Vintage Havana: Serious Sundance Style

Vintage Havana: Serious Sundance StyleMy daily dose of WhoWhatWear arrived in my inbox this morning and the talk of the day was, of course, the Sundance Film Festival. For this industry event, the glitterati of Hollywood leave the comfort of sunny LA and converge in Park City, Salt Lake City, Ogden, and Sundance, Utah to attend screenings of 200 exceptional, independent films. Sundance poses a challenge to Hollywood’s beautiful people, however, as this is January in Utah. Fur lined parkas, sturdy boots, and fuzzy hats abound, somehow managing to still look chic despite the frigid temperatures. So, taking my cue, I decided that today was a Vintage Havana day!

One of my favorite brands, Vintage Havana’s designers create street looks with a really contemporary vibe. The line is available at Bloomingdales, Lester’s, National Jean Company, and Fred Segal. And, with pieces priced under $100, I love the line even more!

My favorite new piece is this great plaid shirt for only $54 at Bloomingdales. Paired with my most worn jeans, this is a look that’s as cozy and as it is cool, and would fit right in at Sundance.

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DISCLAIMER: No financial compensation was received in exchange for this Vintage Havana post. Regardless, I only recommend products or services that I believe will be good for my readers.

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