darn it, i forgot … | how to pack and travel with accessories

  1. nancy says:

    You are beautiful from top of head to bottom of jacket and then weird things happen.

    • Beth Djalali says:

      hmmmm, boots and denim are standard for me. even white denim during winter. maybe the black boots are throwing you off. but i love a blue and black combo borrowed from the boys.

      • Laura says:

        I have to agree with Nancy. I think it’s the cut of the boot and pants. My attention immediately goes
        to where the pants and boots intersect. I think I would prefer a pant that didn’t bunch or a boot that is a
        little roomier at the top.
        But we can all agree that you’re stunning regardless. 😍

        • Beth Djalali says:

          over the knee boots look different than the traditional knee high boot. especially if you tuck in your jeans. but if you want to stay warm in the winter i’ll go with otk every time. but, hey. go with what works for YOU.

  2. Mary says:

    Great tip to take photos of the jewelry. Always careful about what I bring but hadn’t thought of that. Would be so useful if something happened.

  3. Karen says:

    I also take very little jewelry on vacation—just one statement necklace that will go with my evening outfits. Then I buy an interesting bracelet or two as I travel to complement my clothes and to have a souvenir from the destination. Easy to carry and fun to wear when I get back home!

  4. Pat says:

    Great tips on organizing and packing jewelry! Mine always end up in a tangled mess!

  5. Mollie M. says:

    Great travel tips Beth. I never take my rings off when I wash my hands, they are safer there. Also, would high leather boots be rather hot on your feet especially if you are sitting quite a long time. You look great Beth as always!

    • Beth Djalali says:

      thanks, mollie! are you thinking this is an airport travel outfit? i typically wear something more comfy. this outfit is geared for a cold weather destination.

  6. Suzanne M Smith says:

    Love the furry-snood-y thing here! And great color combo. I still marvel that in almost 15 years of intense travel all over creation, I never once lost a single thing. I attribute that to my intense focus on organization and a never-fail routine of checking and re-checking on everything before I ever left a hotel, etc. Your organizing tips are spot on. We’re supposed to go from 73 degrees to the low 20’s this weekend–so I’ll need my own snood-y thing soon! 😉

    • Beth Djalali says:

      it’s actually a scarf that i’ve had since our shanghai, china days! it keeps me toasty warm. can you believe this weather? no wonder we’re all getting sick.

  7. doron Schneider says:

    amazing outfit

  8. Andrea says:

    Love your neck wrap!!!!

    I always follow your style of minimal, go with everything jewelry for travel. Takes all kinds of stress of my shoulders even not worrying about storing in the room safe, or even more simply what to wear.

    If you can’t find/afford a roll, an alternative is an eyeglass case with a microfibre eyeglass cleaner. Prevents crushing and easy to store..but yes, minimal.
    You look rested already, Beth, enjoy.

  9. Carol M says:

    You always look so pretty and polished ! Love that bag, i guess its an older one ? The substitute isn’t quite as nice as yours …

  10. Karen says:

    Hi Beth! I have travelled extensively for business and p,easure. I purchased a Vera Bradley bathroom organizer and put necklaces, bracelets and earrings in the pouches. Then the case can be hung up for easy access to jewlery.

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