When it comes to what to wear in Park City, there’s no better place to look than Historic Park City. The boutiques located on Historic Main Street are up to date on fashion trends across the globe with a special expertise on fashion must-haves in Park City. We’ve walked the street and gotten tips on what you need, from head to toe, and show you where to find the pieces to round out your mountain wardrobe.
Hats are the ultimate staple for a Park City look. Whether you prefer a beanie, a fedora, or anything in between, hats are the simplest way to jazz up your look. You’ll find great options at Habit, Kuhl Clothing, and Outfitter Trading Company.
Own your style with accessories. “A woman makes an outfit her own with accessories.” Oscar de la Renta.
For a bold take on accessories, definitely check out The Crosby Collection. They specialize in rare, gem-quality domestic stones, and their jewelry may add the flare you’ve been looking for.
That comfy flannel that continues to bring you joy will always have a place in your closet, but make sure you up your came with on-trend sweaters or oversized “boyfriend style” blouses. To really get into the mountain town style pair with jean jackets and hats.
Pair this Snake Cashmere Sweater from Cake with white, black, or even blue or red bottoms!
Dress up or down with this little number from Flight boutique. To dress it up, rock it with some heels. To make the look more laid back, try slipping on some good old fashioned converse.
Olive & Tweed is an amazing place to find unique and eye-catching pants and skirts.
Everything on their shelves is carefully chosen. These Pleated Roll Up Paper Bag Pants are a great addition to any wardrobe, and flatter pretty much any figure.
Boots are a mountain town style mandatory. And pretty much any style can be paired with other mountain style staples. Keep those feet warm with handmade boots from DiJure.
Overland Sheepskin Co. is another Park City favorite for boots, and most of them are waterproof and SO warm without sacrificing style.
At this point in the winter you’re sure to need a few new pieces to make it to spring. There is no need to sacrifice style with winter layers.