a renewed (fashion) sense of purpose

  1. Jeanne Ferrara says:

    Hi Beth, thank you for your positive outlook always. You have a great fashion sense and I enjoy your blog and the positivity is such a necessary and welcome touch.

  2. karen kappmeyer says:

    Thank you you are always so inspirational.

  3. Jo-Ann Mazliach says:

    Beth you look fantastic in your nautical OOTD!
    The pea coat is one of my favorites. It is all pulled so nice with all other pieces.
    And thanks for putting a smile on my face 😊

  4. Suzanne Smith says:

    This is a good look! The wide-leg pants are a nice change. I have some cropped wide-leg pants and if I wear something more fitted on top, I love the balance. But I love this! I have a similar sweater, but I don’t have the wide leg longer length pants. I’ll have to think about adding some. The shoes and bag are great with it. Cute look and I love that it looks comfortable, too.

  5. Ruthann says:

    I love the look of the pants, BUT, they aren’t quite as tailored as I would like. They’re so “broken in,” they have lost their smooth drape. Don’t know if darker shoes would distract from the look of the jeans, but I think it’s all about the fabric. If the fabric looked just a bit newer, crisper, with a better drape instead of a “hang,” I think this look would rock. Because of you, Beth, I picked up a pair of wide-leg jeans and I love them. The fabric on mine is a tad darker, without the “rubbed/aged” look. They have a nicer hang, Just a thought. You are a splendid role model, and my closet is breathing freer and saying thank you! Keep up these posts!!! P.S. I like the lifestyle posts as well as the fashion posts. You rock

    • Beth Djalali says:

      light rinse jeans have a different drape than dark rinse jeans no matter if they’re skinny or wide. they’re much softer and can visually add weight. but it boils down to personal preference. me? i like both and love to wear light, dark and in-between. thanks so much for your feedback. xo

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