How to Pack for a Snowy Long Weekend

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Whether you’re going to Vermont or the Alps, the trickiest part of getting ready for a ski trip is figuring out what to pack. Since winter clothes are so bulky and space in your carry-on is precious, every single item has to earn its keep.

Our solution? Reach for multi-purpose pieces that can carry you both on and off the slopes. Then add in minimal accessories that will help elevate any look for ultimate ski chic.

Below, shop some of our cold weather favorites.

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Waterproof Bag

Waterproof Bag
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This is the perfect bag for any snowy escape. Its waterproof material makes it easy to wipe down and the bright color is an instant pick-me-up.

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Base Layer Top

Base Layer Top
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Cacti in the snow! Quick drying fabric makes this print perfect for the slopes or après-ski.

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Base Layer Bottom

Base Layer Bottom
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Team with matching pants for a head-to-toe look.

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Multi-Purpose Lip Balm

Multi-Purpose Lip Balm
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Swipe on this balm for color, moisture, and SPFall in one.

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Cute Crewneck

Cute Crewneck
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Pair this merino wool sweater with high waisted jeans for a cozy night in.

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Hydrating Face Mask

Hydrating Face Mask
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After a long day outside, a little extra hydration is key. This mask has an immediate cooling sensation which leaves your skin feeling clean and refreshed.

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Knit Hat

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A cute fox fur pompom upgrades the basic black beanie. So worth the hat hair.

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On-The-Go Water Bottle

On-The-Go Water Bottle
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Staying hydrated on the slopes is a no brainer.

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Insulated Vest

Insulated Vest
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This power down vest is incredibly lightweight, but oh-so warm. Bonus: it folds up into a small stuff sack, making it travel friendly too.

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Hair Mask

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This mask, which contains keratin and lychee extract, will repair your wind-whipped strands, making them weightless and soft to the touch.

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Warm Mittens

Warm Mittens
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These minimalist mittens have an extra layer of insulation to keep your fingers warm. The slim fit cuff keeps out all of the snow.

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Mirrored Goggles

Mirrored Goggles
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Reflective lenses add an instant cool factor to any ski look.

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Chic Puffer

Chic Puffer
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Sleek, comfy, and warm enough to protect from the wind on the summit.

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Winter White Pants

Winter White Pants
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Ditch your bulky snow pants for this streamlined pair.

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Trusty Boots

Trusty Boots
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Waterproof suede and thick rubber soles make these boots sturdy enough to stomp through the snow. Plus, the faux-fur lining keeps your toes warm.

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GoPro Hero

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The voice command feature makes it super easy to capture footage on the go.

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