The Sundance Film Festival has commenced in Park City, Utah, with film industry darlings serving up major outfit inspiration in every genre from casual snow-bunny chic to red-carpet elegant. The scene is crawling with newcomers (like Zoey Deutch) and seasoned veterans (Chloë Sevigny, Elizabeth Olsen, et al) alike, and wintry ensembles abound—many of which are complete with genius styling hacks we swear by. Ahead, the ensembles we’ll be re-creating ASAP.
Best-Dressed At Sundance
Jaime King shows how a denim flight suit (hers is by AG) becomes snow-bunny-ready—simply add a turtleneck and fuzzy jacket (bonus points for tonality).
Amp up black basics à la Brooklyn Decker with geek-chic add-ons—the more texture, the better.
A two-piece set is cold-weather-ready when a fitted turtleneck is at play—Zoey Deutch's contrasting palette gives the look major impact.
Modern separates (i.e., an extra-long topper and lace-up knit) give Rooney Mara's military look a fresh feel.
Dianna Agron proves that a tea dress becomes chill-proof when layered over fleece-lined tights and tall boots.
Chloë Sevigny adds vintage swagger to her midi-length coat with a beret and top-handle bag.
An oversize striped knit instantly dresses up winter boots and black skinnies, as illustrated by Lily Collins. You can shop her exact style (on sale!) by Faithful The Brand here.
Putting a cool-girl spin on winter white, Elizabeth Olsen offsets her textured duster and coordinating crop top with high-waisted jeans and gray suede boots.
Issa Rae is proof that a mixed media statement coat (hers is Rachel Zoe!) is all you need over casual black separates.