Winter Layering Basics

Our obsession with the Blanket Scarf continues. But really, can you blame us? Our girl Courtney, the blogger behind Color Me Courtney shows us how she does winter layering with a few basics accented by denim on denim and a bold lip. It’s safe to say, we’re in love.

Meet Courtney:
Courtney Quinn of is New-York based twenty something with an out-of-the-box sense of style and a slight color obsession. She believes in red lipstick, dessert first and always being overdressed. In addition to producing handbags for Coach, Courtney (@colormecourtney) catalogs her outfits, hostessing skills, donut addiction and city life with her french bulldog, Waffles on

Winter Layering Basics

Winter Layering BasicsWinter Layering BasicsWhat inspired Courtney’s Look:
A little blue goes a long way, but what about a lot of blue? Well that has to go some place awesome! I was so inspired by the dual blues in this blanket scarf, that I decided to dive headfirst into denim on denim.

Everyone loves a good blanket scarf, especially one that can keep you warm and toasty, while still looking cool. A white blanket scarf breathes new life into this trend by giving it a refreshing new twist. A white blanket scarf like this can carry you all the way through the last bit of winter when paired with double denim, a navy coat, or even a little blue dress and over-the-knee boots for a dressier look!
Winter Layering Basics

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  • mrsamandajgarcia

    Love those colors in the scarf!! I recently bought the tan/blue one, love it

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