how to wear fall neutrals

  1. MP says:

    Very nice outfit. The color analysis? I think ladies know when they wear colors that look nice. Some of the color anaysis “rules” just seem silly to me. Wear what you like, wear what you feel comfortable in. Enjoy the day!

  2. Katie Damitz says:

    Beth, your outfit is very attractive but those open toed shoes look very impractical in the sand !

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks for stopping by! the photoshoot was taken to showcase the beauty of the sand dunes. i didn’t spend the day there with my suede booties or silk blouse. it’s simply a gorgeous backdrop.

      • maeve says:

        It is a beautiful backdrop. I liked the outfit, but nature just took over for me. And yes, your neutrals do blend in. I’m going to keep that thought — being part of my environment — top of mind this fall. Thank you.

  3. Rebecca says:

    Beautiful colors & well put together. Thank you for the wonderful tips for Fall. You look amazing in these pic!

  4. Beth your outfit is very elegant
    too bad that I can buy the blouse
    Enjoy it

    • Beth Djalali says:

      there is certain to be a blouse or blue jeans similar to those i’m wearing today in your price range. style doesn’t have an expiration date or a price tag. many readers utilize the post for inspiration then incorporate their style tweaks in their price range.

  5. Pat says:

    Beth, love all your outfits ,but when they are gifted or you have a financial arrangement with the the company do you just promote the item or are you truly voicing your true opinion . .P.S. Love you’re posts ,they are really a blessing to the over 50 demographic.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      hi, pat! thanks for stopping by. if you have followed the blog or social channels for any length of time, then you know i only partner with brands i know, love, and trust. i turn away about 98% of the brands that reach out to me. rest assured, if there is a sponsored post with Daily Harvest, Nordstrom, T-Mobile, or Lagos jewelry, they have the Style at a Certain Age stamp of approval. i’m truly honored to represent the 50+ women a demographic that’s long been overlooked. today’s post isn’t sponsored, as i clearly state that when i do partner with brands. all of the items in today’s post were purchased by me. hope this helps!

  6. Katherine says:

    Hi Beth,

    You look fabulous as usual, the ocean and views are so beautiful, thank you for sharing your family home retreat. How special this must be for all of you. The ocean is magical isn’t it?

  7. Sheri says:

    I loved this post, Beth!! Thanks for sharing “permission” to enjoy the colors we live and how to look our best in the selections that may not fit our “color analysis” box. I always appreciate how you mix it up and don’t feel compelled to stay within a gold or silver, warm vs cold guideline in what you choose to wear. I needed to hear this today!😉❤️

  8. I am considered a winter pallet and try to wear the most flattering colors for me, but sometimes I step out of the box and try the light camels and browns. I like how you added the black zebra scarf to add color, Nice idea.

  9. Lauren says:

    I may be wrong here but I thought you said in and earlier post that you and your family Rent the beach house that you go to…..were you and your family able to strike a deal and buy it so that it is all yours?…..that would mean you can go any time you want 🙂

  10. Nancy B. says:

    Beautiful post, Beth! The outfit you are modeling looks stunning on you. Thank you also for the color trends this fall. Very helpful..

  11. Kathleen McDermott says:

    Color season (most flattering colors) is a very interesting topic. I give it a lot of thought, especially when visiting your blog, as you often dress out of your cool tones but look lovely. I think some people can carry that off better than others. As a Soft Summer, I avoid those colors that are truly ghastly on me – anything “goldy”, “yellowy” or “earthy”, which don’t appeal to me anyway. That said, I do love orange and will wear it as a print background, or even solid with scarf, jewelry or 3rd piece in my palette. Just can’t deny myself that orange – or gold jewelry for that matter!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i could never bear to give up gold jewelry or a camel and black color scheme. good for you for incorporating orange into your wardrobe. i just love that color. it’s so vibrant and full of life.

  12. Joanie says:

    Hi Beth
    Thank you for this gorgeous post! I love the beach photos. The color trends are helpful and interesting. I am a cool color palette, but I like to incorporate warm tones, too, if I like the item. Scarves are a great way to keep flattering colors near our faces. Great looks!

  13. Prue Batten says:

    Looking at the colour palette, there’s barely any colour I would wear there. Oysters ands greys of course but the advantage of turning 70 next week is that I’ve worked out what lifts my complexion and what doesn’t and so I don’t take note of trends.
    ‘Trends’ can be expensive mistakes and I kind of think there’s better things to spend money on.
    I do love your Tybee shoreline though and especially the wonderful old heritage lighthouse. Lighthouses sing with mystery. More of Tybee please when you have time.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      trends don’t have to be expensive mistakes, prue, they can be a great way to stay modern and fresh. the colors this year from NYFW are
      drool worthy!

  14. Pieranna Rampado says:

    I don’t think I have ever seen or read one of your posts that I haven’t loved. You look awesome in this outfit, as usual. I love wearing different colors and I always switch between gold and silver jewelry. I’m also thrilled to see that the neck scarves are back in style. I used to love accenting an outfit with a neck scarf. Love the animal print scarf with the neutral color blouse. Thanks once again for an inspiring post.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      awwww, you made my day! and happy to hear you like to switch between gold and silver jewelry. they both have a time and place. i love them both so how could i decide between one or the other!

  15. Belinda says:

    Beth, thought of you today as my husband and I are in Tybee this week. We visited the Lighthouse and farmers and artisan market. This is our second time renting here and are considering purchasing a property as well. Your backdrops look very familiar (as we walk the beach every morning) and your “cool” style is truly shown off in these pics. Your Tybee photographer did you good!

  16. You never disappoint Beth! Loved this post as usual. I wanted to let you know that under your artful eye, I experimented with new and bold (for me) color choices and silhouettes last fall and was blown away by the confidence I experienced as well as the many compliments I received. Thanks for all the hard work you put into this!

  17. beth byrd says:

    Gorgeous outfit in a gorgeous landscape. Those soft colors really suit you! And that blouse is just wow!!! Love your attention to the details which really pull the entire ensemble together!

  18. Kim says:

    Hello Beth,
    I am new to your blog so I am not familiar with ootd – can you please let me know what this means? 🙂
    Your blog is fabulous and I totally love your style!

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