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Make fashion collages for your blog.

Have you ever wondered how fashion bloggers put together “style or mood boards” on their blogs, with clips of different outfits and clothing pieces?

Polyvore is a free styling tool that makes it easy to create fashion magazine like collages for your blog or website. Perfect for shopping and clothing tips for sessions.

After you create the set, you can embed your Style Board in your blog or website.

To create a set, register for a free account at Polyvore then start creating. You can create your own, or you can embed any of the style collections on your site. See below.


Alexander Wang


Alexander Wang sheer top
259 –

Alexander Wang long sweater
$277 –

Alexander Wang shorts
224 –

Alexander Wang high heels
$439 –

Alexander Wang leather shoulder bag
405 –

Alexander Wang square sunglasses
$365 –

Alexander Wang Shirt Loose Black
€79 –


To embed a set on a WordPress Site or Blog.

Next to your created set, or any created set, Select the Post to Blog option

Select a layout. You have the option adding a listing of all the clothing items from the set, with a link to purchase that item.

Set the image size.

Copy the HTML Code and paste into the HTML section of the Post or Page Editor in WordPress


The Polyvore help page has different tools you can use to clip things from the web, or to make your own mini editor.


About Nancy Nardi

Founder of HiFi Social Web, Co-Founder of Seniors Ignite, website maker and entrepreneur. I help photographers and entrepreneurs leverage the power of the web with WordPress.


  1. Shian on October 21, 2014 at 9:00 pm

    This is so helpful, thank you!
    Shian |

  2. Belinda at the workwear edit on October 28, 2014 at 2:07 am

    I use Polyvore, too, but the problem I find is that the images are limited to a resolution of 600 x 600, which is just too low res. I’d love to find something that was as easy to use but was higher resolution, like between 1000 x 1000 or even up to 2000 x 2000. It enables more sharing of images and since the images you clip to Polyvore can be up to that size, its annoying that its the Polyvore system lowers the resolution of the set you create.

    Any advice here would be really helpful as if I am going to spend time creating outfit boards, I’d like them to look as crisp and clear as possible.

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