Under $100/ Designer/ Fashion / 27 Feb, 2023

Everyday Ski Essentials You Can Wear Now & Later


fashion blogger wearing a winter outfit from saksWinter is slowly coming to an end, so as you wrap up any last minute ski trips, you’ll want to invest in versatile pieces that you can wear now through the next few months. Casual basics are a great starting point as they are comfortable, functional, and can be styled in endless ways. I’m sure you know how tough it can be to find high-quality, stylish basics that you can wear in the cold without breaking the bank. That’s where Saks Fifth Avenue comes in! They have a great selection of ski basics that also work for everyday wear, like athleisure separates, insulated jackets, and seasonal footwear. Everything is made with top-notch materials, so you’ll be getting pieces that’ll last. And even though Saks is known for their luxury items, they have plenty of affordable options, so you don’t have to sacrifice quality for price. Below, I’m sharing four ski trip essentials that you can find at Saks and take with you into the new season!

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Puffer & Padded Jackets

Since we’re heading into spring, I typically try to invest in outerwear that I can wear now and later. In Minnesota, it’ll feel like winter through April. So while most of the country is reaching for denim jackets and trench coats, I’ll still be cozying up in a ski jacket. That’s why I splurged on this Sam. shearling trim puffer. It’s made from high-performance fabrics that are warm enough to endure Minnesota’s freezing temperatures all the way into the spring season. If you’re in other parts of the country though, you’ll love the variety of lightweight quilted jackets at Saks.


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Fitted Jumpsuits

Form-fitting jumpsuits (or unitards) have become an obsession of mine. For me, they’re the ultimate ski layer that you can also wear daily. They simplify the getting ready process – and also look amazing on their own. Since I already own a few variations with sleeves, I opted for this strappy one-piece for when the weather gets warmer. Choose a neutral color like beige or black for maximum versatility.


fashion blogger wearing a SAM shearling puffer jacket from saks

Belt Bags

One of the accessories I don’t talk about enough is belt bags. This practical and functional accessory is rather stylish and looks great with any casual fit. Since belt bags come in a variety of materials and sizes, they can be suitable for a range of occasions. I love how they allow for hands-free movement while still keeping your essentials close by. This comes in handy when you’re skiing in the winter and then heading to the beach in the spring. They definitely won’t be going out of style anytime soon, so if you’re looking for options, Saks has you covered from designer pieces to more affordable ones.


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When it comes to shoes that you can wear on a ski trip as well as in the spring, combat and chelsea boots are your best bet. Style-wise, both are on-trend and functional, especially those with a chunky lug sole.


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xo, Maria

Outfit Details

Sam. Shearling-Trim Down Jacket (wearing an XS)
Prada Monolith Combat Boots (run TTS)
Splits59 Jersey Jumpsuit (wearing an XS)
Saint Laurent Classic Belt Bag (similar here)
Bottega Veneta Aviator Sunglasses

This post is sponsored by Saks Fifth Avenue.

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