Cozy Comfort is Today’s Theme! — Fashion Friday & Food

Layering up for the colder months is important in helping us feel warm and cozy. These ideas below all incorporate some form of layering, as well as some personal style to keep it contemporary.

Photo Credit: Little Miss Fearless
Photo Credit: Little Miss Fearless

I came across LITTLE MISS FEARLESS’s blog yesterday after finding one of her Pins on Pinterest. Check out her blog; she’s fashion savvy with lots of good ideas for style and colors.

Photo Credit: Martin Nenov and from the site Straight Up Style

This photo, taken by Martin Nenov, is great example of layering up for colder days. Love the mittens, the fur, and the big scarf. From the blog STRAIGHT UP STYLE.

LayersThe neutral, monotone colors and big scarf are working here. Mixing textures works to give you that cozy feel.

Layers2Stripes, boots, jacket and sweater…all offering warmth. I know when I wear my boots with socks, I stay nice warm all day long!

Layers3Finally, this is the “fancy cozy” layering look. It’s quite simple, but again, the neutrals are all working together. And that grey fur…tremendous.


Yes. We all need a little sparkle in our lives. Check out this pair of shoes…


Food: A Comforting, Cozy Stew

Beef Daube Provencal. Photo credit: Cooking Light
Beef Daube Provencal. Photo credit: Cooking Light

To go along with our cozy feel today, I’m posting a collection of Stew recipes from Cooking Light. You’ll be sure to find one you like, as they all look pretty fantastic. There’s nothing like some home cooking on a cold night. It will go along perfectly with a crackling fire and one of your cozy outfits.

I've been blogging at Steph's Scribe since 2011. Professionally, I'm a writer, author, blogger, and a full-time professor at Stevenson University. Personally, I'm married with two children. My hobbies, which I often blog about, are reading, travel, fashion, movies, and sharing funny family stories or life wisdom. Thanks for checking out my blog.

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