why wear a regular beanie when you can wear a plush one? Maison Margiela’s ribbed wool beanie in cream is both a functional and stylish way to keep warm whether you’re coming down the mountain or relaxing ‘apres-ski’.