Unless you are an Olympic figure skater or have a penchant for spangled leotards, you probably don’t have a go-to get-up for this festive activity. Luckily, Cara Delevingne and Georgia May Jagger recently went ice skating in London, providing us with some great outfit inspiration. Now all you have to do is focus on staying upright.
What To Wear Ice Skating
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Here are our suggestions for keeping you warm, comfy, and camera ready.
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L.A.M.B. collaborated with Burton for Spring 2014, and this snuggly beanie is our favorite piece.
L.A.M.B. Pom Beanie ($40) in Dalmatian
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Unless you own skates, you’re probably going to be renting a pair. These chunky socks will make even the most uncomfortable boots feel like slippers.
Hue Ribbed Boot Socks ($7) in Red
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This awesome denim brand launched a women’s line this past spring and we couldn’t be happier. The sporty stripes on this pair will help you look the part, even if you are accidentally going backwards.
Baldwin The Ten Panel Jean ($240) in Navy/Graphite
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These worn-in boots will navigate puddles and ice shards with ease. Extra bonus: they’re pull-on so you’ll be out of that locker room in no time.
Just Fab Delle ($55) in Brown
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Stand out from the sea of coats in this printed bomber. It’s a neat extra layer that won’t slow you down.
Pixie Market Crouching Dragon Bomber Jacket ($57)
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This delicious tissue-thin cashmere scarf can be wrapped tightly around your neck so it will stay in place.
Club Monaco Adele Cashmere Scarf ($130) in Cream
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The merry raspberry hue and hip-length cut of this sweater make it a total steal for $20.
Uniqlo Women Alpaca Blend Turtle Neck Sweater ($20) in Pink