Create a Free Virtual Mood Board – Use Polyvore
Create a Free Virtual Mood Board
Are you a wannabe stylist? Fashion blogger? Or perhaps you own a fashion company or retail business?
If so there’s great news for you…
A hot new fashion tool is available to you today completely free of charge! With absolutely no catch.
Taking NYC by storm Polyvore, has now reached us in the UK and I – We have discovered how great this site actually is. You don’t have to be a graphic designer or a whiz at photoshop, this site helps you cut out all that hard mumbo jumbo technical stuff and lets you drop, resize and drag items with a click of a button.
So What is Polyvore?
Market your company, label or brand using the Polyvore website. All you have to do is register your email address and details and then you can start creating!
Promote your fashion blog or show off your styling/creative skills. Take images from the internet of items you like and mix and match them to create amazing looks which you can share on twitter, facebook, tumblr, blogger or wordpress!
With 6.5 million monthly unique visitors, Polyvore is the web’s largest community of tastemakers where people can discover their style and set trends around the world. Trendseekers and shoppers alike come to Polyvore to discover the hottest brands, products, trends and looks.
When people shop, they clip their favorite products. Clips are like visual bookmarks. These can then be used when creating an amazing set (a set is like a virtual mood board)
Using Polyvore’s virtual styling tool, people mix and match products to create sets. Rotate and overlap images with ease.
Share on social networking sites or blogs once you have published your set.
Leading retailers, brands and celebrities such as Yves Saint Laurent, Nordstrom, Kate Moss and Katy Perry have partnered with Polyvore in creative brand engagement campaigns that fuel stylish, sharable user-generated content. Learn about partnering with us as a brand or blogger.
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Get Started today! Visit www.polyvore.com
By Jennie May Thompson