While all the students out there (my interns included) are planning their spring breaks, I sit enviously wishing I could come with them. Those March departures may be approaching but don’t freak if you haven’t planned vacation outfits yet… we’ve got packing lists for all of SB2k12′s hotspots! Sydney loves a world covered in white, so make the most of our winter sale for a weekend on the slopes.

It’s not too late to hit the slopes for one last weekend of some gnarly shreddage. Karmaloop’s got the essentials to keep you lookin’ steezy as you race down that double black diamond or sip on a Bailey’s hot cocoa back at the chalet.

Here is what you’ll need for a weekend of fun:

The Perfect 10 Beanie by BurtonA weekend snowboarding is one of those acceptable times to throw on a cute beanie and forget about that messy hat hair you got from riding all day. We’re not sure who started the pom pom trend, but we dig it.

The Fairisle Jacquard Legging in Light Gray by Free People — Leggings are the next best thing to long underwear. The little reindeer on these leggings romanticize a winter-weekend getaway. Wear them under your snowpants or change into them for a comfortable lounge outfit apres skiing.

The Navigator Hoodie in Fox Hunt by Burton — You’re a fox and you want everyone to know. This eye-popping color will keep your outfit from looking bland without sacrificing warmth and comfort. You can even wear it to the mountainside bar.

The Prowess Jacket by Burton — Staying warm and dry is essential to a good day of riding. Your friends will love you because the bright orange pattern on the jacket will make you easy to spot as you race down the mountainside.

The Era Sneaker by Vans — One of the best feelings is taking off your snowboard boots. You’ll want something light and comfy to slide your toes into to walk back to the car. Sneakers look better than Ugg boots.

The Blanket Glove in Heather Charcoal by Obey — Wearing big toasty mittens isn’t always fun when you’re not riding (but essential when you are). These fingerless gloves are nice to have for everything else — when you’re traveling to and from the mountain, or going out at night.

Sydney Lindberg