BuzzFeed takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the best specs wearers at the 2014 Golden Globes.

Alison makes the case for spending a bit more on good-quality sunnies. And if you like the idea of upcycled accessories, then have a look at these sunnies made from repurposed wine barrels.

Still browsing for the perfect specs? Then check out Refinery29’s roundup of two-toned glasses, or their list of the 19 best shades out there right now.

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Both April and Angie would like to direct us to Sally’s post on Closet Organization Pros and Cons because, as she interestingly points out, every tip for making your closet more functional also has a downside.

American Apparel is at it again, says MuseumGal, this time with mannequins adorned with pubic hair.

Coletterie, a sewing blog, has begun a Wardrobe Architect series that E thinks will be fun to follow, even for those who don’t sew.

Joy reports that Citizens of Humanity is coming out with a twenty piece collection based on past jeans styles from the ’40s through the ’90s, many with a roomy fit and higher rise.

After Angie’s new specs post, Laurinda started wondering why glasses are so expensive. She was shocked to learn that one Italian manufacturer makes most designer eyeglass brands and also owns the major retailers. Speaking of specs,¬†Vildy also wanted to share this advisory that recommends not to donate old glasses, but to give ten dollars instead.

Krishnidoux enjoyed reading this Guardian article stating that learning languages is the fashion industry’s latest thing.

Vildy recommends this Rewire article on Sherlock Fashion, in which Sally explores how the way we wear our clothes tells a lot about our personality and approach to life.

Alecia found another reason to love Cate Blanchett: the way she called out the red carpet camera at the SAG Awards. It made Alecia wonder how her love of looking at the dresses might contribute to this objectifying camera gaze.