The women of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City are willing to pay a lot for their glam ski bunny outfits and chic ski accessories.
What do the women of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City really pay for their over the top ski bunny outfits? The next episode is about to take their skiing skills (and shopping skills) to a whole new level.
The newest housewives are loving their camera time. These well-heeled ladies enjoy showing off their wealth. The glam Real Housewives of Salt Lake City are breaking down barriers by showing the decadent side of what is commonly perceived as a non-flashy Mormon community. The stars of RHOSLC are opening up viewers’ eyes to a whole new world of possibilities.
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In a sneak peek that was released by the non-official Instagram account @realhousewivesofSLC, a clip showed all of the newest housewives gearing up for their chance to take on a black diamond run. Naturally, the women were dolled up in their fanciest attire, with Mary Crosby even turning up late because she was waiting on FedEx to arrive with her Chanel ski jacket. Check out the sneak peek below:
In terms of ski bunny outfit prices, the winter jacket from Chanel stands out. This sleek piece retails for $10,000 and will pair well with an equally expensive Hermes bag. According to Mary, she just “couldn’t go skiing without a beautiful outfit.” While Jen Shah rocked Goldberg’s leopard print ski outfit, which is a lot cheaper than the Chanel design, Jen’s outfit didn’t exactly fit the budget category. The animal print pants alone cost around $480 and the matching jacket retails for $875. Of course, these sports clothes are well worth the price to these newbies, who are trying to make a statement on the slopes and in their own community. Many of the Real Housewives were also wearing Fendi ski goggle headbands to protect them from the sun’s rays. These cute accessories go for $475. While we are hoping that the women chose to wear faux fur hats and boots, if they did opt for genuine fur, each piece could run around $800. Without adding in their actual ski equipment, such as boots and skis, an entire ski bunny outfit could end up costing one of the women around $3,500. However, that is the price Real Housewives pay to look good on a Bravo franchise.
Hopefully, viewers will get a bang for their buck by actually getting to watch the housewives ski down something larger than a bunny hill. While many feel that their ski bunny outfit prices are out of this world, the ladies of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City are used to paying big for clothes and accessories. Their normal lifestyles include plenty of shopping and spending.
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The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City airs Wednesday at 10 pm EST on Bravo.
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