versatile separates to mix and match

  1. Eve says:

    Love pairing bold with white in summer. I couldn’t wear the skirt because it emphasizes an area I’d rather not but I love you in it.

  2. Looking at you in the gorgeous clothes, I’m feeling 4th of July! How great!
    No set plans right now as were expecting raindrops on both the 3rd and 4th, but grilling is still a possibility! Hope the weatherman is a teeny bit wrong…..
    Happy 4th to you, Beth! ❤️🎉🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

  3. Virginia says:

    First, you’re fabulous. Second, because I’m 5’3 and relatively short-waisted, I really struggle with the front/half tuck, as I feel it draws a bullseye on my tummy. And I find myself fussing with the back and sides and usually giving up. So since you have totally nailed this, I’d love to see side and back views of your front/half tuck. And a few weeks ago, you sported a very cute chambray or denim Talbots top with a back tuck, which I also loved. So please show us the 360 on this technique sometime— thanks!

  4. Juliet Long says:

    I just bought a pair of white cropped pants from Bloomies that was listed on your previous post. Do you get any sort of credit when people shop for the items on your post?

    • Beth Djalali says:

      the blog uses affiliate links. it’s typically noted at the bottom of the blog post but the last blog update knocked that off and the tech
      team has to put it back in place. but, yes, if you click the link then purchase an item i receive a commission. thank you!

  5. Only you can pull off that bright orange and look so great!!
    Have a nice night
    I was missing you this morning

  6. Sue Scholz says:

    The red outfit is so refreshing and suits you perfectly in all the variations. Love watching your ideas.

  7. I love Ann Taylor pieces. So versatile to mix and match, Orange is not a color for me though it looks really nice on you. Will look for something in red or blue for me.
    Have a great 4th of July.

  8. Connie says:

    I really enjoyed watching you video about how to tuck or tie your shirts. I learned some new tricks… thanks so much for sharing!

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