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Aspen, Courchevel, St. Moritz, Lech. Whether you’re visiting the most exclusive ski resort in the World or you live in a freezing cold place, a warm balaclava will protect your face, head, and neck from the cold. On top of that, if you love designer clothes, a designer balaclava is your Winter accessory. In this post, you’ll find the warmest and most stylish designer balaclavas of the season. They add a cool, but sophisticated rebellious touch to your urban outfits and are an essential pair to your skiwear.
100% Merino Wool Balaclava, Isabel Marant
Modern, soft, and warm, perfect for the coldest days in the city and up the hills.
Striped Ski Balaclava, Moncler Grenoble
If you’re hitting hard the slopes, you need a balaclava that is more functional than a beautiful fashion accessory. Not that you can’t hop on the ski wearing any of the designer balaclavas in this post. However, the Moncler piece is lightweight, designed to keep your comfort as you go down the mountain and put up a sweat.
DiorAlps Wool & Cashmere Intarsia Balaclava, Dior
This beautiful balaclava is part of the iconic DiorAlps collection. I love how chic the color combination is. The wool and cashmere blend is soft on your skin and on the hair, which is great. The back ribbed neck adds a final touch of sophistication.
Black Wool Blend Balaclava with Visor, Givenchy
It can’t get more edgy, modern, and chic than this Givenchy balaclava. The all-black hood is made of a wool blend and the visor will keep your eyes and face protected from the extreme sun exposure against the all-white snow mountain.
And people will respect you because this is a boss look.
Intarsia Wool Balaclava, Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney is bringing some fun to the ski station with this intarsia wool balaclava. The knitting reminds us of grandma’s needlework. Perfect match for a cozy Winter day.
Casquette Knit Balaclava, Jacquemus
Cozy is the word of the day with this fuzzy balaclava.
Sequin-Embellished Cashmere-Silk Knit Balaclavas, Brunello Cucinelli
Brunello Cucinelli is always over the top in its simplicity. No wonder it’s one of the billionaire’s favorite brands. It’s available in different colors.
Argyle 100% cashmere balaclava, Loro Piana
Loro Piana is a master in bringing the snowy mountains aesthetic into their collections and it’s no different with this argyle balaclava made of pure cashmere. Definitely the second-best thing to a head massage.
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