Suz liked seeing forum member Vix on Insideoutstyle because she is thoughtful about style, and her deliberations have paid off for her in a comfortable and liveable wardrobe.

Laurinda appreciated the information about the detrimental effects of sandblasting denim

Alaskagirl found this visual on skirt and torso proportion very enlightening. 

Rae says that waxing jeans is an easy DIY home project.   

MaryK liked Corporette’s tips on how to stop blouses and shirts from gaping

Celia says that Tanesha demonstrates how to really love your body and dress intentionally for its shape.

Inge recommends “What I See in the Mirror”, a series in The Guardian that asks well-known men and women what they see when they look at themselves in the mirror. A real eye-opener. 

Carole thought that these tips on how to wear animal print if you’re over 40 was great timing. 

Charmian was surprised that the American consumer is still so decisively in the bootcut jeans camp

Jonesy is very intrigued by this ladies fearless and fascinating style in The Photodiarist.

MNSara liked seeing these famous aging faces on A Femme d’Un Certain Age because of how they have retained their elegance throughout the aging process. 

Sweatpant jeans, anyone? Sona was at a loss for words when she came across this premium pair by Joes Jeans

Kari’s inner girl was tickled pink by the Tiara Thursday weekly feature on The Royal Order of Sartorial Splendor. 

Kyle recommends zuburbia for fun vintage finds. 

Goldenpig was delighted to find these 7 new ways to wear belts

Sylivia likes stylish Judith from the Style Crone, who writes about how she is building up her life after the loss of her beloved husband. She also incorporates a hat into every outfit.

Anna says that this is the first time that she has seen the midi look edgy. Go Braganza. 

Dresslover was all over Paris Fashion Week, watching both the shows and the highlights. Her recommended must sees are Chanel, Valentino, Alexander McQueen, Stella McCartney, Chloe and YSL. My favourites were Chanel and Christian Dior (sans Galliano!)