Skiwear doesn't get chicer (or more effortless to put together) than an all in one ski suit. Amp that up with one from a luxury label, and voila you have instant Bond girl vibes on the slopes.
The look can take any skier from looking like beginner to total pro, at least where the style stakes are concerned. Luckily for us this season Balmain, Pucci and Cordova have plenty of fantastic options to make sure you stay on piste when it comes to your winter wardrobe.
The 7 chicest designer ski suits to shop now:
Balmain and Rossignol have teamed up on a collection of skiwear that harnesses the technical nous of the latter with the illustrious style of the former. This ski suit is made from stretch-shell trimmed with contrasting jacquard. The silhouette is exactly what you'd expect from Olivier Rousteing, with structured shoulders and a belted waist creating a dramatic hourglass figure.
Belted printed ski suit, £3,095, Net-A-Porter
Italian luxury meets performance-driven French skiwear with the Pucci x Fusalp collaboration. This ski suit is printed technical fabric with bold and colorful swirls, has an exaggerated high neck, and is finished with Pucci's two intertwined fish motifs on the zippers. Perfect for maximalists.
Printed ski suit, £1,470, MyTheresa
Designed for high performance, this ski jumpsuit is made of stretch Extreme-Tex, an innovative fabric created by Prada and born from the desire to combine cutting-edge textile technologies with eco-sustainable manufacturing methods. Made of post-consumer recycled polyamide yarns, the triple-layer fabric is breathable and resistant to water and wind not to mention you'll be the best dressed on the slopes while wearing it.
Extreme-Tex stretch ski jumpsuit £3,750, Prada
The quick-drying, waterproof ski suit by Boss Womenswear, features thermal-fleece lining, internal knee pads, a zipped flared leg and monograms and star motifs. Part of the Boss x Perfect Moment capsule collection, the style unites their heritage style with a retro aesthetic for a bold statement on the slopes.
Hooded ski suit with stars, £1,195, Hugo Boss
Toni Sailer is known for its youthful spin on skiwear. Featuring a tactile teddy upper, the Eva skit suit has a front zip fastening and flared legs. Perfect for those of you who want a pop of colour but not ready to invest in an all over printed suit yet. So stylish you won't be able to resist an Apres photo opportunity.
Eva ski suit, £1,399, MyTheresa
Farm Rio's ski suit is paneled in a cheerful medley of tropical prints - so it's guaranteed to make a statement on and off the slopes. It's made from padded shell with a generous neck and hood, and a belt cinching the waist. Not one for the faint-hearted, this one is a head (or should we say helmet?) turner for sure.
Belted printed padded ski suit, £630, Net-A-Porter
Cordova's 'The Telluride' suit, is designed to look like you're wearing separates. Made from waterproof fabric, the bodice is blended with wool and the suit's slim twill legs have four-way stretch that allows for plenty of movement on the slopes. The generous chest pockets are perfect for your lift pass and cardholder. (This editor's personal favourite.)
Telluride ski suit, £1,370, Net-A-Porter
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