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What I Packed for Jackson Hole

Cristin and Zach Cooper in Jackson Hole Wyoming.

This post was sponsored by ShopStyle & Backcountry.

I love a good snowy adventure and really love having the right apparel to stay warm and stylish on and off the slopes. We just got back from a trip to Jackson Hole and packed all of our favorite outfits and gear from Backcountry. This year I wasn’t able to ski since I’m in my third trimester of pregnancy, but I still needed warm apparel for hanging out with the family. In this post, I wanted to share a few lifestyle finds that are warm enough for being out in the snow taking photos of your kids, pairing with your favorite ski gear, or just to throw on for après ski with friends!

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Staying Warm on Top of the World

Bump friendly outfits for ski trips.

I met Zach one morning for ‘top-of-the-world waffles’ at Corbet’s Cabin. If you are in Jackson Hole you can take the aerial tram to the summit. At 10,450 feet there is a beautiful overlook and a tiny lodge that serves up delicious waffles with flavors ranging from peanut butter & bacon, Nutella, lemon glaze & brown sugar butter. When you’re finished eating you can ski the 4,139 vertical slopes down or simply hop back on the tram. The ride down is a lot more enjoyable than the ride up since each tram ride packs a cool 100 people on board. I was bummed not being able to ski this year but was so thankful for fun excursions like this one to the top of the Tetons. I was also very grateful I packed this coat and these gloves because it is cold at the top looking down to Jackson Hole.

What to pack and wear on a winter vacation to Jackson Hole

Zach’s Jacket  (Similar) // Zach’s Ski Pants // Zach’s Gloves (Similar)  // Zach’s Beanie (Similar) // My Jacket (Similar) // My Leggings // My Top (Similar) // My Boots // My Beanie

Top of the Tetons Jackson Hole.

What to Pack for Jackson Hole

Outerwear // I have had this jacket from Backcountry for over four years and it is still my go-to throughout the winter. I will wear it over workout clothes for school pickup and in the snow. It’s the only coat I took to Jackson Hole and I wore it non-stop. If you’re going to pack one item, make it this coat.

Leggings // Aside from a pair of jeans, I mostly wore maternity leggings while traveling and these wool Leggings every single day in the snow. They are so warm and have just the perfect amount of stretch.

Shoes // I wore these boots daily and while traveling. They are so comfortable, extremely warm and very easy to slip on and off. I also packed these waterproof wedge boots for dinner and my favorite running shoes for the gym.

Accessories // These Black Diamond gloves were my most-worn gloves and are great for daily wear, but when I’m skiing I wear these Burton gloves. I also never leave home without Smartwool socks.

Hats // I live for a beanie when I’m in cold weather. Not only do they keep you extra warm, but you never have to fix your hair! For this trip to Jackson Hole, I packed this beanie, this grey beanie and this black beanie.

Ski Gear // Speaking of ski gear, I have this jacket in a size small and these pants in a medium. You can shop my favorite base layer here. My goggles, helmet, Salomon boots and my Volkl skis are all from Backcountry.

Tops & Sweaters // Here are a few of the tops that I packed in my suitcase. I also took this oversized sweater, this cardigan.

Outfits I Wore

Oversized Button Down Cardigan (Medium)

Winter White Cable Knit Sweater (Medium)

White Thermal V Neck Top (Medium)

Oversized Cardigan (Medium) // Cream Tunic Tee (Medium)

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