Enjoy Being Single In A Ski Chalet On New Year’s Eve
Not looking forward to spending another New Year’s Eve alone? Love to ski? This year, do something different and travel to a ski chalet to usher the new year in. Pack up your skis and some sexy sweaters and get ready to have some fun.
The first step in deciding where to go is to narrow your search to places that cater to singles. Avoid smaller out of the way places that will probably attract romantic couples, and resorts that offer many family programs. Ski towns that have a hopping nightlife, and big resorts that offer an array of après ski activities are best for singles. Make sure the chalet you want to go to is having a New Year’s party, and make your reservations as far in advance as possible. For the best time both day and night, choose one that has great ski trails as well.
Make sure and look over your ski clothing and gear to be sure you don’t need to pick up anything for the day. Check out the new trends in ski wear. There are many lines that offer attractive outfits that don’t look bulky and boring. Your first contact with a special someone may be on the slopes so you want to look great both on and off the trails. Consider wearing a bolder color, so you can stand out a bit more. Check out your ski gear and be sure it is up to date and not in need of repair.
Pack some après ski clothing that is functional and attractive for New Year’s Day, and bring a sexy New Year’s Eve outfit for the party. You may want to check with the chalet to see what to wear. Some resorts may be having a party where a nice slinky dress would be perfect, but some may be offering one that is a bit more casual. If it is a more casual affair, choose a sweater that has some sparkle and looks sexy too. Wear some dress pants or a skirt with stockings and short boots. Glam up the makeup and you will be ready for the night.
If the idea of being alone at a ski chalet is scary, there are different ways you can socialize. Ski lessons may be a place to meet other people especially if you need to work on some skills. When you are skiing, stop occasionally and go inside for hot chocolate or lunch. When you see others alone, start a conversation. Later, when you see the people you’ve already met at the party, it will make it easier to talk again. Remember that there are many others who want to meet people, so just jump in and ask them how their skiing day was.
After a great day of skiing, end the day early enough to soak in a warm tub, and get ready to party. Put on your best clothes and go out and have a great New Year!