Chic Holiday Fashion

While traveling this season, here are some must-have items for your fanciful journey.


If you’re an avid traveler, there are probably certain items you can’t leave home without. One should be the sculptural fashion fixture of fall and winter: the cape.

“There is something amazing about being able to sling a cape over one shoulder to create an interesting drape,” says Megan Gray, a Ralph Lauren designer-turned-stylist. “I think they work best when they balance your look, the way a shrunken jacket can elongate your body.” Dressed up with an evening gown or down with a pair of jeans, “it looks effortlessly cool and chic,” celebrity stylist Caley Rinker says.

The Military Cape Coat Chic fashion for the Holidays from Burberry
The Military Cape Coat from Burberry blends two of this season’s most popular fashions —capes and the military look, $2,595,


The Shasta hooded cashmere cape from One Moon
The Shasta hooded cashmere cape from One Moon is a cozy addition to any holiday wardrobe, $2,200, at The Shops at all Montage properties by special order.



This winter, men’s footwear is all about simply rugged options fusing fashion and function. Whether your holiday plans involve scaling a mountain or simply braving the city streets, a sturdy pair of boots is the foundation of any man’s cold weather wardrobe.

Barber Road Boot
Rodd & Gunn’s Barber Road Boot is an ideal option for the boot novice thanks to a slim silhouette and minimal detailing, $198, at all Montage boutiques.

Whether travelling to warm or cold climates, there are certain items that you absolutely have to pack in your carry-on. One should be a comfortable pair of pants.

French terry cloth pant
Travel comfortably in the Kane Keckley, a French terry cloth pant, $198, at all Montage boutiques.