Polyvore Launches Designer/Blogger Collaboration Pieces

Ultimate style and shopping site Polyvore released two designer collaborations from its “Designer Collective” brands and lifestyle bloggers today.

Polyvore put its wide-reaching capabilities to good use with its recently launched “Designer Collective” initiative – an ongoing feature of up-and-coming fashion and design talent. The site also has a select pack of fashion and lifestyle bloggers who regularly contribute to the its homepage, deemed the “Polyvore Bloggers.” The combination of these two forces make Polyvore the ultimate one-stop style site; not only does it help you locate a certain shoe, accessory or piece of clothing, but it also brings style inspiration through new designers and talented bloggers.

Meredith Wendell collaborated with blogger Julie Sarinana of “Sincerely Jules,” to create  a bag, “The Saucy Pan,” which emanates the easy, California-cool style of Julie’s aesthetic, but is made from the typical Meredith Wendell mix of fun materials. The cross-body bag is available for $395 at and in select stores.


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Madison Harding teamed up with “Lust for Life” blogger Olivia Lopez to create a black ankle boot featuring a chic cutout, reportedly inspired by California’s Cochella music festival. Lopez’s fashionality wasn’t hard to channel for Madison Harding; the blogger’s love for vintage fit seamlessly into the brand’s signature rock and roll  aesthetic.

Of the collaboration, Lopez said, “We shared a vision of designing a boot that was influenced by music’s past while taking an unconventional approach to modern trends.” Find the “Olivia” boot on for $195.

Image courtesy of Polyvore

Image courtesy of Polyvore

Both of these one-of-a-kind exclusive styles launch today! Get your hands on them before they’re gone and head over to for your daily dose of style.

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