COAT: Forever 21 :: TEE: Zoe Karssen, similar tee here, steal here :: BAG: Rebecca Minkoff :: DENIM: rag & bone :: HEELS: French Connection, on sale for $70 here :: HAT: H&M BELT: vintage find, similar style here
Ok first off sorry for the like MILLIONS of pics…I seriously love this look and hard a hard time narrowing down which photos to use! I generally feel like less is more when it comes to photos, I imagine you guys find it boring seeing like 23009475 pics of me doing the same thing, so hopefully this isn’t like way over the top pic wise. Secondly, yes I am in love with my H&M hat. I realize that every look this week has been styled with it, but when you find something amazing, you sort of HAVE to wear it to death, right? Anyways. On to styling!
Today I have teamed up with SundanceNews to bring you guys a Sundance-worthy look! SundanceNews is an independent, open-source citizen news brigade that shares the latest and greatest highlights from Sundance – so make sure that you check them out! I have always loved ‘rocker’ looks, that sort of ‘it girl’ style that has been around for ages (which happens to fit perfectly with the Sundance vibe), and since the indie film festival takes place in Utah’s stunning Park City (hello snow) I wanted to create a rocker-chic look that would be both warm and stylishly on-point. I paired a vintage-style tee with this gorgeous Forever 21 gray fur coat and some leather pointed-toe booties (with awesome neoprene and patent details) to keep my toes warm, and added some distressed black denim to create just a hint of grunge. And since no one wants to drag around a heavy purse at a festival, I paired my look with a Rebecca Minkoff cross-body so that my hands are free….and to keep me from overpacking my purse because the bigger the bag, the more stuff I put in it, lol. I capped off the look with my oh-so-amazing fedora and some dainty midi rings for some boho flair, and bam: Sundance-ready! What do you guys think? How would you style a look for Sundance? I love to hear your thoughts!