Friday, September 30, 2011

Polyvore Love Letters: Blog Roundup

This week we've discovered yet more ways you can use Polyvore to create great editorial images for your blog. Let's check out what our bloggers have been up to.

Diana from Dressed Up Alligator used several Polyvore sets to show how to dress up color denim. First, say you have these bright color jeans to work with.

Colored Denim 1

Diana then created a set for each pair of color denim. For example:

Colored Denim 3

Check out Bright Denim on Dressed Up Alligators to see how Diana laid out the post seamlessly with Polyvore sets.

You know those glittery Miu Miu booties that are spotted everywhere? Fashionista NY Girl found a real life-priced alternative.

Miu Miu

Click over to Fashionista NY Girl to find out where to get a similar pair that evokes the same spirit as the Miu Miu boots.

We told you earlier this week about the blogger dinner with the Rebecca Minkoff x Polyvore Dee clutch. Dear Bette created another set featuring Blair of Atlantic-Pacific with the clutch.

Blair wears the Dee

Fashion Me Fabulous took a cue from Clara Bow and showed readers how to wear her 1930s look in 2011.

Clara Bow

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

1 comment:

giay nu said...

Personally, I find this a little na├»ve. If you’re dealing with an issue that is emotional at its core, it’s going to create, or reveal, tension. The nonprofit world, while doing a lot of good, has its share of competition and politics; after all, there is only so much attention the rest of us have to direct towards causes, and there is only so much our pocketbooks can take. Of course there’s going to be tension.

So even if you don’t think your mission will generate controversy, prepare as if it will. Be prepared for everything – everything – to be scrutinized. And though your original message might be co-opted or broken down in ways you hadn’t anticipated, at least you will remain part of the conversation.