Rae thinks that this Burberry turquoise and orange leather trench coat is too awesome for words. I totally agree.
Debora invites you to take a peek into Vera Wang’s minimalist Los Angeles home. The legendary fashion designer, who is one of my all time favourite style icons, also poses in a swimsuit at age 62. Killer doesn’t even begin to describe this phenomenal lady. And do notice the perfect length of her trousers.
MaryK recommends feasting your eyes on candy by taking a browse through the fabulous images on Patonism.
Isabel says that there was nothing new in Allure’s roundup of the 11 hottest haircuts.
Gingko loves these photos of Christine Lagarde, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund. Lagarde has been labeled as the most fashionable woman in finance because her clothing is both interesting and fits beautifully.
Mochi enjoyed this video of very stylish older women who live in New York City. It’s sure to bring a smile to your face.
HelenofCanada liked the pure silliness of these celebrity couples in matchy-matchy outfits.
Inge likes Ines de la Fressange’s top picks of favourite children’s stores in Paris. Who says that toddlers have to wear pink and blue.
Laurinda was amazed at how the price of our clothing has dropped since the 1930’s, but the number of items in our wardrobe has gone up. Read all about this interesting phenomenon in The History of the Cheap Dress.
Ironkurtain likes Luxirare’s new half-sleeve leather hoodie jacket creation, and how the designer mixes it into a wardrobe capsule. What impresses me even more than the fabulous jacket is how the designer mixes classic items like a blue button down shirt, iconic Wayfarers and grey cashmere sweater into her very cool and modern look. LOVE it.
Sarah is inspired to add pastel mint green to her Spring wardrobe after loving the Mad for Mint post on Little Girl, Big World.
Suz liked how No Signposts in the Sea reflects back on a year of shopping and the value of tracking our purchases.