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If you ever struggle to pack for a trip, let it be a beach holiday for 2 weeks, a quick business trip or a ski trip, I want to help. I have created a couple of packing guides to start with but I would love to hear what other cities or types of destinations you want to pack for so send me a DM with your requests and I will post them here!

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I also love having a belt bag or a mini backpack on me while skiing to hold my mini water bottle and some snacks and my sunglasses. My ski jacket is fitted so I need the extra space to carry these with me :)

Like helmet, goggles, neck warmer and gloves! YOU NEED THEM ALL! 

I have a helmet that is together with the goggles/visor and I love this style! It's like wearing and extremely oversized pair of sunnies. Looks a bit alien but still cute. Underneath I wear a neck warmer or a balaclava that also covers my head. Looks a bit funny and makes me look super ugly but I prefer this style especially when it is windy and because it also keeps my hair in place. I got one at Mammoth lakes from the softest material  and my gloves are from Salomon.


6. Accessories

I don't own my own ski boots yet but when I will it will probably be from Nordica. The last two times I went skiing Nordica was the only brand whose boots didn't hurt my ankles. I am thinking my ankles might be positioned in an unusual spot as many (all I have tried so far) other brands were hurting the same way. So don't be shy and try as many as possible before renting your ski boots.
Also don't be afraid to ask for shorter skis than what they suggest if you are a beginner (or if you are not a confident skier) as it makes skiing so much easier.

5. Boots and skis

I wanted something that is timeless and stylish as I planned on not getting new outfit for long time. So I chose form fitting pants with high waist not only because that is flattering but it also keeps you warmer. I really wanted a skinny fit but the way the skinny pants end inside your ski boots is not very comfortable for me unfortunately so I got one that goes over your boots but is a skinny fit until your knees. The jacket is also a feminine style with a belt at the waist which I think is also a timeless and always stylish fit.
I bought them at OYSHO which is a sportswear and underwear brand from Inditex (ZARA) and I love them. I got them 2 years ago so I can definitely tell you that it is good quality and works and that is is water resistant and all. 

I actually changed the fur on the hood of my Oysho jacket from the original black to white. I just thought it made it more chic and unique!

What I actually really wanted was a cute ski suit but unless I live on the slopes and can go home to use the restroom I wouldn't wear a one piece. Just imagining it touching the bathroom floor while I go the the restroom...

if you are serious about skiing in the future you should invest in the ski jacket and pants as you don't actually need a new one every season if you choose smart.

4. Ski outfit

Fleece is my favourite part of the layering because it's warm, soft and fuzzy. MY husband doesn't like them because he finds it too warm so wears a different much cooler layer instead. But I love it. I am always cold even in warmer parts of California so a fleece is a must for me. I like it when it zips all the way down just cause sometimes it will get to warm and you want to be able to remove layers easily and I like it to be a really long fit to cover my hips at the back as it is always just so cold there! 

3. Fleece

I bought a new pair of ski socks during this trip at Mammoth lakes and I learned a lesson. Even though it said it's the warmest pair of socks it wasn't at all especially compared to my old ski socks. The difference when I compared the socks was not only the material of the warmer pair felt "fluffier" and "fuzzier" I discovered that the toe area was of a much thicker material on the warmer pair than on the new one. And it made all the difference. 

2. Ski socks

It is super important to pay attention to your base layer. It looks like a normal pair of leggings and just a tight top, but it's not. It is actually absorbing your sweat and heat to keep you warm and dry. There is nothing worse than feeling a wet layer of clothing under your ski outfit! just imagine brrr and it would most probably make you feel colder too. So pay special attention and only buy your base leggings and top at sports stores.

1. Base layers

If you are new to skiing like I once was a couple of years ago you definitely need some help from someone more experienced to tell you what you need to buy and pack for your trip! Read my experiences below with item you need to get to understand what you have to pay attention for or just look at the links of items I like if you know what you need and just want some cute ski inspo.


At the bottom you will also find the link to my free  checklist that will help you pack!

Ski trip

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I also love having a belt bag or a mini backpack on me while skiing to hold my mini water bottle and some snacks and my sunglasses. My ski jacket is fitted so I need the extra space to carry these with me :)

Like helmet, goggles, neck warmer and gloves! YOU NEED THEM ALL! 

I have a helmet that is together with the goggles/visor and I love this style! It's like wearing and extremely oversized pair of sunnies. Looks a bit alien but still cute. Underneath I wear a neck warmer or a balaclava that also covers my head. Looks a bit funny and makes me look super ugly but I prefer this style especially when it is windy and because it also keeps my hair in place. I got one at Mammoth lakes from the softest material  and my gloves are from Salomon.


6. Accessories

I don't own my own ski boots yet but when I will it will probably be from Nordica. The last two times I went skiing Nordica was the only brand whose boots didn't hurt my ankles. I am thinking my ankles might be positioned in an unusual spot as many (all I have tried so far) other brands were hurting the same way. So don't be shy and try as many as possible before renting your ski boots.
Also don't be afraid to ask for shorter skis than what they suggest if you are a beginner (or if you are not a confident skier) as it makes skiing so much easier.

5. Boots and skis

I wanted something that is timeless and stylish as I planned on not getting new outfit for long time. So I chose form fitting pants with high waist not only because that is flattering but it also keeps you warmer. I really wanted a skinny fit but the way the skinny pants end inside your ski boots is not very comfortable for me unfortunately so I got one that goes over your boots but is a skinny fit until your knees. The jacket is also a feminine style with a belt at the waist which I think is also a timeless and always stylish fit.
I bought them at OYSHO which is a sportswear and underwear brand from Inditex (ZARA) and I love them. I got them 2 years ago so I can definitely tell you that it is good quality and works and that is is water resistant and all. 

I actually changed the fur on the hood of my Oysho jacket from the original black to white. I just thought it made it more chic and unique!

What I actually really wanted was a cute ski suit but unless I live on the slopes and can go home to use the restroom I wouldn't wear a one piece. Just imagining it touching the bathroom floor while I go the the restroom...

if you are serious about skiing in the future you should invest in the ski jacket and pants as you don't actually need a new one every season if you choose smart.

4. Ski outfit

Fleece is my favourite part of the layering because it's warm, soft and fuzzy. MY husband doesn't like them because he finds it too warm so wears a different much cooler layer instead. But I love it. I am always cold even in warmer parts of California so a fleece is a must for me. I like it when it zips all the way down just cause sometimes it will get to warm and you want to be able to remove layers easily and I like it to be a really long fit to cover my hips at the back as it is always just so cold there! 

3. Fleece

I bought a new pair of ski socks during this trip at Mammoth lakes and I learned a lesson. Even though it said it's the warmest pair of socks it wasn't at all especially compared to my old ski socks. The difference when I compared the socks was not only the material of the warmer pair felt "fluffier" and "fuzzier" I discovered that the toe area was of a much thicker material on the warmer pair than on the new one. And it made all the difference. 

2. Ski socks

It is super important to pay attention to your base layer. It looks like a normal pair of leggings and just a tight top, but it's not. It is actually absorbing your sweat and heat to keep you warm and dry. There is nothing worse than feeling a wet layer of clothing under your ski outfit! just imagine brrr and it would most probably make you feel colder too. So pay special attention and only buy your base leggings and top at sports stores.

1. Base layers

If you are new to skiing like I once was a couple of years ago you definitely need some help from someone more experienced to tell you what you need to buy and pack for your trip! Read my experiences below with item you need to get to understand what you have to pay attention for or just look at the links of items I like if you know what you need and just want some cute ski inspo.


At the bottom you will also find the link to my free  checklist that will help you pack!

Beach vacay

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I also love having a belt bag or a mini backpack on me while skiing to hold my mini water bottle and some snacks and my sunglasses. My ski jacket is fitted so I need the extra space to carry these with me :)

Like helmet, goggles, neck warmer and gloves! YOU NEED THEM ALL! 

I have a helmet that is together with the goggles/visor and I love this style! It's like wearing and extremely oversized pair of sunnies. Looks a bit alien but still cute. Underneath I wear a neck warmer or a balaclava that also covers my head. Looks a bit funny and makes me look super ugly but I prefer this style especially when it is windy and because it also keeps my hair in place. I got one at Mammoth lakes from the softest material  and my gloves are from Salomon.


6. Accessories

I don't own my own ski boots yet but when I will it will probably be from Nordica. The last two times I went skiing Nordica was the only brand whose boots didn't hurt my ankles. I am thinking my ankles might be positioned in an unusual spot as many (all I have tried so far) other brands were hurting the same way. So don't be shy and try as many as possible before renting your ski boots.
Also don't be afraid to ask for shorter skis than what they suggest if you are a beginner (or if you are not a confident skier) as it makes skiing so much easier.

5. Boots and skis

I wanted something that is timeless and stylish as I planned on not getting new outfit for long time. So I chose form fitting pants with high waist not only because that is flattering but it also keeps you warmer. I really wanted a skinny fit but the way the skinny pants end inside your ski boots is not very comfortable for me unfortunately so I got one that goes over your boots but is a skinny fit until your knees. The jacket is also a feminine style with a belt at the waist which I think is also a timeless and always stylish fit.
I bought them at OYSHO which is a sportswear and underwear brand from Inditex (ZARA) and I love them. I got them 2 years ago so I can definitely tell you that it is good quality and works and that is is water resistant and all. 

I actually changed the fur on the hood of my Oysho jacket from the original black to white. I just thought it made it more chic and unique!

What I actually really wanted was a cute ski suit but unless I live on the slopes and can go home to use the restroom I wouldn't wear a one piece. Just imagining it touching the bathroom floor while I go the the restroom...

if you are serious about skiing in the future you should invest in the ski jacket and pants as you don't actually need a new one every season if you choose smart.

4. Ski outfit

Fleece is my favourite part of the layering because it's warm, soft and fuzzy. MY husband doesn't like them because he finds it too warm so wears a different much cooler layer instead. But I love it. I am always cold even in warmer parts of California so a fleece is a must for me. I like it when it zips all the way down just cause sometimes it will get to warm and you want to be able to remove layers easily and I like it to be a really long fit to cover my hips at the back as it is always just so cold there! 

3. Fleece

I bought a new pair of ski socks during this trip at Mammoth lakes and I learned a lesson. Even though it said it's the warmest pair of socks it wasn't at all especially compared to my old ski socks. The difference when I compared the socks was not only the material of the warmer pair felt "fluffier" and "fuzzier" I discovered that the toe area was of a much thicker material on the warmer pair than on the new one. And it made all the difference. 

2. Ski socks

It is super important to pay attention to your base layer. It looks like a normal pair of leggings and just a tight top, but it's not. It is actually absorbing your sweat and heat to keep you warm and dry. There is nothing worse than feeling a wet layer of clothing under your ski outfit! just imagine brrr and it would most probably make you feel colder too. So pay special attention and only buy your base leggings and top at sports stores.

1. Base layers

If you are new to skiing like I once was a couple of years ago you definitely need some help from someone more experienced to tell you what you need to buy and pack for your trip! Read my experiences below with item you need to get to understand what you have to pay attention for or just look at the links of items I like if you know what you need and just want some cute ski inspo.


At the bottom you will also find the link to my free  checklist that will help you pack!

City Escape

Get the CHECKLIST

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SKI TRIP PACKING CHECKLIST

I also love having a belt bag or a mini backpack on me while skiing to hold my mini water bottle and some snacks and my sunglasses. My ski jacket is fitted so I need the extra space to carry these with me :)

Like helmet, goggles, neck warmer and gloves! YOU NEED THEM ALL! 

I have a helmet that is together with the goggles/visor and I love this style! It's like wearing and extremely oversized pair of sunnies. Looks a bit alien but still cute. Underneath I wear a neck warmer or a balaclava that also covers my head. Looks a bit funny and makes me look super ugly but I prefer this style especially when it is windy and because it also keeps my hair in place. I got one at Mammoth lakes from the softest material  and my gloves are from Salomon.


6. Accessories

I don't own my own ski boots yet but when I will it will probably be from Nordica. The last two times I went skiing Nordica was the only brand whose boots didn't hurt my ankles. I am thinking my ankles might be positioned in an unusual spot as many (all I have tried so far) other brands were hurting the same way. So don't be shy and try as many as possible before renting your ski boots.
Also don't be afraid to ask for shorter skis than what they suggest if you are a beginner (or if you are not a confident skier) as it makes skiing so much easier.

5. Boots and skis

I wanted something that is timeless and stylish as I planned on not getting new outfit for long time. So I chose form fitting pants with high waist not only because that is flattering but it also keeps you warmer. I really wanted a skinny fit but the way the skinny pants end inside your ski boots is not very comfortable for me unfortunately so I got one that goes over your boots but is a skinny fit until your knees. The jacket is also a feminine style with a belt at the waist which I think is also a timeless and always stylish fit.
I bought them at OYSHO which is a sportswear and underwear brand from Inditex (ZARA) and I love them. I got them 2 years ago so I can definitely tell you that it is good quality and works and that is is water resistant and all. 

I actually changed the fur on the hood of my Oysho jacket from the original black to white. I just thought it made it more chic and unique!

What I actually really wanted was a cute ski suit but unless I live on the slopes and can go home to use the restroom I wouldn't wear a one piece. Just imagining it touching the bathroom floor while I go the the restroom...

if you are serious about skiing in the future you should invest in the ski jacket and pants as you don't actually need a new one every season if you choose smart.

4. Ski outfit

Fleece is my favourite part of the layering because it's warm, soft and fuzzy. MY husband doesn't like them because he finds it too warm so wears a different much cooler layer instead. But I love it. I am always cold even in warmer parts of California so a fleece is a must for me. I like it when it zips all the way down just cause sometimes it will get to warm and you want to be able to remove layers easily and I like it to be a really long fit to cover my hips at the back as it is always just so cold there! 

3. Fleece

I bought a new pair of ski socks during this trip at Mammoth lakes and I learned a lesson. Even though it said it's the warmest pair of socks it wasn't at all especially compared to my old ski socks. The difference when I compared the socks was not only the material of the warmer pair felt "fluffier" and "fuzzier" I discovered that the toe area was of a much thicker material on the warmer pair than on the new one. And it made all the difference. 

2. Ski socks

It is super important to pay attention to your base layer. It looks like a normal pair of leggings and just a tight top, but it's not. It is actually absorbing your sweat and heat to keep you warm and dry. There is nothing worse than feeling a wet layer of clothing under your ski outfit! just imagine brrr and it would most probably make you feel colder too. So pay special attention and only buy your base leggings and top at sports stores.

1. Base layers

If you are new to skiing like I once was a couple of years ago you definitely need some help from someone more experienced to tell you what you need to buy and pack for your trip! Read my experiences below with item you need to get to understand what you have to pay attention for or just look at the links of items I like if you know what you need and just want some cute ski inspo.


At the bottom you will also find the link to my free  checklist that will help you pack!

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