Metallic colours are powerful worn anytime. But they look brilliant in snow. It is not a popular choice of colour on the slopes but here is why you should opt for metallic whilst skiing.
Metallic accessories are a stunning way to give your outfit a touch of shine. Slip into a pair of gold trainers with a light silk top and outrageous ski jacket. You will certainly stand out from the crowd.
If the opulent lifestyle is what you are after here are my top tips.
Metallic Colours What Does It Mean?
The metallic colour is a colour that appears to be that of polished metal. The visual sensation usually associated with metals is its metallic shine. This cannot be reproduced by a simple solid colour, because the shiny effect is due to the material’s brightness varying with the surface angle to the light source.
Easy To Spot Amongst The Crowd
I rarely blend in when skiing but wearing a metallic silver jacket certainly allows your others to see you coming or going on the piste. In crowded slopes, it can be hard to spot people you know. As a safety factor wearing metallic can be the difference between life or death.
I like to wear metallic from head to tow when skiing or Apre ski events.
Metallic Ski Apparel
The metallic trends got a whole new motto. Designers put the pedal to the metal, amping up mirror metallic finishes and iridescent fabrics. Shining on all of the major runways of fashion’s capitals, these looks brought a fresh sense of opulence. Therefore, who better to showcase metallic, than our role model athletes.
They can take on the metallic trend. It is as easily tested as accessories or even full looks. They can race in it from head to toe. It’s coloured like metallic, where a surefire flashbulb appeal can be seen miles away in poor weather conditions. As you can see whilst on the slopes it looks amazing. It’s classy and has a vibrant feel-good message when it comes to a positive mindset
Always team it with dark ski trousers in my case I opted for black.
This rose gold metallic biker jacket is not a ski jacket but I wanted to experiment with the colour.
Gold Versace Metallic Trainers
When not skiing what better way to continue your metallic style than opting for some gold Versace trainers. These look great with denim or leather leggings.
Can you imagine how electrifying it will look to have the winners standing on that podium? Wearing metallic outfits, gold, silver and bronze come to mind.
- Gold – The colour of wealth, success and status. … In the meaning of colours, gold is generous and giving, compassionate and loving, the benefactor or patron, sharing its wisdom, knowledge and wealth with others. Gold is the colour of the winner – first place medals are always in gold
- Silver – The colour silver is associated with meanings of industrial, sleek, high-tech, and modern, as well as ornate, glamourous, graceful, sophisticated, and elegant. Silver is a precious metal and, like gold, often symbolizes riches and wealth.
- Bronze – metal highly prized for its strength and durability. It had a variety of uses in biblical times and was employed extensively in both the tabernacle.
The games are a collection of extreme sports that can accommodate the most ostentatious of personalities and colours.
Metallic Versus Design
Designing metallic comfortable ski wear has its challenges. Skiing is an extreme sport and on the slopes, the fashion reputation is wearing outrageous outfits. They just set the mood for fun and being super cool.
You can opt for pink Superdry skiwear but try something more adventures.
This silver bomber jacket I am wearing is great for having a drink after a long day of skiing.