cashmere from head-to-toe | thanksgiving gift guide

  1. Becky says:

    Love the warm and cozy cashmere! And the tablescapes. Where can I purchase the brown and white dishes? Perfect for our dining room.

  2. Sue says:

    Love the autumn colors and textures. A chic look. Cashmere head to toe for warmth makes good sense, bare ankles and feet maybe not so much. Looking for styling suggestions, other than boots, that keep feet warm.

  3. Rozita says:

    Yes, it’s cold outside…everything is perfect- you, camel cashmere sweater layered with a cashmere sweater-blazer and silk scarf and wide-leg pants. Exept those UGLY
    “fun toby flats”! Maybe this look is on-trend, but IN MY OPINION is unexceptable. When it’s cold outside, I don’t joking with my health – I don’t show bare legs in flats which will not protect me from cold and rain.

    Warm greetings from Europe!

  4. Julie Mycock says:

    Hi Beth, I love Cashmere, so warm and cozy. Temps here in England not so good, very damp and 4.30pm its 2c so roughly 34f not liking it at all. But we are off on a Carribbean cruise on Friday for 2 weeks so looking forward to the warmer weather.
    Loving you in the autumn colours and your table settings are beautiful xoxo

  5. Suzanne M Smith says:

    Great look! I love how you paired the silk scarf with this–looks cozy and pretty all at once. And I personally like the shoes! That style is so easy to walk in, and I rarely wear heels these days after my Total Knee Replacement surgeries. I still like a dressy shoe that looks nice, though. Your tablescapes are lively, too. You put a lot of effort into all this-thanks for the hard work!

  6. Suzanne Contois says:

    Hi Beth, I love wide leg pants but just don’t get the cropped wide leg. I think they do make ones legs look short and what kind of hosiery does one wear with white winter legs?

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