7 Stylish Fashion Blogs For Women Over 50

Though style has no age limit, we've been doomed to believe otherwise.

Older women are hardly ever represented in major fashion campaigns, with their younger counterparts always snagging magazine covers and commercials for their youthful allure.


Women over 50 don't get the screen time they deserve in the world, but there is a silver lining. Many older women have created some incredible fashion blogs for older females to follow.

We've rounded up the best of the best for you below. Whatever your style may be, there's a fashion blog for women over 50 waiting for you to subscribe!

Fashion Over Fifty

Fashion Over Fifty is run by a lawyer-turned-style icon who's based in New York and Los Angeles. With her blog, she hopes to "help every woman feel her inner and outer beauty no matter what her age. To help every woman shine until the moment she takes her last breath."


50 Is Not Old

Fifty is not old and this fashion blog proves it. With funny and quirky posts, you'll learn all about fashion, family, and technology woes from this blogger.

Accidental Icon

Accidental Icon is for women who have a unique fashion sense that isn't represented online or in magazines in this day and age. And if you're looking to get out of your comfort zone, this is the site for you, too.


Senior Style Bible

Don't believe in dressing your age? Neither does the former Playboy Bunny who runs this blog. She'll inspire you to dress in whatever makes you feel sexiest.

That's Not My Age

Run by a former magazine fashion editor, That's Not My Age is for women who refuse to be invisible. You'll learn how to dress in a way that gets you noticed, yet still works for your personal sense of style.


Style at a Certain Age

This midwestern woman is as chic as it gets, so following her advice and tips will get you there in no time.

Fashion Trends and Friends

Created by three lifelong friends, you'll get plenty of variety with this blog. Each woman has her own unique style that you can take pointers from to find what works for you.