5 Steps to Update Your Wardrobe

  1. Carolina girl says:

    This was an interesting post, Beth! I still have that exact Navy with pink piping sweater blazer in my closet. Eye opening for me! Some things I think may be timeless aren’t necessarily…

    • PJ says:

      Same navy blazer with pink trim – I am not ditching it but pairing with a nice blouse – usually with jeans – buy classics and you won’t have to keep buying – would enjoy a post on using some already existing pieces you’ve featured from years past and how to make the most of them – thx for a great blog

      • Beth Djalali says:

        I’m definitely a classics girl, but everything has a time and a season. But I’ll never tell you not to wear something. That’s completely up to you.

      • Maeve says:

        That little black sweater dress Beth features comes in cream, I believe. Maybe pair it with your blazer and a scarf that complements or covers the pink trim, and you have a more modern look. A trendy sweater tank in pink could be great too. There are some great ideas with the J Crew cropped Lady Jackets.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      Blazers are defintely timeless as we reach for them year after year. But the silhouettes come and then go. It’s up to us and our personal style aesthetic that determines when we let them go.
      Always love to hear from you!

  2. SC Lady says:

    Great week of posts.

  3. Nancy B says:

    Excellent post, Beth! This is exactly what I’m trying to achieve with my wardrobe. I’m now 62 and in semi-retirement and do not need nor want a massive wardrobe. This type of post helps me stay on track to achieve my scaled down but staying current wardrobe. Thank you!

  4. Thank you. I loved everything. You do a great job.

  5. Renee says:

    You have great style and I would love to see you do more posts on wearing your 2015 items in an updated way, maybe having it tailored or repurposed. Also a post on purchasing thrifted or sustainable style to update a wardrobe would be a very current fashion statement.
    As mature women we are responsible to be better climate roll models for younger generations.

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