Monday, February 2, 2015

Winter Wonderland

Blanket scarf + layers

Details + neutrals

Mansur Gavriel mini bucket bag

Zara blanket scarf wrap
Sweater: ASOS | Collared Shirt: H&M | Scarf: Zara (similar here and here) | Denim: J Brand '620' | Boots: Stuart Weitzman | Bag: Mansur Gavriel (sold out in most places, but Bergdorf's has a few available for pre-order) | Sunglasses: Karen Walker | Watch: Michael Kors | Necklace: Theresa Mink | Bracelet: J.Crew | Rings: Vintage, SIX | Lips: NARS 'Dragon Girl' | Nails: OPI 'You're Such a Budapest'

Last week's bikini weather quickly devolved into a big snowstorm on Saturday, so on Sunday morning, we woke up to this winter wonderland right outside our door. The day wasn't quite as chilly as it looked, so I was comfortable in this layered ensemble, using my Zara blanket scarf as more blanket than scarf. I layered a collared shirt under this warm, furry sweater, and I was set for a quick walk with Stanley in the snow.

Hope you have a lovely week!

x, Tam


  1. Beautiful outfit! you have mastered the art of layering and just in time given the dropping temperatures.

  2. Love the pictures <3


  3. Love the way you styled your shawl. It's gorgeous. Hope it is keeping you warm too. It sure looks really cold out there <3

  4. Love the oversized scraf/shawl - looks stunning!

    xo - margaret

  5. I love this, Tam! I'm always nervous when it gets too warm because I know that means the next cold front isn't gonna be pretty. :)

    ~Sarah of Sarah's Real Life

  6. Everything looks gorgeous, and you look so warm and cozy!

  7. Nice bag and cute sweater :) M&MFASHIONBITES

  8. Really like your style. It's so classy. My favorite part is this scarf. It's so versatile and looks warm.


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