how they held up: a spring retrospective

  1. Francesca says:

    HI Beth,
    Love the spirit and your attitude!! My lovely Mum spent her childhood in the Blitz in London never knowing where the bombs were going to fall, and spending many hours in the cupboard under the stairs waiting, listening….
    We can get through these trying times and out the other side. Thank you for beinging sunshine and joy into my email box. All the best!

  2. Chris Illius says:

    Love these looks! Perfect for easing into Spring! I love that these are things from your closet – I love the suede jacket and recognize it from before. We need more of this recycling what we already have! Thanks Beth!

  3. Kathy says:

    Really like the dress you’re wearing, the similar one not so much but I think I could sew up the [sq] dotted dress, pretty simple design, just need to find the right fabric and trim. The blue shoes are adorable but at $140 out of my budget. Would be nice if you could include some more affordable styles along with the higher priced ones. Yes I think shoes costing over $100 is too high priced.

  4. Suzanne M Smith says:

    Very nice! I headed out this morning to go for a walk around a lake that’s about a 2 mile walk. I went out with a jacket on at 57 degrees, and I found I was tying it around my waist mid-walk. Now, home and comfy again, the thermometer tells me it has gone all the way up to 79! Hello, Spring in NC! Love it. Layers is definitely the way to go here. Even in summer, though, I almost always have a sweater over my shoulder in case I head inside where it’s chilly. Those are all good spring looks.

  5. Marilyn Bornstein says:

    Love your posts.
    Rational and comforting. Thank you.

  6. Joy says:

    They have all “held up” and done so beautifully

    Good job!

  7. Debbie says:

    Love your style! I’m a classic dresser as well – you bring great updates and modern combinations to the mix.
    Thank You,
    From a beach town on Lake Huron

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