While you're debating the merits of the Alps versus Austria and St Moritz, spare a thought for your ski wardrobe. Sadly, these days it seems that many people have abandoned style in favour of head-to-toe Gore-Tex, but as you know, here at Oxana Lifestyle we don't see why we can't maintain the same chic standards on the slopes. That's why we've put together some round-the-clock outfits so you can glide elegantly from your bowl of Bircher muesli to your evening glass of Glühwein. 

Step One: Select a stylish destination like the Experimental Chalet in Verbier, designed by Fabrizio Casiraghi. It will match your mink-trimmed cashmere cable-knit perfectly. 

Step Two: Pack suitable nightwear from Laurence Tavernier. Made of the finest cotton it will keep you warm whilst maintaining an elegant look. 

Step Three: Throw on something comfortable and casual for breakfast, like Lorena Antoniazzi's baby-soft cashmere sweater. 

Step Four: Prepare to go outside by slipping on a pair of cappuccino-coloured cashmere jogging pants and a woolly pompom hat.

Step Five: For those who prefer to leave the slopes to family and friends and would rather explore village life, Maxima's taupe bag is the perfect match.

Step Six: A warm coat will also be required. Herno's snow-white Polar-Tech coat will keep you toasty down to -20 degrees. It also comes with handy built-in woollen mittens. 

Step Seven: Let's not forget footwear! You can't wear waterproof boots all the time. So don't forget to pack a pair of Lorena Antoniazzi's beautiful mottled trainers with silver-trimmed laces for added effect.

Step Eight: And, you'll undoubtedly need something chic to wear for those apres ski drinks. Peserico's luxuriously soft fur gilet will add a touch of glamour to even the most casual outfit.

Step Nine: Needless to say, everyone will be packing their lovely Nima pompom hats. Just remember not to forget them when you retire for the night.

Step Ten: And, when you get home, drop in and pick up one of our lovely Sloane Stationary photo albums where you can keep your holiday snaps and remind yourself what fun it all was.

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