In my Best of the Blogosphere this month I have a gorgeous 50 plus woman in leather trousers, an upbeat attitude to Instagram, a clean makeup tutorial, #GirlBoss worries and more!
(In case you’ve not seen these posts before my Unmissable Reads are a monthly round-up of things I’ve seen, watched and liked in the blogosphere that I’m sure you’ll love too.)
February has actually been an AMAZING month for things I’ve read and seen… I found it hard to keep my choices down to just this many.
Do have a read of these great links – you never know who or what you might discover that makes your day/week/month!
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The most stylish, modern downstairs toilet makeover ever.
Coco Rocha backstage at the Jean Paul Gaultier show with her mini-me daughter is beyond cute.
Sharon talks about what it’s like being a woman in her fifties with a very positive attitude.
Forget the Instagram “no makeup makeup look” that uses about 73 products – Michelle’s simple, clean makeup look is really about doing the absolute minimum to your skin to make you look just wonderfully healthy.
I have the same side stripe trousers that Stella is wearing and I love them with her bright red sweater and heels.
Callie thinks that maybe she’s a #GirlFlop (she couldn’t be less like one if she tried) – but she explains how it’s perfectly okay not to feel like a #GirlBoss.
50 ways to practice self-care (I really should do #12 more).
Yet more solid proof that women over 50 CAN wear leather trousers.
As someone who’s growing out her fringe (bangs), I know the pros and cons of a fringe only too well – but Susie’s really emphasises her stunning cheekbones and eyes.
Ashley demonstrates one fashion trend that she will NOT be embracing in 2018 – but oh, how she looks good in it (and I’m envious).
Lisa has talked openly and honestly about her “so-called” perimenopause and talks about her strange, never-before-experienced brain fog.
A complete guide to what boots to wear with what jeans (and how to roll – or not roll! – them).
I love the embroidery trend and Liz shows her favourite embroidery pieces from the high street.
Forget the tactics: If you’d like a new, positive perspective on how to get the most out of Instagram then you have to read Emily’s upbeat, let’s-enjoy-Instagram-again approach.
Helen wrote a very poignant post about how it’s good to talk about mental illness, and how selfies can mask what’s really going on in someone’s head.
A glowing review of the stunning Transylvanian Ice Hotel (bucket list material I think)…
10 tips for giving up junk food and eating a healthier diet that aren’t preachy and are doable.
And a few Not Dressed As Lamb posts you perhaps missed first time around: