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In true Autumn/Winter fashion, metallics are everywhere. Glitter, sequins + embellishments are all over the catwalk and the high street too, and this is defo bleeding into the snow world too! I love me some sparkle, I’m like a damn magpie in that respect. (Check out Daenerys Targaryen-Stark up there, that is a look I definitely want to channel on my next ski trip :D)
I found a selection of silver ski jackets that are from all kinds of brands and styles for a bit of inspiration.
- £385 Napapijri Skidoo Paint in Metallic Silver
- £890 Moncler Sangly Padded Silver Jacket
- £95 Topshop SNO Silver Panelled Parka
- £105 The North Face Aconcagua Silver Jacket
- £320 L.A.M.B. x Burton Blitz Down Jacket
- £525 Bogner Fire+Ice Sally Lightweight Silver Ski Jacket
- £515 Napapijri Skidoo Open Lux in Grey
I really like the Napapijri (1) but it’s well out of my price range right now. I’m totally getting the Topshop jacket for Christmas, and I can’t wait to wear it over new year! (I’m spending New Year in the Alps WOOP!) 😀 I’m not sure whether to pair it with black or white trousers though… What do you think?
To get the best out of metallic ski clothing, make sure it is still super-insulating, waterproof and fitted, and also make sure that the material isn’t too sticky-feeling. With metallics, occasionally a coating is used to create the glimmer, but it can feel a bit odd. Make sure it is of a high enough quality that you can have a good day skiing instead of being cold and wet!
How do you feel about metallic snow clothes and silver ski jackets? Yay or nah? Let me know in the comments!