sunday style | 5 classic and timeless wardrobe essentials

  1. Sharon Woryn says:

    This was a wonderful post and I loved seeing each outfit. I have so many blazers for the very reasons you mentioned. They are great at this time of year when the weather is in transition and you really don’t need a coat. I agree about the handbags—they add that touch to an outfit to make it extraordinary.

  2. Rebecca Saffer says:

    Love the outfits. You have a great collection of blazers which is my favorite clothing item. The video was terrific. For some reason, I believe because I have a short neck, scarves can look frumpy on me. I do have a few really nice silk squares (Hermes, Pucci and Feragamo) but when I wear them, I feel a bit dowdy in them. I will try using them as a belt or keeping the ends long under a jacket.

    • beth djalali says:

      thanks, rebecca! the video is a new adventure and we’re learning with each and every one. but don’t give up on wearing a scarf around your neck. just don’t tie it tightly, keep it loose and flowy. it might work.

  3. Sharon Woryn says:

    The video is terrific! I love your blog because it is my style as well. Again, thank you for the reminder to utilize my scarves. You help me stay out of getting into a rut and I appreciate that you have a “real” body and you are not a mannequin. Like the reminder to “elevate” our outfits.

    • beth djalali says:

      aww, thanks sharon! mr. style and i have lots to learn with the videos but we’ll keep getting better each time. as for scarves, i can’t think of anything more versatile and practical and beautiful. my mother’s generation always wore scarves and she would pop one on my head when we rode in our convertible.

  4. Mary Ryabich says:

    you have really great taste! love your style very much!

  5. Sue Smith says:

    Lots of pretty looks. I am catching up today on posts I missed from busy days. I have shelves full of scarves. They’re such fun, and I never seem to think I have enough. I love ’em. And I do use them. People always tell me they like how I wear them, and I’m always surprised, because I didn’t think I had a particular “way” at all!

    • beth djalali says:

      that’s so funny, sue! sometimes, i forget how i tied one and have to go back and figure it out. but they are so darn versatile and keep the chill away.

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