The Fashion Girl’s Guide To Cold-Weather Vacation Destinations
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While many venture off to tropical locales to escape the cold, some prefer to bask in a wintry wonderland. Such destinations are perfect for ski and snow enthusiasts to enjoy a quintessential, flurry-filled holiday season. However, we all know dressing for frigid temperatures can be tricky and packing functional pieces that are equally chic is the biggest challenge. Lucky for us, Uniqlo is our one-stop shop for staples that can easily be mixed and matched in ensembles that are guaranteed to keep you warm. From nubby knits to elevated puffers, we’ve selected our favorite pieces fit for chic cold-weather getaways that fashion girls love.
This resort town north of Vancouver is one of the most popular ski and snowboarding destinations in the world. A longline puffer is a must when tackling the snow. Keep everything else streamlined with a sleek turtleneck sweater and insulated leggings. Add on a pom-pom beanie for flair and warmth.
One of the most glamorous cold-weather locales, Aspen is home to the chicest ski resorts. Opt for a statement faux-fur coat to team with a knit midi dress and wide-brim fedora for day-to-night outings.
The quaint town of Hokkaido is a beautiful oasis of breathtaking snowcapped mountains and iconic hot springs. Relax and take in the majestic sights by staying comfortable and toasty in a thick parka coat, high-waisted jeans, nubby turtleneck and beanie.
Swiss Alps, Switzerland
The gorgeous European mountains call for a super functional yet polished down coat accented with faux-fur trim. A high-waisted legging will keep your body warm, along with a thick ribbed sweater. Layer with a checked scarf to protect your neck.
Jackson Hole, WY
This quiet Wyoming town is the perfect winter getaway when you're craving peace and nature. Combine a fleece vest and coat for ultimate warmth. Wear a super-soft, long-sleeve crewneck as a base and a thick pair of stretchy pants for additional comfort.