Diana loved Kyla’s combination of moto jacket, patterned dress, and bootcut pants because it was really fun, a little unexpected, and very flattering. 

Goldenpig enjoyed Fast Company’s article on Anthropologie’s marketing strategy, a sophisticated promise of self discovery. 

Kappy was captivated by “Metamorphisis”, an article about the making of the world’s most coveted square. Remarkable workmanship.  

Rae loves this low-tech, low-budget solution to rogue zippers. Say goodbye to flying low, people. 

Custom shoes, anyone? From heel to toe, you select every detail. Kyle finds shoes of prey very intriguing.

Inge enjoyed browsing through Terry Graziano’s current hat collection. Terry sells fun custom-made hats that can be worn in different ways. A few of the styles are made of water resistant rainwear fabrics — great for non-umbrella using Seattleites.

Isis says that Nutcase makes bike helmets with cool designs, including one with an argyle pattern. She likes Modern Dots! 

Suz and the rest of YLF was thrilled to see Veteran forum member Kari featured on Inside Out Style. Her exciting colour combinations always make us smile, but her comments on wearing glasses bear special attention.

Laurinda recommends these easy to follow scarf tying tutorials. I really enjoyed watching them too. 

Pratt Fashion Design Students took on the challenge of creating fashionable nursing uniforms. This appealed to Anna who wears scrubs daily. 

I enjoyed the discussion over at Corporette about what nail colors are acceptable in a conservative office environment.