Maisie Williams cuts a casual figure in green loungewear as she arrives in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival
The actress, 25, sported eye-catching loungewear as she walked through the airport, sporting large headphones.
She donned a green spotty top shirt with a pair of acid-green tracksuit bottoms which had a zig-zag pattern.
Keeping it casual: Maisie Williams looked casual in an acid green tracksuit as she arrived in Utah for the Sundance Film Festival on Thursday
Maisie complemented her cosy look with a lighter green jacket, wrapping up warm after her flight.
Her hair was styled in a brunette pixie cut, putting a pair of headphones over her ears and later draping them around her neck.
The beauty accessorised her outfit with two pairs of hoop earrings and a simple gold necklace, going makeup free.
Cosy but cool: The actress, 25, sported eye-catching loungewear as she walked through the airport in clashing trainers
It comes after Maisie reflected on her time on the hit show, Game Of Thrones.
The actress made her professional acting debut on the hit series as Arya Stark, one of the few characters to survive from the pilot through the series finale spanning all eight seasons.
The actress appeared on a live Twitch stream with her brother James Williams, where she admitted that the show, ‘fell off at the end’.
Comfort: She donned a green spotty shirt with a pair of tracksuit bottoms in a zig-zag pattern as she appeared to have a chat with someone at the baggage reclaim
Williams admitted to her brother that she, ‘rewatched it all recently,’ and when her brother asked what she thought, the actress said, ‘It was… um… it definitely fell off at the end,’ which caused both siblings to laugh.
‘But it started really strong,’ she admitted, adding, ‘I was heartbroken when Ned died because for the first time I could really feel the story.’
Her character Arya Stark’s father Ned Stark (Sean Bean) was considered one of the most honorable men in all of Westeros, though fans were shocked when new king Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) called for Ned’s execution in the ninth episode of Game of Thrones’ first season.
Maisie said: ‘For a long time I had to just avoid it because it was too triggering, but now I feel like I’ve made peace with it all, I guess,’ Williams said.
‘It feels good to be proud of it. It was 10 years of my life.’
Even while Game of Thrones was in production, she found time for many other projects such as Gold, iBoy, Mary Shelley and episodes of Doctor Who.
Maisie also played Rahne Sinclair in The New Mutants and most recently starred in the FX mini-series Pistol.
The actress has recently been filming The New Look, portraying Catherine Dior alongside Ben Mendelsohn as fashion icon Christian Dior.
Fell off: The actress appeared on a live Twitch stream with her brother James Williams, where she admitted that the show, ‘fell off at the end’