I’m a ‘girlie’ and I’d agree with Jon on walking boots. I have a fabric, goretex (waterproof) pair, which are light and comfortable to wear around town in the evenings. I’ve found that I rarely need anything else. Key factor is that they have grippy, good tread soles so they grip icier paths better. Wear warmer socks with them - such as thorlos (wool or primaloft-based hiking socks) then your feet stay toasty too.
As for a jacket: I prefer to take an alternative to my ski jacket, purely because it gets sweaty during the day - but most people don’t bother taking two. Again, if it’s a shell sytle jacket, then you’ll need to layer up in the evening with a fleece top.
As an alternative, I’d recommend a thicker windproof fleece or soft shell jacket - I use the latter and they shed light snow quite well, so they are fine for a stroll to the bars/restaurants and you can wear them on the slopes on a mild, sunny day too.