Happy Valentine’s Day!

  1. Carolina Girl says:

    Thank you for the Valentine’s preview! Love it. Your sweater is so fun, Beth! I know you said it’s a few years old from Talbots. Jeans: Yes, don’t shoot the messenger; you’re just sharing denim trends with us!

    YUM: I’ll try both the cocktail and the crabbed stuffed mushrooms! Appreciate your recipes!

    Happy Friday and thanks for the close ups of OSCAR!!
    Many hearts coming his way!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      He is such a good boy! This appetizer is delicious (rich, but yummy)! This messenger gets shot quite a bit. Gotta love social media! Happy Friday!

  2. Really cute heart sweater. Yes, too said I would not give up skinny jeans, but I have been wearing the straight leg or straight leg skinny or slim and love them. I did save 2 pair of my favorite skinny jeans to wear with tall boots. Love the look tucked in a pair of tall boots.

  3. I forgot to say hi to Oscar and Ollie! Hi guys!

  4. sharon olsen says:

    I love the picture of Oscar he looks like he is smiling. Have a great weekend!

  5. Jamie says:

    Hi. Love the fashion and the recipes. How is Oscar doing, btw? I think you said a few posts back that he was not feeling well. I hope he is doing better. Such cute pets (Oscar and Ollie)!

  6. Lindsey A says:

    Apparently (heard from a girlfriend but not checked it out myself), you can take *any* pair of old jeans to a Madewell store and trade them in for a $20 gift card/store credit too. They will recycle them into building insulation. Much better than going into a landfill.

    Cute outfits for today. And I hope Oscar is feeling as well as he can too.

    • Hi Lindsey, this is indeed true. You can take any brand of preloved jeans to a Madewell store and they will give to $20 toward a new pair of Madewell Jeans. You can also do it by mail – just activate a “clean out” kit via their website, print out a free shipping label, package up your old jeans, and send the package to Madewell. They will send you a $20 credit toward new Madewell jeans. Check out the link to read more about their recycling program: Madewell Denim Recycling
      Hope that helps! xo Kelly

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