Hello, from Dallas, TX. I've got a short but fun post for you today, where I want to show you how to strike that Jackie Kennedy fashion tone.
If you've been following me the past few days, you'll know that I'm in Dallas attending the LTK conference. If you’re wondering who or what LTK is, it is the affiliate company I work with that connects brands, bloggers, and readers.
So many of you love to stop by the blog to read the posts, print a recipe, say hello to Oscar and Ollie and others to “shop” my outfits. And LTK is who brings this to life by connecting all the dots behind the scenes.
It’s been great fun to be out and about again reconnecting with old friends and making new ones. One thing is for certain, no matter your age women love FASHION. It’s a bond that unifies. Am I right?!
Today's I'm featuring a simple sheath dress that strikes that Jackie Kennedy fashion tone
The dress is modeled, and I pulled together 2 alternates
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Each alternate is shoppable via a text widget
If you’ve followed the blog for any length of time then you know pink is hand down my favorite color. When I spied this dress and blazer from J.Crew I knew it was coming with me to Dallas. There is also a matching pair of trousers.
I went with a simple sheath dress reminiscent of Jackie Kennedy during her White House years instead of the trousers. It’s truly a look that’s timeless and chic.
I added a pair of tortoise pumps from Ann Taylor that are modern and fresh. This outfit is classic style at its very best and reminds me why I love the classics.
Yesterday, I showed you how to wear the classic brown & grey color scheme. Click the title or image below to read the article.
is the Founder and CEO of Style at a Certain Age. She writes Sundays-Fridays on all topics ranging from fashion, health, wellness, home design and more.
She’s 63, 5’8, and size 8.
Hi, Beth, I always enjoy reading your posts & appreciate a voice for those of “a certain age”! I honestly really like your original chic & elegant shorter hair style with more silver….You should consider going back to that. I’ve mentioned before that I think the sunglasses you regularly wear in your posts are too large for your face and aren’t attractive . The sunglasses in today’s post look great on you-just the right size AND color…Just my $.02….Keep up the good work!
I have similar hair when it comes to colour and texture and I enjoy Beth’s variety of styles. It keeps things interesting. Growing out a certain style does lend itself to the odd awkward stage. And you have to push through or stay stuck until the grave – yuck! I Ike this current look with the hair swept behind one ear.
I keep a sustainable capsule wardrobe so seeing how I can switch it up with current accessories like sunglasses, shoes and bags is helpful for me. My 2 cents worth.
I have blond hair and am 71 years old and I tend to buy large sunglasses. The bigger the glass the protection from UV rays. Besides, I love my Tiffany blue sunglasses.
When I think of monochromatic I usually think of neutrals. Thanks for changing my thought process!!
Always looking chic and fabulous Beth!
Good morning, Beth!
Thank you for taking the time, while on a business
trip, to post this lovely message. Pink is, too, my favorite color! Might I say that you are looking as lovely and chic as always. You’re certainly an inspiration to me, every day!
Safe and happy travels,
Absolutely stunning pink outfit. And you look stunning in it.
As a fairly new reader, this post is a favorite so far, I love the use of color in the dress/jacket combo. Love the styling with the large sunglasses, slingbacks and hairstyle. Very Jackie-esque overall.
I love that outfit from yesterday…I bought the grey jeans…going to try it with the brown….
You wear the fuschia pink well and look awesome in the Jackie shift and jacket. I have some JK repro. jewelry from Camrose and Cross and enjoy wearing as accent pieces.
It’s good to change up your hair, Beth. I like it! I don’t understand some of the negative commentary … some people need to get busy living!
Thanks, and enjoy your LTK conference!
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