Going off piste? Channel your inner Snow Queen with this stylish, hardworking kit.

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There’s about 6-weeks left to the ski season, if you’re hitting the slopes look the part in these need to know brands that deliver style and substance.

Perfect Moment

Perfect Moment has been around for ten years but the brands popularity has peaked this season. Iconic prints, bold colours and brilliant fit make it the go-to label for the mountain going fash-pack.

We can’t get enough of the retro-vibe one-pieces and the wool onesies that make for superior apres style (just add Moonboots). These pieces are an investment and they last. Check out Perfect Moments surfer-style swimwear and standout activewear.

Goldbergh

Looking for something special but without the Fendi price tag? See Goldbergh. Timeless styles that have serious chic-appeal.

Plus they won’t let you down when it comes to function and performance. Pieces like the oversized padded jacket with its digital fur print won’t be saved for the slopes alone.

Sweaty Betty

Skiing never looked so chic.

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Founded in 1998 Sweaty Betty combines technology with style to produce some of the hardest working activewear around.

They’ve designed a covetable ski collection from sweat-wicking base layers, matching jumper ad legging sets and cool ski suits that sprinkle a little Bond girl style on the slopes.

Try the Exploration jacket for ultimate protection against the elements. It’s a little pricey at £385 but its a piece that won’t date quickly however – complete with Primaloft thermal insulation, and RECCO reflectors that send out a distress signals should you require rescuing.

Huski

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The ski onesie is an indispensible style option and Huski specialises in functional pieces that are are so, damn, cool. The onesie collection is made up of five suits, two styles, and just five colours.

The belted suit has a discrete patch pocket on the lower leg for storing your phone without any ungainly bulges, wrist gaiters and glove clips, inbuilt braces – so you don’t overheat during apres and a removable hood. Huski suits also incorporate a RECCO tracker in case of emergencies!

Topshop

High Street hero, Toppers have their on SNO range. Inject some fun to your look without breaking the bank in their 80’s disco vibe separates in popping neon colours. No-one will lose you, that’s for sure. Adjustable hoods, fleece linings, lots of pockets, waterproof zips and best of all, it’s pretty much all machine washable.

Moon Boot

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Moon Boots have made a monumental come back on the slopes this season (Yay!). They also graced the catwalk at New York Fashion Week. Jeremy’s (Scott of Moschino) Moon Boots were thigh high, metallic, colourful, epic. As London was covered in snow last week, Sophia Webster launched her very own ‘Quentin’ boot, which definitely nods to the 70s Moon Boot style, its short, sprinkled in black glitter and looks great with your black skinnies. The most fun part about Moon Boots is trying to work out which ones left and which ones right.

The finishing touch

Statement sunnies on the slopes are essential. We are all over Illesteva’s hipster styles, see the Leonard Mask, the Isabella and the Marianne. While Le Specs’ is the cult brand to covet, amazing  styles that won’t break the bank. We’ll have ‘The Last Lolita’ shades in every colour, pretty please.

If you are hitting the slopes this season take some Wonder Woman inspiration from these true Queens of the Slopes from this years Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Korea.

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