transition to spring with lightweight sweaters

  1. Robin says:

    Beth –
    Thank you so much for finally making me realize that having an outfit equation to always drop back to will help with the anxiety of dressing.
    I can’t tell you the number of times I’ve struggled with outfits only to end up with a pile of clothing on the floor while I reach for the old tried and true, never realizing the tried and true is my style. Hmmm
    Going to NMB the first week in March and hopefully will be packing a few springlike outfits, though it’s usually hotter here in Charleston than it is up there. 😀
    Happy Spring! And how smart are you to get started on the herb garden. My husband and son would love it if I returned to the kitchen. 😀

    • Beth Djalali says:

      it makes life easier to have a style formula! good luck with getting back to the kitchen. that’s a struggle of mine since cooking for one is zero fun.

  2. Eve says:

    My style never changes. I like plain simple made basics. But I love to play with color and pattern.
    I understand cooking for one. I’m lost as to what to eat now. I lost my husband on the 2nd of this month.

  3. Sylvia Espinoza says:

    You look fabulous in today’s OOTD…from all angles! Your investment in your health shows through and through. Very much appreciate the reminders you offer. Helps with looking forward to dressing every day. Basics indeed set the best foundation. Want to also express appreciation that thanks to you, I tried my first MAC lipsticks, and loved them so much, a second order is on its way to me~

  4. Lauren says:

    Snow Snow and more Snow
    Spring will likely not show up until May. For now it is wearing my Winter layers and cruising the online shopping sites dreaming of Spring “sigh”

  5. Penny says:

    Just saw your U-tube for transitioning winter to spring. Absolutely terrific information in easy to follow sequence. Thanks so much for helping us organize our daily routines. AND getting us out of our winter doldrums!

  6. Laurie Brown says:

    I just have to add my two cents about the cooking issue. After cooking pretty much daily for over forty years I am over it. Any other job (and cooking is a job) after forty years you would retire with appreciation and thanks. These days I cook when I feel like it and that’s not often.

  7. Cathy Ogi says:

    Thank you for talking about Spring. Sure does me good-to just hear it talked about. Just realized it IS the end of Feb. Went by quickly.

  8. Alecia says:

    Thanks for the introduction to Boden. Love the sweater. Checked out their website and found great clothes not just for me but also for grandsons.

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