Get cosy this winter in this Hokulani fleece jacket from Bogner

Just booked your Christmas ski holiday? Off somewhere that you can make the most of the falling snow but have no intention of engaging in any outdoor physical activity? If you answered “yes” to either of those questions and are now looking to add some new, practical and very stylish pieces of ski wear to your suitcase, may we recommend the lovely “Hokulani fleece jacket” that you see above?

The Technophile micro zip-up fleece by Pontetorto has a lightweight mesh lining, very festive Oriental embroidery and a cute hood guaranteed to keep you warm. It comes in three attention-grabbing colour combinations – flamingo pink (with orange detailing), black (with grey detailing) and truffle brown (with delicious cream coloured detailing) although the truffle brown one is getting our vote! Which colour combination is your favourite?

The best thing about this fleece jacket is the fact that it doesn’t have to exclusively be worn on the slopes. It’s also perfect for wearing if you’re lounging around at the ski lodge drinking your hot cocoa (complete with marshmallows and whipped cream, naturally) or anywhere else you want to get cosy.

And your ski holiday isn’t even the only place you can take this beauty. If like us you live in London – or even colder parts of the UK; yes Scotland we’re looking at you – it’s perfect for wearing underneath your stylish winter coat too. We think we’re going to wear ours to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park – easy to move around in and definitely festive enough to help us get into the Christmas spirit.

Bogner is in its 80th year, so you know you’re getting true quality with its products. As with all the pieces on the Bogner website, you definitely get what you pay for – and then some!

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