timeless classic | turtleneck sweater

  1. Cynthia G Smith says:

    This look is ME, but in non-distressed jeans. Wearing a flannel under a turtleneck is something I will have to try. As far as hole-y jeans go, I think they look silly, especially on a saavy senior! We should celebrate our classiness, not try to look like the middle-schoolers I teach.

    • beth djalali says:

      did i mention there’s always an opinion on distressed jeans? just remember your style ‘do’ may be a ‘don’t’ and vice versa. ain’t it grand to live in the 21st century where we have choices?!

  2. louise meyer says:

    I love the turtleneck that you are wearing because it isn’t tight to your neck. Anything tight to my neck is not a flattering look for my neck. I usually end up wearing a cowl neck or crew neck.
    Can you tell me where you purchased it?

  3. Susanna Brown says:

    What brand is your bag? Thanks.

  4. DriftwoodLover says:

    Great classic look … no wonder it’s still a favorite!

  5. Sue Smith says:

    The jewel-tone colors in the plaid shirt are so vibrant! Looks fabulous. Today was bitter cold-only in the 20’s this morning–so I was bundled up in a turtleneck AND a wool scarf wrapped all around–like a big cocoon! Felt fabulous–with OTK boots, too. I felt toasty. Enjoyed your walk down memory lane!

    • beth djalali says:

      brrrrr. we’ve had those temps too, sue! the one thing i love about our neck of the woods is that we’ll warm up again and we can ditch our hat and gloves. but i do enjoy hauling both out along with a toasty warm coat.

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