Gwen Stefani's Ski Outfit Is As Wild As You Would Expect

Photo: Sharpshooter Images/Splash News.
The winter has been good to us thus far: Aside from the rare frozen-over puddle, we've hardly seen any ice or snow. However, since we're technically only two weeks into the season, we're continuing to prepare for polar vortex conditions — just in case.
Over the holidays, our favorite celebrities provided us with some real cold-weather outfit inspiration. Gwen Stefani, in particular, made quite the fashion statement while skiing with her husband, Gavin Rossdale, and friends in Mammoth, CA over New Year's. We're sure neither Stefani's posse nor any slope-side onlookers were surprised that Gwen's ski duds turned some heads; the singer's sartorial choices are never boring.
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Stefani donned an eye-catching leopard-print jacket, plus snow pants with matching detailing. Her coordinated ensemble was pulled from an upcoming collaboration between Gwen's brand, L.A.M.B., and Burton snowboards — she announced the team-up on Instagram. While we may have to wait a while to copy Gwen's exact wild duds, we're snagging her unconventional winter attitude, stat. Welcome the snow with open (and spotted) arms, à la Stefani, with the recreated ensemble ahead.
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Photo: Sharpshooter Images/Splash News.
Gwen Stefani grabbed a pair of skis while spending the New Year's holiday in Mammoth, CA. On the slopes, the singer gave us a preview of her upcoming collaboration with snowboard brand Burton — including this fierce ensemble.
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Until the L.A.M.B. x Burton collection lands in stores, try a more subtle leopard-print ski look, courtesy of another very fashionable collab: Stella McCartney x Adidas.
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These waterproof ski trousers from Burton are made for everyone: No matter your skill level, they'll save you from snowy wipe-outs. (Fun fact: We interviewed Burton's superwoman president, Donna Carpenter, last year.)
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Gwen toned down her wild ensemble with a classic, plaid scarf — a staple in any winter wardrobe, whether or not you're hitting the slopes.
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Dashing through the snow, but with no sleigh to give you a ride? These water- and wind-resistant boots will help you power through.
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Stretchy, fleece gloves that'll keep your digits warm while also allowing you to tweet about how darn cold it is.
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