If you’re after fragrance with staying power, WWD recommends trying a perfume oil instead of your typical eau de parfum.

Fashionista explores whether or not ‘clean’ perfumes could be the solution for those of us with scent sensitivities.

Having synaesthesia — he sees “a range of vivid, painterly strokes when he smells perfume” — helps perfumer Frédéric Malle create unique fragrances.

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Katerina found this article about whether or not to stack your watch — and the meaning of true luxury – very interesting.

Two of nuancedream’s favourite companies, REI and Athleta, are partnering. She says: “It’s a win-win for active women and those who are interested in becoming more active.”

L’Abeille recommends this blog post about accessory capsules: “I can’t wait to plan out my berets, scarves, and gloves, since that will be the only visible evidence of my personality for the next six months…”

Nikki is here for dressing in one colour from head to toe, referred to by Glamour as ‘solo saturation‘.

Kkards thought others might be interested in what Vanessa Friedman of the NYTimes answered in her weekly advice column when a reader asked about finding the one jean style that will last a lifetime.

Kyle is loving the ’60s vibe of this new Dior collection.

Suntiger directs us to this thought-provoking post about the emotional issues surrounding clothes, and adds: “I can relate to the idea of costuming for different situations.”