About

 

beth age 32

 

Welcome!

I’m Beth Djalali, a girl that grew up in Omaha, Nebraska – a city and state that’s smack dab in the middle of the country. Not exactly the fashion capital of the world, but not exactly hicksville either – think no further than Warren Buffet who has claimed Omaha as his home for over 80 years. And I might add that I’ve been thankful on more than one occasion that I hail from the Midwest as I more or less have both feet planted firmly on the ground.

Needless to say if you’ve stopped by my blog, you know I have an interest in fashion. This photo was taken of me at age 32, and while some things have changed since then I’m still just a girl at heart navigating through her personal style. My hope with this blog is to encourage other women to embrace their own personal style as well. Because one thing I’ve learned is that when you look great, you feel great and you step out the door armed with confidence! I’m very keen on a versatile wardrobe built with key pieces that can be worn over and over again. I’m also a firm believer that a beautiful closet can be achieved with affordable pieces that don’t have to break your bank. I’m happy to share what I’ve learned through the years to equip you with the fashion tools you can use and apply in very practical ways. Tools and inspiration that will help answer the inevitable question ‘what do i wear today?’ I hope my daily ootd posts will inspire you to try something new because at the end of the day, getting dressed in the morning should be fun.

I’ve been married for 33 years to the most interesting man in the world. No really, he’s a dead ringer for the Dos Equis man. And for 26 of those years I traipsed around the world with him as he climbed the corporate ladder with 3 boys, 2 dogs, and 1 cat in tow. Now that our boys have grown into young men and flown the coop my husband and I have downsized our lives and now live in the beautiful college town of Athens, GA.

I’m a writer represented by Eric Ruben, Ruben Literary Agency, and while a major publishing house did not pick up my first book I am keeping my fingers crossed that my second book – a romantic/suspense – will be ‘the one.’

 

 

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