WHAT TO WEAR: Vacation

It’s Spring Break, and not every college student is spending Spring Break in the traditional way. This Fashionista would rather tear it up on the slopes instead of soaking up the sun in Cancún. She puts fashion first because every good snowboarder knows that looking the part is an important part of the sport. When you’re on the mountain, it’s a battle of the brands, and the look this Fashionista has put together is a sure winner. Whether you’re a snowboarder or a skier, it’s important to have your own unique style. The gear is such an important part of boarding and skiing because it needs to be fashionable and functional. It’s crucial to have gear that you can feel good wearing when you’re conquering the mountain.

This Fashionista is sporting a pair of white snow pants from Burton. Her Burton jacket coordinates with the pants nicely and the floral pattern adds personality to her outfit. The length of the jacket is great because it adds extra protection to her backside. This jacket not only looks great, but serves a purpose as well. The jacket is lightweight, which makes it perfect for spring snowboarding, but it is also very roomy and allows for extra layering underneath. Therefore, this jacket can be worn in the dead of winter and in the spring.

Another element of her outfit that brings her look together is her ThirtyTwo beanie. This is a great addition to her outfit because it matches her jacket and gives her a look that says she’s serious about boarding. The goggles she has placed on top of the beanie are Smith, and this brand is a smart choice for beginners because they’re moderately priced but they get the job done and come in a variety of styles and colors.

One Simple Change: To turn this look into an everyday cold weather outfit that is great for the chilly transition from winter to spring, simply replace the snow pants with a cute pair of skinny jeans and put on your favorite combat boots.