keeping with classic style for fall

we began this week by sharing a women’s guide to blazers, and we’re continuing on with that theme today.  that’s right.  we’re keeping with classic style for fall, and today’s OOTD is all about the mighty blazer.   

keeping with classic style for fall

it’s full fall mode here in Athens, and i’m reaching for denim, denim, and more denim.  i’m loving these stovepipe jeans paired with this chambray shirt.  contrary to popular belief, it’s totally possible to pull off an all-denim outfit.  the trick is to break up the monochrome with either a color pop or print.  both can come from layering a blazer or from carefully chosen accessories.  animal print shoes, bags, and/or a belt are what allow us to pair the same color tops and bottoms.  (even denim!). all of my items today are older, so below i’ve linked similar. however, since i get asked by so many of you where i got my glasses, i’ve linked those too! 

stovepipe jeans | italian luxe blazer | chambray shirt | prada eyeglasses | 3 1/3″ heel3″ heel | 2 3/5″ heel | 2″ heel | satchel | belt

 

high heels?  no problem.

i’m loving these leopard calf hair heels from J.Crew.  but i realize that high heels aren’t for everyone.  heel height is a personal preference, and that’s why i’ve linked heels of ranging heights for you.  we’ve got everything from a 3 1/3″ heel to a pair of 2″ sling backs.

stovepipe jeans | italian luxe blazer | chambray shirt | prada eyeglasses | 3 1/3″ heel3″ heel | 2 3/5″ heel | 2″ heel | satchel | belt

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16 Comments

  1. Sangita M wrote:

    Love it Beth! Simple and classic, yet with style as always!

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
    • i’m always a sucker for simple, classic style. it’s always on-trend.

      Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  2. Pam wrote:

    Beth, I love the simplicity of this outfit.

    On other note, I recently had a knee replacement surgery and am impressed that you are able to wear heels after yours. How long was it post surgery before you could handle elevation?

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
    • well, i had PT for six-weeks then once i was given the green light to work-out again i’ve hit the gym pretty hard with 4 to 5 workouts per week. high heels need strong legs that come with consistent exercise. so i’m guessing it was about the three-month mark when i started to wear heels again.

      Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  3. Georgia Peach wrote:

    Ah…this is the perfect autumn outfit. I can’t love this enough!
    May we,your readers, start a write-in campaign to have Talbots invite you to be a model?
    You look awesome in all your clothes! Nothing wrong w/6’2″ size 2 but not your avg. American gal.

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  4. glenda polston wrote:

    love your hair.Is it cut above the ear or pulled behind it? Mine wont go behind it so mine is cut to the top but not in a v shape. It is very thin so still have to do some teasing, Wish it was thick like yours. I try all products they to thicken it. any suggestions? you are a very pretty and elegant lady. Love your post,

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  5. Liz wrote:

    Beth, you look absolutely stunning! I love the leopard shoes!

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  6. Bonnie Schulte wrote:

    Shirt, shoes, purse,belt, earrings, Beth I love this all. Your hair style too, is my favorite. Classic style is YOU!!! Beautiful…

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  7. Deanna wrote:

    Classic and classy fall outfit. You’ve inspired me to pull out my old Sam Edelman animal print flats to pair with jeans. Love the glasses too!

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  8. Lindsey A wrote:

    So I never normally like a double-denim look, but the blazer and shoes make this one very cool and stylish, love it!

    If only it was autumn weather here in the SF Bay Area. We are forecast mid-high 90’s the next couple of days. I’m so ready for cooler temps! Especially as a British ex-pat!

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  9. Nelda M Pattillo wrote:

    Love the look!! The weight loss is becoming, but not too much and all of the effort to exercise is beginning to show!

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  10. Joanie wrote:

    Hi Beth
    I love everything about this outfit! It looks like fall. I, too, think Talbots should hire you to model their clothing. You look great! Classics never go out of style! Also, I like it when you style items you already own in your closet. Blessings to you and your family. Thanks for posting.
    Joanie from Iowa

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  11. Eve wrote:

    I like dbl denim. I would switch out the heels for my leopard boots and the blazer for a softer jacket. I can still get inspiration from your blazer posts even though I don’t like Blazers. i do like camel with denim.

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  12. jackie wrote:

    Lovely look Madame. Would look equally lovely with black jeans and shirt…… Love the glasses and it would indeed be wonderful if when you doing the new glasses thing again to perhaps do something on selecting the right glasses shape. Stay well and safe

    Posted 9.30.20 Reply
  13. ROBYN Mixon wrote:

    Hi Beth–love the look and have several chambray shirts which I find are softer than denim– but heels hurt my feet– I am all about my leopard flats. One thing to consider is the safety of wearing heels for day to day life–for active women, they do add a danger of injury and falls–great to put on a pair to get from car to restaurant or event, but not for running around town (not that there is much of that during Covid-19).

    Posted 10.1.20 Reply
  14. Carolies wrote:

    Terrific look. Not Autumn yet here in England but I will try and copy when it is!

    Posted 10.1.20 Reply
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