5 fall classic wardrobe essentials

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  1. Linda says:

    Hello! I am new to your blog via Cyndi. I would like to know where to find your denim guide you referenced above. I really like your blog! You have a new fan!

  2. Beth your style is impeccable!

  3. maeve says:

    Hi, Beth, all great looks and ideas, thanks.
    Could you provide a link to the blue moto jacket? Love it!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      the blue moto jacket is no longer available. many times we pull photos from the archive for inspiration. but you can shop moto jackets
      with the link provided. hope this helps!

      • Kathleen McDermott says:

        Maeve – it was Scoop brand from Walmart ($40!). I saw it on Beth’s post months ago, bought it immediately, then purchased it in every other color – Rose, Teal Green, Ivory and Black. I pined for the pale taupe color, but it was out of stock in my size. Keep checking Walmart’s website. I am. Wouldn’t be surprised if they stocked this again for Fall/Winter.

  4. Jes says:

    Classy, as always😊

  5. Priscilla Herrera says:

    Beth: What a homerun today on your styles – so classic, so beautiful, so well coordinated! Beautiful!

  6. i love blazers. Counting my denim blazers/jackets, I have 35. Seems like an awful lot doesn’t it. It is one of the items in the store when I shop there, that I am drawn too. Thanks for showing the many ways to wear them.

  7. kathy says:

    Hi…I am new to your blog as per Cyndi. Love your style and I loved your jean video I clicked on. Great ideas, like the putting your blue jeans around your neck for sizing and the freezer idea to freshen them up. 🙂 You are adorable.

  8. Samantha says:

    A great post Beth, just as the weather starts to turn. Love the pink blazer, I’ve a pink suede jacket that I love to pair with jeans and biker boots when it’s colder. Bring on the autumn (fall), the jacket deserves an outing!

  9. Yvette says:

    Hi, Beth.
    Let me introduce myself – I’m Yvette from Central California where agriculture reigns supreme. I’m in my mid-50’s, a wife, mother, business owner and former teacher. I have been a Cyndi Spivey regular for years and I can tell I’ll be one of your regulars going forward. I love your classy aesthetic. I’ll also be checking out your book club – I REALLY enjoy reading.
    Thanks!

  10. Dot Downing says:

    Where did you find the beautiful scarf? Love your suggestions for fall attire!

  11. Cyndi Anderson says:

    Do you have a guide to the difference between boyfriend, schoolboy cut blazers. Do the cuts ever go out of style. Also thank you for saying keep good jeans even if cut is out of style at the moment. I love jeans and I hate to think I need to get rid of them if out of style at the moment.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      i have a blazer video and how it should fit but it doesn’t go into the difference between the cuts. yes, schoolboy blazers are not on trend at the moment. they
      have a fitted silhouette and shorter hem that hits the hip. boyfriend blazers are on trend as they have an oversized fit that’s quite popular today.

  12. Anita says:

    Love the two tone oxford flats. Where did you find them??

  13. Lisa says:

    Hi Beth!
    I’ve lost 40 lbs and have 25 to go to reach my goal. Since my size is changing, what I buy this fall won’t fit next fall. Any recommendations for transitioning to smaller sizes without having to break the bank?

    • Beth Djalali says:

      congratulations! i bet you feel terrific. this fall i would take a look at knitwear and jeans/pants that have an elastic waist. Liverpool jeans are
      a good choice and Banana Republic has some terrific knitwear. the Scoop line from Walmart has really cute clothes that don’t break the bank.

      • Kathleen McDermott says:

        Lisa – I have Walmart’s Time and Tru brand stretch pull-on leggings in 20+ colors. They have 3-4 different denim washes, neutrals like khaki, black, white, olive and burgundy, many fun colors and many nice prints. I wear them with tunic length or longer blouses, tees, knit tops, sweaters and cardigans. Inexpensive, yet they are surprisingly attractive, comfy and flattering – high, wide waist eliminates muffin top and helps flatten tummy. Look cute cuffed too.

  14. Nancy Drew says:

    Hi Beth! Great post and so many good tips! I, too, came to your site thru Cyndi. Loved it, look forward to seeing more! Have a wonderful day!

  15. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    Fantastic post! Am over the moon. Cindy, blazers, new blog sisters, and as always, you, Beth! Fall is my favorite season and you’ve just ushered it in for 2021 looks in the most spectacular way! You and Cindy are gorgeous and gifted and generous to share yourselves with us. Will be on the hunt for satin pants~

  16. Bev and Val says:

    We couldn’t agree more. Love this post and the Banana Republic Jacket. Looks great.

  17. Tammy says:

    How can I join the book club

  18. Kathleen McDermott says:

    I recognize all these previously posted outfits and still love them. The RL paint spattered jeans still make my heart flutter. The cream vest over brown polka dot blouse is the outfit I most look forward to wearing soon now that it has cooled off a bit here in NJ. I see a lot of sweater vest outfits online, but I’d wear them whether they were in vogue or not. I consider that a classic look! Also, I’ll not retire my skinny jeans, jeggings or leggings as I consider them to have attained classic status. And I’ll always love my classic cardigans – I must have hundreds (over 50 WM Time and Tru alone – the weight is so perfect and there are so darn many lovely colors each season). Of course, also love cropped, long and duster cardigans!

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