I realize how exciting it is to slide wild white slopes. It helps out with adrenaline issues.
Since you’re not in the Olympics, it may not be the main issue when it comes to style your venue.
My mission on this one has nothing to do with any James Bond snow pursuit (like last year), but to explore evidence that this outfit can work off-slopes.
Prepare to layer, please…
They have this good habit to make all celebrities look like they have a moustache. But with these two pieces, they excel. Yes, they do. And they are original compared to what they became famous for.
So, patch-worked puffer jacket made of jacquard printed wool and leather.
Patch-worked poplin shirt with wool tartan prints.
OMG! Don’t waste your time. This is it. The multi patch-worked cotton & denim cardigan, in denim blue. So many details & so little time to think about it. On top of my list and above any priority.
Fed-up of your cotton-sweat pants? Me too. This is a better version of the generally admitted most comfy trousers in the world. It’s made of cashmere and still looks sexy.
Check all details and you won’t find a single flaw. These are the perfect socks. As far as prints, material, colors and logo are concerned, anything goes.
Luxury is compulsory. And when it comes to a casual wear, I yell yes! They give us the suede calfskin sneaker, not in one but in three tones. The supple sole is thick and there is a leather strap.
A brilliant execution of the most unanimously accepted bag ever: the backpack. A mix of materials, among which leather of course, and a two-way carrying it. So accurate Ricardo!
These mittens are the extension of your sleeves, in sober grey suede & lambskin.
Is this your chance to the Russian fairytale?
You need to polish your look. They bring us exclusive tones that brighten the lenses. These ones are with acetate, foldable, striped honey with blue lenses and with the 6mm supreme arrow.
Now, don’t expect me to write about ski poles.