The high heels and gowns are being put away for a moment, as InStyle editors (along with thousands of film industry leaders) head to the cold, snowy town of Park City, Utah for the annual Sundance Film Festival. We’re there all week covering the hottest films and their talents straight from our InStyle photo studio. But the film festival isn’t the only thing Park City has to offer; the mountain town also hosts some world-class restaurants, luxurious spas and home-grown boutiques that have a vibe all of their own. The best part is you can shop there, too, with just a tap on your phone.

Here are some of our favorite online hot spots, straight out of Park City:

Cake on Main. Did you forget a staple like a warm scarf, or do you need a new pair of jeans?  This go-to boutique carries Rag and Bone, Vince, DVF and more. They are experts in helping you stay warm but look chic at the same time. Visit shopcakeboutique.com.

Flight Boutique. Another staple that has a Brooklyn-meets-the-Wild-West vibe. Ask for owners Blaire Hayes and Kristen Moss, who grew up together in Park City, if you need extra guidance deciding. Visit flightclothingboutique.com.

Burns Cowboy Shop. The easiest way to look like you’ve been to Park City (even if you haven’t) is to don a pair of cowboy boots. They come in and out of style according to the trends of the season, but you can’t go wrong with having one well-made pair in the closet. Burns Cowboy Shop does it right. Visit them online at burns1876.com and check out the Nile crocodile boots.  Dreamy.

Crosby Collection. Another Western look that is a must for any jewelry collection: A vintage turquoise flower blossom. Talk about a statement necklace! This one is amazing, but you should visit crosbycollection.com often if you’re on the hunt for something specific.

Mountain Body.  Need to slough off some dry winter skin? Mountain Body makes its own scrubs made with salt from the great Salt Lake.  The citrus mint Mountain Glow scrub will wake you up and leave your skin soft and moisturized. Visit shopmountainbody.com.

Rustic Roasters. Not many Sundance Film Festival attendees have the time for a hike in the woods while they are in town, but if they did, they might stumble across some naturally shed reindeer antlers. At Rustic Roasters, these beautiful objects get turned into the ultimate marshmallow roasting sticks — perfect for your next s’more night with friends. Visit rusticroasters.com.

Want to learn more about the Sundance Film Festival? Go inside our portrait studio at the Sundance Film Festival, and discover what we’re looking forward to most this year

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