I’m no fashionista. Just a regular degular shemegula girl that likes to look great no matter what the occasion. As I become more responsible with my finances, the Internet has become the best place for me to treat my retail addiction. Here I can fill shopping carts, stalk sales, and shutdown without feeling the impulses the stores create. Then there are times when I have cash and this form of therapy isn’t an option. Step in Polyvore app. Here I can become inspired by all things fashion including home. Let me show how this has become my favorite app for my closet and living quarters.
(Just a little background – Tamika and I love fashion but these Midwest professional streets – wanna hold us back. Cue the Rick Ross tune. After a few short hours of intense research on her part we had both developed a new hobby.)
I was in complete awe when I saw all the options and items. We had always wondered where those pictures came from and now we knew. However, we didn’t know it was going to be like this. Here are a few sets I created in my inaugural weeks.
There’s no denying fashionable side. My true love is home fashion and interior design. I often think about how great my place would look if I had an endless amount of cash – OMG! Moreover, I have made a point to create a less than common approach in my own home. Polyvore allows me to daydream in color and change my mind millions of times without spending a penny or having to return something because I found something better. This was my 1st home fashion set on the app and it took me almost 2 days to create it.
The very unexpected component of this app is the functionality to purchase what you like. I’ll keep my retail-addicted heart calm until I get a few more things in order before I start going crazy. In the meantime, Polyvore is keeping my mind off of things I tend to think about more often than needed.
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