true blue

code blue

code blue

code blue

code blue

code blue

code blue

if there is a color that works for you, then work it! and how do you know if a color looks good on you? pay attention to the times you’re complimented. what were you wearing? or more specifically what colors were you wearing? bingo! that color should be incorporated into your wardrobe. which is one reason you find me in blue. it’s a tried-and-true color for me, and i rotate it frequently in my wardrobe. pair blue with white and it’s summer perfection. take today’s ootd. a simple blue chambray shirt and white wide-leg pants perk up with the addition of a blue canvas belt. notice the leather trim on the belt. see how it’s repeated with my shoes and handbag? this subtle detail unifies the outfit but allows the blue shirt to take center stage. a tortoise shell necklace, a few bangles and i’m headed out the door looking crisp on this hot july day.

labels: pants Banana Republic (old, similar here and here); shirt Gap (old, similar here and here); belt Ralph Lauren (old, similar here and here); shoes Corso Campania (similar here and here); necklace c/o Chloe and Isabel

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13 Comments

  1. jeannie Pierce wrote:

    LOVE your earrings, who are they by?? I look forward to your post you look amazing always.

    Posted 7.19.16
  2. pqcbb wrote:

    Great point on color! The purse, where can I find the purse or one like it?

    Posted 7.19.16
    • hello!
      I’m very sorry to disappoint you, but mr. style bought this for me well over fifteen years ago.
      xoxo beth

      Posted 7.20.16
  3. donnanance wrote:

    You look great in chambray! xoxo

    Posted 7.19.16
    • love chambray with everything! it makes such a great button down.
      xoxo beth

      Posted 7.20.16
  4. Nikki G wrote:

    Crisp is a great way to describe it! Great outfit. Although, I am soooo used to skinny jeans/pants that the wide leg is taking some getting used to again. LOL
    🙂 http://www.gwingal.com

    Posted 7.19.16
    • you are not the only one trying to get used to a wider leg. i’ve had the distinct pleasure of seeing this width come and go in the fashion world several times. but growing up int he seventies sealed my love for them. we had pants named elephant legs. can you imagine?
      xoxo beth

      Posted 7.20.16
  5. Suzanne Smith wrote:

    Lovely look!

    Posted 7.19.16
  6. Sue Smith wrote:

    Soft, lovely look!

    Posted 7.19.16
    • hi sue!
      always love to hear from you. yes, the width of the pants soften the overall look.
      xoxo beth

      Posted 7.20.16
  7. Great look Beth, as usual <3. Have a great day! Renata

    Posted 7.20.16

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