tips for wearing separates

  1. Eve says:

    Before fashion bloggers, there was Seventeen, Glamour and Cosmo. I really like seperates. As a young working woman, I would buy jacket/pants and skirt/blouse outfits that matched. It was amazing how many different looks you could get with just a few pieces.

  2. Penny says:

    Love love love paisley too, I think last count I have 7 scarves and 2 tops. The purse, Beth, the purse is fabulous. The shape, the textures, the size…what’s not to love…I’m on a quest now to find one like yours.
    Have a wonderful 4th, freedom isn’t free, many gave their all, time to honor them and our sovereign right.

  3. Those paisley pants look great with both matching top and with the lighter tops! I think the paisley top might go well with light jeans knotted at waist? Maybe in the fall? Cute!

  4. Sandra says:

    Happy 4th of July to you Beth! Love all your posts…they really are all about life, liberty & the pursuit of happiness!

  5. Pat says:

    Did you get your orange chair reupholstered? I have always loved that chair. Is that a new gold table? It is beautiful?

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i finally recovered this chair. when ollie was a kitten she used it as a scratching post so it was relegated to the guest room.
      but now it has a new life! the table has been here for several years.

  6. I love reading your posts. I love paisley too. The description of your childhood room sounds so pretty. Hope you enjoy the 4th holiday!

  7. Wow! I bet your bedroom was so cool! My sister loves paisley too. I like this pattern also and like the outfits your have shown. Have a great 4th of July weekend.

  8. very pretty Beth, I do not think I can wear it because I am 5’2.
    But on you, it looks very nice.
    love your hair today.
    Thank you again for sharing your outfit.

  9. Lauren says:

    You said “typically silk” and I was interested…..checked the website and these are polyester…soooo disappointed

  10. Lyn says:

    Love those pants. A funny story – a few years ago we were going to Ireland and in planning my wardrobe I bought a 2 piece outfit – a top and matching printed skirt. I knew I could wear that top with black slacks, and the skirt with black tees. After buying it and bringing it home, I simply hung it over the door on the hanger. It was there for about 3 weeks. When I went to take it down to pack I discovered that the large security thing was still attached and was hidden in the folds of the skirt! We had to go back to the store to get it removed – when we walked in alarm went off – why it didn’t do it when we left the store after purchase who knows! Since it was a key piece in my travel wardrobe I can’t imagine not finding that thing until I took it out of the suitcase. Live and learn!

  11. Tina says:

    Hi Beth,

    So happy I discovered your podcast! Beautiful everything and your taste is very close to mine. What I really like is that you work with a large waistline-always part of my physique…what a pleasure to see someone using the large waist instead of hiding it! Inspiring and I plan to do the same now.

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