Vintage Skiers – Hitting the Slopes in Style

August 12, 2009

I love these old photographs of skiers from the 1930’s – 1960’s. The sweaters and performance apparel is just too good! These make me wish I was in St. Moritz.

Nothing like hitting the slopes in white oxford and a tie!

Nothing like hitting the slopes in white oxford and a tie!

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Love the Fair Isle sweaters!

Love the Fair Isle sweaters!

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Queen of the slopes.

Queen of the slopes.

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These lovely ladies are ready for some downhill action!

These lovely ladies are ready for some downhill action!

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Nothing better than skiing in a tartan skirt

Nothing better than skiing in a tartan skirt

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Awesome Ski Trooper!

Awesome Ski Trooper!

Another great ski trooper

Another great ski trooper

Hanging out at the lodge with some jazz after a long day on the slopes

Hanging out at the lodge with some jazz after a long day on the slopes

3 Responses to “Vintage Skiers – Hitting the Slopes in Style”

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  2. […] Shetland Islands In 1921, the Prince of Wales was captured sporting a Fair Isle knitted tank top. Who knew that he would be responsible for some horrendous knitting pattern covers. Did you spot the “Adi” Dassler (Adidas) logo on the tracksuit bottoms? Old school. Image: Check out more fab vintage skiing photos at theinvisibleagent.wordpress.com. […]

  3. […] Shetland Islands In 1921, the Prince of Wales was captured sporting a Fair Isle knitted tank top. Who knew that he would be responsible for some horrendous knitting pattern covers. Did you spot the “Adi” Dassler (Adidas) logo on the tracksuit bottoms? Old school. Image: Check out more fab vintage skiing photos at theinvisibleagent.wordpress.com. […]

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