A Continued Tour of Charleston, SC

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  1. Bobbi Jo says:

    You look fabulous. Where did you get your sunglasses?

  2. Darlene says:

    I love your style but lately everything thing is short and sleeveless. You are lucky but so many of us will not wear these. Can you please show some cute modern looking styles that are a little longer and with sleeves. I really don’t think throwing a shrug over a dress is a great look. I have been looking for a cocktail dress and good luck!!

    Went to Charleston in early spring and loved it.

  3. Mary says:

    I loved this post. You are always ahead in the in-style game. Once I see some of your posts that are unique, I see them on other women and in the stores. Good for you!

  4. Cheryl says:

    Just ordered the J. Crew linen knit dress in blue.
    Have an upcoming trip to Savannah in July (!!!), so I will need lots of cool clothes.
    Quick question…is this dress sheer? Will I need a slip or camisole with it?
    Thanks for a great overview of Charleston. Haven’t been there in a few years…need a return trip!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      The blue dress isn’t sheer per se just lightweight. I felt perfectly comfortable wearing it without a slip (i rarely wear one) and a nude-colored racerback bra.

  5. Love this dress also. Looks so cool and comfortable. Love the pictures of Charleston.

  6. beth byrd says:

    No offense intended with my comment, but it should be noted that Charleston was the largest slave port in the United States. With the celebration of Juneteenth as our new federal holiday, I felt this was important to mention. Charleston is one of my favorites cities and I love it for all the history it offers — both good and bad.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      history is filled with the good, the bad, and the ugly. America fought a long and bloody war to right a wrong.

      • Kelley says:

        I love Charleston. Such a great city. And your hair is fabulous Beth!

        And your reply about Charleston and the slave trade was spot on. Slavery was horrible, absolutely a historical nightmare. However, we as a nation abolished it and did right a huge wrong.

        • Beth Djalali says:

          Charleston has so much to offer but what I most love is the history that surrounds this city!
          Thanks for the lovely compliment!

          • Susan Y. says:

            Beth B. thank you for your Juneteenth acknowledgement. The U.S. continues to be a work in progress. Although progress has been made there is still a great deal of work to be done.

  7. Suzanne says:

    You look fabulous! The dress, sandals, bag, and accessories are perfect for dinner. I like the extra stylings for more casual outings. Thanks for sharing the scenery with us. Charleston is my kind of place.

  8. Dottie says:

    Boone Hall was one of the highlights or my trip to Charleston. Our guide that day was hilarious as well as informative! Your styling looks spot on for the heat and humidity. Love the denim dress!

  9. I Like the white dress very much, and also the blue.
    Is amazing how you put this combinations
    together, from top to buttom.
    Photos are very pretty
    Tnank You for sharing

  10. Pegg Pavlock says:

    Buy a tall dress if you want longer length! Genius! What a great tip!

  11. Karen Norris says:

    I love the black bead bracelet you are wearing. Can you tell me where you got it?

  12. Carolina girl says:

    Beth! Great post and great city … try to get there once a year (living in N.C.). Foodie city for sure! Too many good restaurants to list (Poogan’s Porch, Magnolia’s, Fleet Landing for shrimp and grits, Kaminsky’s dessert cafe) … Enjoy staying at the Belmond, Emeline, Ansonborough Inn and especially Kings Courtyard Inn on Kings!
    Perfect outfits and photos ~

  13. Julie says:

    Beth,
    you look fabulous!! Style is awesome.

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