Helmets shall be black, or dark grey at a pinch. White is illegal.
Goggles shall work with helmet and, if required, have colours that work with the rest of the outfit. However, black straps/frame with a shiny gold lens is, of course, teh orsumz.
Jacket shall be monochrome, ideally black, or as with helmet, dark grey. However, if jacket be black, helmet shall be dark grey and vice versa.
Trousers shall be a single colour, but that colour shall be LOUD.
So, overall, you're doing well. But that helmet? No. Unless, of course you are a....
Helmet shall be whatever colour madame likes. Either way, it shall have nice accents on it that match either jacket or trousers. Which themselves shall complement each other.
Goggles shall match the helmet.
Jacket shall be nicely fitted, in whatever colour madame likes. It shall have too few pockets, ensuring that the chap has to carry all manner of stuff around with him.
The trousers shall be a nice bold colour, or white. Lady skiists are allowed white trousers, but only if they're both good enough and the right shape to get away with it.
Helmets with integrated visors.
Helmets with bluetooth built in so you can take that oh so important call on the lift. It's not important and you both look and sound like a fin de la cloche.
Black/black on a chap, or white/white on a lady.
Men in white gloves. Stop it. Just stop it.