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What to wear on the slopes in 2016

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Whether you’re hitting the slopes of Val d’Isère or enjoying the snowy Verbier pistes, experience this season in style with luxury skiwear, from heated gloves and fleece-lined salopettes to embellished boots and wool-blend turtlenecks 

Custom features including a detachable snowskirt and hood, ½ front zip, mesh underarm zips and wind and waterproof performance to keep you warm and dry. Uphill Ski Parka, £330, Sweaty Betty

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Black patent and fabric Moon Boot® with crystals and stars embellishment, constructed with a thin rubber outsole and cellular rubber midsole. MB Classic, £675, Jimmy Choo

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A heating system offering up to 12.5 hours of warmth. Also equipped with a lens squeegee on one finger, a ski pass pocket, adjustable straps and a carabiner clip. Ember MK1 Phoenix Heated Ski Gloves, £200, Harrods

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A crash-tested shell for the best in safety and protection, with all-over ventilation channels and features like a magnetic buckle, goggle clip and removable fleece liner. Anon Griffon Ski Helmet, £110, Sweaty Betty

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A form-fitting wool-blend turtleneck with a half zip – the ideal piece for lightweight warmth. Adidas by Stella McCartney Winter Sports Seamless Long Sleeve Top, £99.95, Harrods 

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Black shell salopettes crafted with Cordura® technology for extreme durability, detailed with ribbed-jersey panels and padded fleece lining for comfort. Adidas by Stella McCartney Technical Ski Salopette Trousers , £235, MATCHESFASHION.COM

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Mustard yellow 100% lambswool bobble hat with a contrasting soft grey bobble. Matching gloves available. Men’s Mustard Yellow Lambswool Bobble Hat, £55, Paul Smith

Paul SMith Bobble Hat, luxury skiwear

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