Down jacket, warm shoes, a nice sweater and more: these are the essentials for a weekend in the mountains
Here is the time of year when you can spend a few days in the mountains! But what is best to pack to avoid carrying useless stuff? Let’s see it with this post!
- What to pack for a mountain holiday: the warm outerwear
- What to pack for a mountain holiday: the wool sweater
- What to pack for a mountain holiday: cap & co.
- What to pack for a mountain holiday: warm shoes
What to pack for a mountain holiday: the warm outerwear
You can choose the one that makes you feel more comfortable and that you find warmer and more comfortable. It could be a nice down jacket, even in an oversized version, if you love a little street style, or a teddy bear coat, to be completed perhaps with colorful handbags. Otherwise another excellent option is the eco-fur, super cool even if you choose it very colorful.
What to pack for a mountain holiday: the wool sweater
Under the very warm outerwear, an equally warm sweater will be essential, preferably in natural fiber, such as wool or cashmere. Even what you wear will have its importance: wool and silk underwear for example will keep you much warmer than cotton. And if you are super cold, you can also consider the idea of a leotard.
What to pack for a mountain holiday: cap & co.
Hat, scarf and woolen gloves are essential to feel warm even when you take your afternoon walk through the streets of the town center, in the middle of the snow, the lights and the scent of mulled wine. You can choose a wool beanie, or even a faux fur hat: the important thing is to stay warm!
What to pack for a mountain holiday: warm shoes
Keeping your feet warm is essential to feel good in the mountains. In this case, socks come even before shoes: avoid synthetic fiber blends, which make your feet sweat. The sweat then freezes and with it your extremities! Prefer warm cotton or wool. Then, as far as footwear is concerned, take care to choose them with a nice thick sole, so that you can isolate yourself from the ground and keep your foot warm and dry. Padded ankle boots, combat boots, boots, kombat boots… all are fine. The important thing is that the sole is rubber and non-slip.