Stars Bundle Up in Style at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival
The annual event officially kicked off on January 19 in Park City, Utah, and plenty of celebrities have already been spotted showing off their killer cold weather style. Temps in the snowy town are just below freezing, so it comes as no surprise that there are a multitude of turtleneck sweaters, dressed up denim, and heeled snow boots making the rounds. And of course, plenty of very chic outerwear.
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From Kristen Stewart's super casual outfit at the Come Swim premiere that included a colorful sweatband, black leather jacket, white Current/Elliott T-shirt, ripped Mother denim jeans, and burgundy sneakers to more typical red carpet ensembles from Dianna Agron, Jaime King, and Alison Brie, these stars will give you all the winter style inspo you need.
Scroll through our gallery to check out all of the best Sundance Film Festival looks.
Dianna Agron in an embellished navy dress at the Novitate premiere.
Kristen Stewart in a leather jacket and ripped jeans by Mother Denim at the Come Swim premiere.
Jaime King in a black-and-white look at the IMDb Studio.
Alison Brie in a navy turtleneck dress at The Little Hours premiere.
Teresa Palmer in a brocade dress at the IMDb Studio.
Aubrey Plaza in Victoria Beckham at The Little Hours premiere.
Zoey Deutch in a white trench coat, black pants, and Sorel boots ($97; sorel.com) at the IMDb Studio.
Starlet Margaret Qualley went Annie Hall in a striped, untucked Sandro blouse topped off with a gray blazer. She's also clearly dominating the snow-appropriate footwear game in those utility boots.
The Atlanta actor's fur. Enough said.
Tall boots and a long jacket were Carey Mulligan's M.O. this weekend—and we are into it.
Nicholas Hoult does guy style right as he steps out in (almost) all black, with a close-fitting (not slouchy) knit beanie for good measure.
The actress looked cool (and warm) in a tie-front sweater, slouchy pants, and military boots. She pulled the otherwise all-black look together with an olive-colored overcoat.
Mary J. Blige
The R&B queen was also about the tie-front sweater, which she wore with leather pants and those hoops for a cozy-meets-sexy apres-ski look.
Like a true Olsen, Lizzie does kimono dressing with enviable panaché in this floral number.
St. Vincent in a plush multicolor coat at the XX premiere.
Jenny Slate in a black off-the-shoulder dress at The Polka King premiere.
Laura Dern in a red tee and orange culottes at the Wilson premiere.
Brittany Snow in a green Gap coat and black Tory Burch turtleneck at the To The Bone premiere party.
Chloë Sevigny in a brown coat and printed dress at the Golden Exits premiere.
Zoey Deutch in a navy pantsuit at the Creators League Studio.
America Ferrera in a striped top and blazer at AT&T At The Lift.
John Legend in a black beanie and double-breasted blazer at the Underground Season 2 party.
Elizabeth Olsen in a black tee, light-wash jeans, and snowboots at the IMDb Studio.
Jaime King in a denim jumpsuit and plush Tory Burch coat in the Acura Studio.
Laura Prepon in a gray turtleneck, black coat, and Frye boots at the The Hero premiere on day 3 of the 2017 Sundance Film Festival at Library Center Theater.
Olivia Culpo in a white Aritzia sweater, black Mackage parka, and over-the-knee boots in the IMDb Studio.
Jon Hamm bundles up in a scarf and jeans at the Marjorie Prime premiere.
Connie Britton in a navy coat at the Beatriz at Dinner premiere.
Salma Hayek in a trimmed button-up and black pants at the Beatriz at Dinner premiere.
Kathryn Hahn in a red pantsuit at the I Love Dick premiere.
Elle Fanning in a pink coat and blue tie blouse at the Lunch Celebrating Films Powered by Women.
Zoey Deutch in a black mini with keyhole cutout at the Rebel in the Rye premiere.