five ways to elevate your blue jeans

  1. Lori Colletti says:

    The orange sweater is the best,that color really pops with your hair

  2. Thanks for the jeans ideas. BTW, your hair is looking so good.

  3. Eva Popovich says:

    Thanks for your post about styling jeans. Here in St. Petersburg, FL, our temperatures during the day are quite warm. Today we will be just under 90. So layering doesn’t work, sadly. I’m sure I will catch up with your posts in the summer, as I’m sure it gets hot in Athens, GA. But for right now, I must wear sleeveless or short-sleeved tops, although it is not too hot yet to have to skip a belt. By 10 pm when we take our two dogs out on a walk down to the bay it’s cooler, but by then I’m inclined to just put on a long-sleeved shirt over my clothes.
    Even with that said, I always enjoy your classic but quirky looks!

  4. Micheline says:

    J’aime vos présentations. Love your classics mix and match! Est-ce que vous habillez les petites size 4 or 6 depending of the company. I’m 5 feet tall and weight 48 kg (108 pounds).
    Thank you.

  5. MaryLynne says:

    I have all those clothes in my closet. Thanks for new ideas on how to put them together. They are all perfect RV travel outfits if we ever get to travel again. The only downside is that none of my jeans fit right and I can’t shop to try on new ones

  6. Lindsey A says:

    What a fun post! Jeans are such a classic, and great to see such a range of looks.

    Post idea/request – just the other day I was pulling out jewellery to go with my Mothers day dress, and realizing that my collection is quite ‘serious’, with high quality precious and semi-precious, quite conservative pieces. Which don’t get me wrong, I love them all and many have very sentimental associations too. Lately though, I’ve been kinda wanting to try out some more ‘fun’ pieces at times, but am not entirely sure where to start with this. A post on matching fun/costume jewellery with our outfits, and/or when to use our more expensive pieces and when to use costume, and/or how to do a jewellery high/low mix, would I think be something very helpful!

    • Stacey Haney says:

      I agree, I have both kinds of jewelry but sometimes not taking the risks I should in wearing them. Jewelry and purses are so fun to incorporate. Maybe a piece about switching out purses. Do you use an organizer inside to make it easy or do you use the same purse all the time?

  7. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Great post! Love your girl-next-door look in the first picture, the pop-of-color shoes (there’s a bright orange pair in my closet waiting for a test drive), and the way you look in the gray jeans outfit. Wow. Gotta hunt for gray jeans now! My preference is black but your fabulous jeans make me want a pair, too. Thanks for all the work you put into inspiring us to try new looks…or old looks in a fresh new way!~

  8. Kate Granado says:

    Hi Beth;
    Great post. I love that you show along with your tell | advice! I think my personal favorite is the chunky sweeter, just the smallest hint of a Chanel look.

    I saw a few shots of you, especially in your bio with your hair combed back.
    LOVE THE LOOK. It opens up that beautiful face.
    Thanks for the blog.

  9. Maria says:

    Looking Good As Always Love Watching You 🥰

  10. Andrea says:

    First off, your hair looks so beautiful – classic!

    I have always loved red and coral, but now I’m grey(pepper/salt), I’m not so fond of it close to my face. This is the perfect solution for my favs…I even have a supply of blue and slate striped shirts!

    You have finally convinced me to buy the pair of similar coloured shoes, I have oft dreamed of, but never quite made the leap. They so elevate the outfit and allow us to use colours we love but can’t wear close to our face. Thanks for giving me strength, Beth. 🎁

  11. Vikki Andrews says:

    Oh my! Love the looks! Love your hair! Love the shoes. Great ideas!

    Thanks for sharing! Comfy looks with a classic style.

  12. Sangita M says:

    The blog and video were fabulous! I loved all your combinations and suggestions. I did purchase the easy spirit snakeskin shoes. Can’t wait for them to arrive. You look fabulous as always.
    Take Care and be well

  13. Dawn says:

    Hi from Australia! I enjoy all your posts but liked this one especially- great ideas I can use for a travel capsule….once we are allowed to travel again.

  14. Nancy A Reed says:

    GREAT LOOKS. Thanks for the ideas

  15. Suzanne Smith says:

    Nice combinations of looks. I wear my jeans a lot, because if I don’t, I’m afraid I’ll gain weight if I’m constantly in stretchy pants! It makes me remember not to eat too much during the day. Today, we had to get dolled up to do a drive-by parade in front of a birthday girl’s home! Such excitement, n’est ce pas?! We decked out the car’s exterior, made things to wave with, wore nice clothes, and it actually was fun to see her face when all the cars rolled through in front of her home. First time I’ve gotten “dressed up” in some days. We live in strange times, don’t we? haaaaaa

  16. Lisa says:

    Hi Beth. Great post and video. Loved all the looks, but the chunky sweater was freaking awesome. It’s very very similar to a cardigan from Francis Valentine, but yours is better.

    I look forward to your blog and I have learned so much about the history of fashion from you. You work it girlie!

  17. Susan says:

    Hi Beth…Love the gray jeans. Talbot has jeans in many colors. Would you think about a ootd using different colors. I am sure I am not the only One that does not do blue jeans, but love colored jeans! I have yellow, pink, red, you would a ball styling them! Love your blog!!

  18. Joy says:

    Outfit 2 for the win
    It’s the best representation of the happiness and”good thing” your blog/work adds to life

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