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In olden times—the ’70s—après ski meant hitting the bar closest to the slopes in full ski regalia. Today, après has grown up. You’re more selective about where you après, and often the after-party gives way to a dinner party. With a few key items, you can go from the slopes to the streets in comfort and style.

Bogner “Elaine” ski pants 
In stone (pictured) or beige, these pants are as stylish off the slopes as on. $449 at Pepi’s, Vail Village

Wooden Ships “Black Skye Poncho”
A patterned poncho makes a warm and striking cover for any base layer. $107 at Valley Girl, Avon

de Corato cowl-neck scarf   
Fend off the chills and add color with a burgundy cashmere scarf. $500 at de Corato, Vail Village

Chrome Hearts “Club Sandwich” glasses 
Shade your eyes in cat eye–meets–Jackie O style. $895 at Eye Pieces of Vail, Vail Village, Lionshead, Edwards, and Beaver Creek

Majestic turtleneck 
A viscose/elasthane base layer insulates by day or night. $120 at Mistral, Beaver Creek

Catherine Popesco of la Vie Parisienne star amulet
A string of bling effortlessly elevates your ensemble beyond mere skiwear. $118 at Valley Girl, Avon

Brera Orologi “Eterno” watch 
Tune into the time with a rose gold watch with Swiss quartz movement and an Italian leather band. $550 at Avalon, Beaver Creek

Sorel “Tofino” boots
You are welcome everywhere. Ski boots are not. Slip into boots both warm and cool enough to hit the town. $140 at Vail Boot and Shoe, Vail Village and Edwards

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