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The Lust List: Ski Town Style

“You can take the girls out of the city, but you can’t take the city out of the girls.”

Cori Sue and I recently returned from the most magical long weekend away in Park City, Utah, thanks to the Park City Chamber & Visitors Bureau. We ate, drank, shopped, hiked, and soaked in the gorgeous mountainous surroundings (check out our complete Bitch Guide to Park City).

Given that it is Cori Sue and I on vacation and we both love a good theme, we knew we also had to look the part. Our suitcases were filled to the brim with cozy flannels, riding boots, fur vests, and floppy hats. Naturally, we threw together an impromptu photo shoot after a whiskey tasting at the charmingly rustic High West Saloon & Distillery.


Cori Sue found this amazing patterned maxi skirt at a thrift shop and had the foresight to get it tailored so it now fits her like a glove, that Bitch. She kept the rest of the outfit simple with a tight long sleeve top, classic Kendra Scott jewels, and a neutral GiGi New York clutch.


Vintage skirt |Splendid booties | JCrew Tissue Tee | TopShop Floppy Hat | Kendra Scott Necklace

I picked up this funky 80’s style ear warmer at Prospect, a local boutique on Main Street in Park City that carries street wear and snowboarder clothes with a old-fashioned barber shop hidden in the back. It added a great pop of color to my neutral layers of knits, flannel, and leather.


Eddie Bauer jacket (similar) | H&M flannel dress (similar) | Coal headband | Rugby thigh high socks| Sperry booties (similar) | Ann Taylor LOFT clutch

We were blessed with absolutely perfect weather during our trip to Park City. Although mid-October was definitely the off-season, we were treated to sixty degree days and sunshine. Light jackets and wraps were all we needed to stay comfortable. Like any other ski town, dress code is extremely casual so I didn’t even pack one set of heels. Sturdy booties were our go-to’s for dinners out on the town.


Our recommended packing list for your next ski town adventure: sweater dresses, skinny jeans, pom pom beanies, a dependable red lipstick, and a good book. Ditch the stilettos for apres ski festivities.


Below are our top picks that are ski-bunny chic:


Ally is a Brooklyn-based marketing pro with a passion for food and fitness. You'll most likely find her at her local brunch haunts and coffee shops, always with a book in hand.

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