The holiday vacation season is here – now that you are booked and ready, the hard task of packing is unavoidable.

When it comes to ski trip packing, light luggage always seems to be a faraway dream. Never enough space and never too little options. So how do you lighten the load?

Do some homework! Planning is key to getting the most out of your suitcase. That might mean working your magic and planning outfits where items can be re-worn but in a completely new way.

From the slopes and après-ski fun to days out and nights around town, there are a few essential pieces of clothing and gear items that are must-packs: Heavy-duty shoes, waterproof jackets, coats, sweaters, thermals, wool socks and lots of knitwear. When you have packed your trusted cold-weather pieces, is when you can start having fun, packing belts, bags and mitts.

If you are lacking inspiration, here are six assembled looks – Day-Time, Slope-Time and Night-Time – for any winter destination to get your creative juices flowing. Whether it be colour, layering, textures, pieces or silhouettes, this guide will help you create the PERFECT winter suitcase!

MOUNTAIN LOOKS:

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DAYTIME LOOKS:

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Look E) 1. Here 2. Here 3. Here 4. Here 5. Here 6. Here 7. Here 8. Here

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NIGHT TIME LOOKS:

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Look C) 1. Here 2. Here 3. Here 4. Here 5. Here 6. Here 7. Here 8. Here

Look D) 1. Here 2. Here 3. Here 4. Here 5. Here 6. Here 7. Here 8. Here

Born and Raised in Abu Dhabi, Palestinian creative Dujanah Jarrar reports on all things imaginative, immediate and intimate. Passionate about shifting perceptions and cultivating insight, her writings carry themes of cultural placement, identity and representation, exploring what innovative collaboration and creativity mean today.
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