I always enjoy reading Invisible Woman’s blog posts on The Guardian website. Aging gracefully and fashion for older women is one of the topics she is passionate about. Her tongue-in-cheek pieces on the subject are often thought-provoking and refreshingly funny at the same time.

Here are a few recent examples:

Fab Links from Our Members

Krishnidoux thought that these tips on scarves.net are brilliant. They show you different ways to tie a scarf, and which method works best for different necklines.

Vildy was surprised to learn that French fashion designer Sonia Rykiel invented the poor boy sweater, and enjoyed reading this Guardian piece on “the queen of knitwear”.

Angie absolutely loves this monochromatic and oh so trendy leather skirt outfit from Alison at Wardrobe Oxygen. “It’s fresh, pretty, a little edgy and flattering. Loving her wild curls, bling and red lips with the cheeky leather skirt and soft feminine sweater. All of which are grounded by a column of black opaque tights and booties. Fabulous.”