There’s a whole lot to love about a winter honeymoon – breathtaking mountains, powder-soft snow, an epic apres-ski scene… But just how do you pack for one?
It is your honeymoon, after all, so it goes without saying that you’ll want to look sophisticated, sexy and a little bit glam. Here are the winter honeymoon essentials you need when a bikini and maxi dress just won’t cut it, but a super-sized snow suit isn’t ideal either…
Take your first steps from plane to snow in these super furry snow boots and you’ll have cosy feet that make a style statement.
And when you’re cosying up in a luxury chalet or suite with a night cap after a day on the slopes, what better to keep your toes snug than these luxurious sheepskin slippers?
Layers are key when you’re hopping between freezing outdoor temperatures and the warmth of crackling log fires inside. This elegantly fitted jumper proves that layering up needn’t be frumpy.
Yes, it’s sub-zero outside and there’s snow all around, but the sun is still shining out there and that means you need sun cream. We can’t promise you won’t end up with a ski goggle tan, but with sun cream you will at least be protected and bronze, rather than burnt!
Chunky knits and super soft finishes are a must on our list of winter honeymoon essentials. Pack plenty of pairs!
We love these sophisticated gloves with a chic and warm faux fur trim, another necessity when it comes to winter honeymoon essentials.
Wrap up warm in a heavy coat. The high collar of this design means you don’t need to double up with a scarf, saving precious space in your suitcase.
Remember the sun we were talking about? Don’t forget your sunglasses!
A stylish rucksack gives you a comfortable and convenient place to store any purchases. With destinations like Chamonix offering luxury shopping as good as its skiing, you’ll be glad you packed one…
Now you’ve nailed your accessories with these winter honeymoon essentials, you need an equally stylish destination to show them off at! The world’s most Instagram-worthy honeymoon destinations might just be a good place to start…