a coatigan to keep warm

  1. Linda V says:

    gee, I love the bags you show, but I cannot afford $500 for a bag! do you have any alternative bags that are woven at a lower price??? thanks

    • Beth Djalali says:

      we’ll try to offer price alternatives in the same post. but there are so many price options offered with our daily outfit posts. from low to high. check them out!

  2. Arna says:

    I love a coatigan for fall and spring (too cold during our long winters in New Hampshire), but they have to be able to zipper or button. If it is warm enough to wear one without closing it up, it is warm enough to wear a cardigan haha! Thanks for the links to some options. Can’t wait to check them out.

  3. Cindylou says:

    What lipstick are you wearing? It looks great on you.

  4. Carley says:

    Oh how I love this look. This neutral mix of colors and textures just sing to my heart. Thank you for the Wednesday smiles this puts on my face!

  5. Jane S says:

    Hi Beth,
    Love your style ! We share haircolor, since I have embraced gray hair I have stayed away from neutrals such as camel, ivory etc. Yet you do not. I feel these colors are not flattering to my skin tone, is skin tone the deciding factor as to wear or not wear?

    • Susan says:

      I thought the same, but Camel and Ivory look great on Beth!!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i get asked questions about color all the time. because i do wear lots of different colors that a color expert might tell me to steer away from. i’m not shy to try different color schemes so it all depends if you want to experiment. many times i’ll tie a scarf around my neck to break the color block. the subtle houndstooth pattern on the ivory coatigan pulled the attention away from the camel turtleneck. give yourself permission to try something different. and you just might discover you like to wear colors you thought were off limits.

  6. Carol says:

    You look great. Are you growing your hair out?

  7. Susan says:

    Beth, love the coatigan, I invested in a gorgeous black cashmere one this season. I live in northern Maryland, so definitely colder here, but still can work on a mild day, love your look,

  8. Suzanne Smith says:

    That’s a good soft look–and it will also be nice for brisk days heading into spring. I like the coatigan and soft camel colors. Stay warm! This is definitely the warmest winter I think I’ve ever experienced. I grew up in the northeast, but I really haven’t used most of my heavy winter things here in NC this year. I kind of miss them, though, I admit! I go walking every day and bundle up if there’s wind, but compared to so many states, we have had a very mild season here in NC. That coatigan would be ideal for what’s been here this year!

  9. Georgia Peach says:

    Hi Beth,
    You have a faithful following and I know you’re very busy. But often when you’re asked questions on the blog I notice you seldom answer.
    A reader today asked about your lip color and I asked the same last week.
    However,I know you often respond on YouTube.
    Just sayin’

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i’m so thankful for a large and faithful following on a variety of platforms. but it gets so very hard to field all the questions which is why i rotate answering comments. one day it’s YouTube then the next is Facebook, another day is spent on the blog and then there’s Instagram. unfortunately, a question or two will be missed. perhaps it will help to link my lipstick shades on the blog. but for now the answer is Tom Ford Exotica. here’s a link: https://rstyle.me/+XqgFIWqsQj6wqgw1etO95A

      • Georgia Peach says:

        Great! Thanks for letting us know.
        Wasn’t chastising you. Just curious.
        Have a great day!

  10. Barbara says:

    I love the style of this Beth – very clean and classic and neutral but stylish. Perfection. And since you mentioned Punxsutawney Phil and I live in Punxsutawney, I wanted to wish you a very Happy Groundhog Day! Best wishes to you, I enjoy your site very much.

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