Staying Warm in Style

I know it’s hard to believe that it’s still winter, but the groundhog did see his shadow–so I think it’s only fitting to dedicate a post to the chilliness to come (maybe).  Take it from a girl who went to college in Wisconsin, I know it’s easy to get lost in layers and drab colors so my keys to surviving winter are vibrant colors, sensible layers, tights, warm shoes/socks (!), and of course a fabulous scarf.

I love the bright red coat combined with the fabulous scarf and bold tights--this outfit screams confidence and is a wonderful way to keep winter interesting

Photo courtesy of whipped style.com

The look is so classic with a bit of edge--highlighted by layered tights-socks

Photo courtesy of atlantic-pacific

Love the reindeer accents and the ease this outfit exudes. I am also always in search of the perfect holiday-ish winter wonderland sweater

Photo courtesy of lookbook.nu

comfortable and cozy....the olsens can do no wrong

Photo courtesy of jandilicious.tumblr.com

This outfit is absolute perfection and looks so warm! I love the interesting pattern, the incredible layering, the cozy scarf, the timeless boots, and the fresh super high bun.

Photo courtesy of witanddelight.tumblr.com

warm socks and fabulous boots are my secret to surviving winter. i love the zipper and the contrast of brown and gray.

Photo courtesy of awelltraveledwoman.tumblr

I am obsessed with this look! I love the oversized scarf and the simple color palette....oh and yes the AMAZING shoes!

Photo courtesy of cupcakesandcashmere

Amanda Brooks (Barney's Fashion Director)--comfortable and glamorous!

Photo courtesy of vogue.com

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