Friday, September 16, 2011

Polyvore Love Letters: Blog Roundup

New York Fashion Week is wrapping up, and school is just starting. What have our favorite bloggers been up to in preparing for the new season? Check out how they've been using Polyvore to create beautiful images for their blogs.

Fashion Week kicked off with Fashion's Night Out, and Twist and Fashion picked out one of the key trends spotted on the glitterati, the animal print.

New York, Wait for Me.

Taylor Sterling of The Glitter Guide shows how you can get her New York Fashion Week look.

NYFW: Get The Look Outfit #2

Deciding what to wear to the first week of school can be as difficult as deciding what to wear for Fashion Week! Kenguri has her first day of college look figured out.

Blogger Style : Bohemian Chic

If you're a fan of Lucky Magazine's fall bag guide but want to find vegan versions of these bags, look no further than Veggywood, where a complete vegan version of the fall bag guide awaits you.

Lucky Magazine Fall Bag Guide, Trend #3: Small Cross-Body Bags

Fall has inspired a collection of lovely things at Teen Fashion Diary.

So what if it's fall? We can still COLORBLOCK!

Neutral color is the inspiration for the on Van City Pretty this week.

Feeling Neutral

If you've found inspiring bloggers through Polyvore, or want to be featured in Love Letters, let us know!


Claudia said...

hi,here in the South America, Brasil start spring,do you know that? Hugs

April Showers said...

Hi Polyvore! I'm loving using my polyvore sets for my blog... Check me out?

seo service said...

"The big difference, other than that Polyvore is only online, is that its users create its content and even its ads. They build collages of outfits they like, called sets, by digitally pasting together a sweater from one e-commerce site with boots and a handbag from others. Polyvore users create 1.4 million sets a month.
Advertisers invite users to create branded collages. Lancôme, for instance, recently held a contest on the site for users to create sets based on the colors of its new eye makeup. Eleven thousand people made sets and six million people viewed Lancôme’s featured products."