Over 40 Style Blogs

Here’s my collection of over 40 style blogs.

This isn’t a list of random sites. I regularly update this collection (every few months).

Follow on Instagram. I find myself preferring Instagram these days, as my attention span is that of a goldfish.

@styledbysally – 56.3k followers. My favourite!

@doesmybumlook40 – 290k followers.

@blaireadiebee – 1.9m followers.

@venswifestyle – 133k followers.

@greceghanem – 771k followers.

@erica_davies – 187k followers.

@trays_lounge – 21.3k followers.

@msorriq – 68.6k followers.

@backofthewardrobe70 – 64.6k followers.

@squarepearls – 14.9k followers.

@stylecrone – 103k followers.

Bookmark worthy. You might find some gems here that you love. As always, everyone’s tastes are different. So please don’t take my opinion too seriously.

  1. A Well Styled Life – Jennifer is a stylist and image consultant providing Over 50 style advice.
  2. Accidental Icon – Smart and fabulous. Creating. Curating. Collaborating.
  3. Allways in Fashion – I visit this site for the writing.
  4. Ask Suzanne Bell – This blog is worth a look for its inspiring, uplifting, clever content.
  5. Awed by MonicaFashion, grace, elegance and a timeless sense of style
  6. Catherine GraceOCatherine is an Ageism Positivist. She’s all about mastering modern life.
  7. Chic over 50 – Shauna aims to inspire women over 50 to be confident and beautiful.
  8. Collagerie – curated fashion finds from Lucinda Chambers and Serena Hood.
  9. EphemeraOOTD posts with lots of second-hand finds. One awesome wardrobe.
  10. Fabulous After 40 – Lots of fashion finds and style advice from Deborah Boland.
  11. Fashion Mum of 40 – Annmarie’s site is her creative outlet. Join her fashion journey.
  12. Fashion Should be Fun – Fun, wearable OOTDs with style blog link ups.
  13. Fashionista Over 40 – Fashionista style.
  14. Funky Forty – A fashion and lifestyle magazine style site.
  15. Girl with Curves – A very popular site and Instagram account. An award winning site since 2011.
  16. Girls of a Certain Age – Interesting links and fashion finds from Kim France.
  17. High Heels in the Wilderness – A mix of blog with OOTD.
  18. Highland Fashionista – One of the cooler OOTD sites.
  19. Jacket Society Nora models clothes from her store.
  20. Midlife Chic Nikki used to edit Selfridges magazine.
  21. More Than Turquoise – An entertaining, stylish site.
  22. My Midlife Fashion – UK based style with lots of shopping links.
  23. Not Dressed as Lamb – One of the better OOTD sites.
  24. She She ShowAmerican style with shopping links.
  25. Silver is the New BlondeA positive, ageless lifestyle blog.
  26. Simply Start Living – Classy lifestyle blog from a fashion industry insider
  27. Style Pantry Folake Kuye Huntoon is a fashion influencer and creative director from LA
  28. Styling You – Nikki Parkinson keeps it real. (82.2k followers on IG)
  29. Susan after 60 – Classy OOTD. Previously “Fifty not frumpy”.
  30. Tamera Beardsley – A love-filled website. Inspiring words and styling.
  31. Tanya FosterA gorgeous Dallas-based lifestyle blogger.
  32. That’s Not My Age – Entertaining articles on style from Alyson Walsh.
  33. The Middle PageAmerican style. Fortnightly fab collabs.
  34. The Vivienne Files – This site has loads of polyvore-type outfit ideas.
  35. Tonic – for Generation Visible, the women over 45 who refuse to fade away.
  36. You Look Fab – Style advice by Angie Cox.

So, there you go, 11 Instagrammers and 36 sites full of interesting writing, great styling, things found and captured.

How did I get this list?

These are blogs that met my criteria.

 Basic criteria:

– it was a STYLE blog (this meant that lots of awesome blogs I found were culled because they were too diary-ish).
– the blog wasn’t half filled with ads or broken links or used some 90’s template.
– the blog was updated in the last fortnight and is updated more than once a month
– each blog entry didn’t start: sorry I’ve been busy

– either I found myself reading each entry
– or I loved the images (there was good photography or great outfits)
– or there were links to shopping items or funny stories that matched my taste.

I had to get honest and cull blogs that I just knew I wouldn’t regularly read, though that doesn’t mean they aren’t awesome. I just didn’t connect with them.

Thank you ladies.

UPDATED: 9 July 2022

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  1. Thank you so much for the mention! I am in the middle of a new design and switch to WordPress, so things are kind of off the norm at the moment, but I am trying to minimize the downtime as much as possible. Looking forward to checking out some suggestions for new blog reads!

  2. Thanks for the list and for including Fabulous After 40. This is a very handy way to get to know bloggers in our niche, which is expanding like crazy!

  3. Wow! Great list. I can’t believe I hadn’t heard of most of these blogs!. I’m like a kid in a candy store. I can’t wait to visit them and learn new ideas for my 40-something style. 🙂

    Thanks for compiling.


  4. Hi!
    Great list! Lots to read. I am Joanna, a teacher/blogger who lives in Greece. I love to blog (i have two blogs) and I enjoy writing about shopping, makeup, planning, books and thoughts that pop into my head!I’d love for you to pop by. I am at http://www.mypinkrambles.com
    xx Joanna

  5. I started a blog of my own with a friend and getting onto useful lists like this, really is the dream. My own blog goes from helping guide and teaches those that are really unsure about fashion, all the way through to putting together style and lifestyle guides.

    Thanks a lot

  6. Wow! It’s so heartening to see beautiful and confident 40+ women, also refusing to succumb to styling obscurity. Styling is a powerful way to express our personalities, and our personalities become richer with age don’t you think? After nearly falling into the invisibility trap, I’ve bounced back fighting; for more media recognition, for inspiring other women to wear what the hell they like, regardless of age or body type. Would love for others to support my cause so our voices can be louder 😃 I’m in the process of building a blog website however for now you can find me on Insta @frockageing 💖

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