Links à la Mode: The IFB Weekly Roundup

All Kinds of Everything

Edited by: Florrie Clarke of Intrinsically Florrie
There’s such lovely variation amongst the links submitted this week. We are fashion bloggers- of course we like things that are pretty things from expensive handbags to quirky DIY jewelry- but the dedication to great content and a passion for good causes is what really stands out with this week’s posts.

Links à la Mode; December 9th

  • 55th Street: A new take on Street Style through my eyes
  • Analogue Chic: Drama with my mama: being my mom’s personal stylist.
  • Any Second Now: Remembering the fashion of 1980’s Duran Duran and how it inspired a fashion pictorial that includes giant Rubik’s Cubes. Gotta love the 80’s!
  • ashley4emergy: Tea Party and Vintage Fashion Exhibit with Socialite Ms. Lana Turner!
  • Awakened Aesthetic: Six Impossible Things…by BirdQueen Designs.
  • Big Girls Browse: Dressember begins – a different dress every day for the whole of December
  • Broke & Beautiful: Jeffrey Campbell goes pink…but for what cause?
  • de la pen: Balenciaga: The Spanish Master by Hamish Bowles
  • For Those About to Shop: Callous comments can be life-threatening
  • Haute World: Not your average designer collaboration: Fashion giants show their charitable side by creating dolls for UNICEF
  • Independent Fashion Bloggers: Tips for Holiday Gift Guides & Giveaways
  • Intrinsically Florrie: On DIY customising my own unique rings
  • lowefactor: Ever notice why pre-fall collections get lost in the holiday shopping press shuffle?
  • Lust Love Lose: An easy guide to applying red lipstick that will last all day.
  • Mrs Bossa: Blogs with Soul: Mrs Bossa raises a glass to the talent of the blogging community
  • Oranges and Apples: Interview and GIVEAWAY with photographer and jewelry designer Marie Bee of the Blue Balloon
  • Pocket Rocket Fashion: Debating with fashion photographer Diana Thompson the problems of plus fashion brands using models smaller than their range to promote them.
  • Searching for Style: Fashion 101: Why Luxury is Expensive. The making of an Hermès bag.
  • STREET STYLE: PICS BY POLKA DOT: One woman’s journey to get credit for a piece Spanish Elle did using her photographs without her knowledge, or consent. A cautionary tale!
  • The Coveted: Winter Vacation Tory Burch Resort 2011
  • two for the clothes: Our second “Freaky Friday” post, in which her outfit for him turns out badly.
  • The Fashion Pawn: What a business card can do for you


Shopbop Jeans by: DL1961, COH, Siwy, Juicy, MiH, 7’s, Joe’s, HudsonCharley 5, Cheap Monday, & AG Jeans


If you would like to submit your link for next week’s Links à la Mode, please register first, then post your links HERE. The HTML code for this week will be found in the Links a la Mode group will be published later today. ~Jennine

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7 Responses

  1. de la Pen

    Thank you so much for featuring de la Pen! I love the community behind IFB! It’s nice to have the support and be recognized. Thanks again!

  2. ArianaP

    Thank you so much for choosing my post! Definitely keeps me inspired to be featured and even more since I am such a newie at this!
    Thanks again for the opportunity!
    Cannot wait to read the other posts as well, really love this community!

  3. Jill Adams (@polkadot23)

    Thank you so much for featuring my post! (streetstyle: pics by polka dot – one woman’s journey).

    I only discovered today that it was up.

    While I haven’t been posting about it, it is because I am weighing legal advice from a few people – the problem is not only not solved, it has escalated. Or descended, depending on how you look at it, into a cat fight, which I don’t have the time, or the stomach, to engage with. The editor of Spanish Elle accidentally sent an email to me, instead of her blogger, calling me names. Sticks and stones etc.

    So to be featured here.. it’s not just an honour, it feels like a lifeline. Please add to the comments if you feel inclined: the more there are, the more I will be able to show a powerful company like Hachette Filipacchi what power the collective blogging community has. If that makes any sense.

    Anyway, I’m grateful. Is what I’m trying to say.