You Don’t Have to Be a Skier to Dress Like One (From the ’80s)

Neon and metallic designs have become so popular among skiers and nonskiers seeking “the vibe” that they’ve become hard to find.

Once a month during the winter season, Laura McDonald, owner of Rad Max Vintage, hosts a pop-up shop at a bar named Le Chamois, at the base of Palisades Tahoe, a ski resort in Olympic Valley, Calif. The crowd there — a mix of skiers and nonskiers — comes to party, dancing to classic tunes and taking “shotskis.”

Some revelers are harder to miss than others, wearing neon or metallic one-piece snowsuits straight out of, or inspired by, the ’80s. “If I see four people in a friend group, usually

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