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Taking some time today to break down a few of my snow style staples. Most of these shots were captured earlier this month during a stay at the Ritz Carlton Bachelor Gulch in Colorado! Scroll through as I walk through some of my favorites for the snowy season ahead.

A great hat // This hat has been one of my favorite winter purchases this year – and at $85 is a steal for the quality. It is super cozy with a fleece lining and a thick sweater gauge. If you are looking for a cheaper hat alternative – at only $19 – I can vouch for this one.

A functional vest // Moncler makes my favorite vests for venturing out into the cold, but they can be quite expensive. I typically look for them on sale on The Real Real during the summer months (I scored two for each under $300 this year). This classic style is by far my favorite. If you are looking for a quality, functional vest under $200 I would recommend this one and at $100 this one is an amazing quality for the price!

Warm layers // I have already professed my love again and again for these leggings, but I will go ahead and do it again. I wear these under all my snow pants for extra warmth and love how they are flattering enough to wear alone (unlike most thermal leggings). After trying lots of different options I have found this thermal top to be my favorite – functional, flattering and just fitted enough!

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Cozy pants // Once I am off of the slopes for the day I like to change into pants that are cozy enough to be worn around the lodge. I have been loving these ones from Aether – I actually wore them on a flight yesterday! I also have been eyeing these wide leg knit pants and these amazing cashmere joggers – both at great prices.

An oversized scarf // Is it a wrap? Is it a scarf? Is it a travel blanket? Yes to all! I love a great scarf that can do it all. White + Warren remains one of my favorite brands – you can shop all the colors here, here, here and here.

Thick, thick socks // My feet turn into icicles from about October to March so warm socks are an absolute must have. At just $18 these are my all-time favorites and are worn with all of my snow style looks.

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Sorrel Boots // Fleece lined and super comfy – the perfect boot for both the ski slopes and walking the streets of NYC – the Joan of Arctic boot is a snow style staple for me. I wasn’t convinced, but since beginning to wear them about two years ago, when the snow hits I can’t live without them.

Ski Pants // Again Aether has been my go-to for ski pants and for so many other ski items. I have worn these in the past but this year have switched it up and love the updated snow bib.

The best coat under $100 // This coat has over 5,000 positive reviews and is a best seller. I bought it and couldn’t agree more.