More favourite fashion blogs for women of a certain age

LogoOne of my most popular Fashion Friday posts has been Favourite fashion blogs for women of a certain age which I wrote a little over a year ago. In that post I featured four blogs written by and for women over the age of 40 that I continue to read faithfully.

They were:

Over 50 Feeling 40 by Pam Lutrell

A Well Styled Life  by Jennifer Connolly

That’s Not My Age  by Alyson Walsh

High Heels in the Wilderness  by Susan Burpee

I also included links to a few others that I had found useful. Since that time, I have started reading one of those ones regularly as well as three others that I’d like to share with you today.

chic at any age

Josephine chic at any age

Josephine, writer of chic at any age, started her fashion career in public relations and later trained as a fashion consultant. She divides her time between her homes in London, England and St. Tropez, France. She calls her blog “a fashion resource for women over 50 who want to learn more about style, fashion and what will suit them as mature women” and “a community of supportive women sharing their opinions on what constitutes style for them.” Pink is her favourite colour.

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Susan B. une femme d'un certain age

With it’s French title, it took me awhile to realize that Susan B. of une femme d’un certain âge actually lives in California! She loves Paris though. She started writing her blog in 2007 when there didn’t seem to be any online fashion sites for women of a certain age and has since expanded it to include travel, travel wardrobes, and living our best life at any age.

Susan SusanAfter60

Another Susan, the writer of, has had a long career in the fashion industry. During her 40s, she went through a dramatic life transformation which eventually led to the launch of her first blog, Fifty, not Frumpy, in 2011. After turning 60 in 2016, she introduced where she continues to share what she has learned and is still learning about making excellent wardrobe choices. She has been dating the dapper Mr. Mickey for the past 12 years. He is very much a part of the blog, taking all the photographs and planning the many outings that Susan shares with her readers. Together they make a very elegant couple.


Brenda Kinsel

Brenda Kinsel

Last, but definitely not least, is Brenda Kinsel. Brenda is a professional image consultant and author of 40 Over 40: 40 Things Every Woman Over 40 Needs to Know About Getting Dressed and several other books. She encourages women over 50 to “catapult themselves out of their ruts and enjoy their beauty and style” teaching us how to be the best we can be from the “inside out”. I came to her blog quite recently and it has quickly become one of my absolute favourites. Brenda shares both wardrobe tips and snippets of her life in such a personable and entertaining way that reading her blog feels like a chat with a friend.

Some of these women clearly have a much bigger clothing budget than I do. They shop at stores that I don’t necessarily have access to here in Canada and live in areas where the climate is very different. Their lifestyles may not be similar to mine, but none of these factors stops me from getting ideas and inspiration from them that I can translate into looks that work for me at my price point.

Do you have any favourite fashion blogs for women of a certain age that I haven’t mentioned here?

18 thoughts on “More favourite fashion blogs for women of a certain age

  1. Hi Elaine, Thank you so much for including me in your list of fashion bloggers you enjoy reading. I am very honoured to be alongside some of my favourite fashion writers for women of a certain age. . Best wishes Josephine

  2. One of these bloggers you recommend just went off on some of her readers today for giving respectful opinions. She specifically stated that she did not ask for opinions and that it was impolite to give opinions on her blog unless asked. Is this the proper etiquette now? I always liked reading differing opinions and learned from them.

    • I’ve read through the comment thread that you’re referring to and I must admit that I’m surprised by her reaction. I have read some very nasty comments on other blogs and some of them have been completely uncalled for, but these comments weren’t of that nature at all. Personally, I would like it if more of my readers would leave comments and I certainly don’t expect all of them to be glowing. As long as opinions are offered respectfully, I would welcome them and I think most bloggers would agree with me.

      • Thank you for your well-thought out response. I noted this morning she had eliminated at least one of her egregious responses. She seems to be drawing a line at an “opinion” and a “comment”, which is a fine line indeed. Not sure that I see the difference. Obviously, if someone praises an outfit or states that it looks good on her, it is an opinion as well as a comment, and she seems to have no problem with those opinions, yet she says opinions have no place in polite conversations. Like Lucy (from I Love Lucy) she seems to be “splainin” and not apologizing. I just think her initial reaction just let us see into her true self–a person who works very hard at what she does, receives constant praise for her work, but cannot handle slight criticism. I agree with you–there is no call for nasty, hateful comments but this is not what I was reading. Appreciate your blog and honest response.

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