While your kids are going nuts over Angry Birds, Sonic Rivals, Spyro the Dragon or the latest Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! game, have your own online fun, in style.
Polyvore enables you to create your own style “sets” or outfits using tens of thousands of images from online stores on the net. It’s great for working out what might go with that pair of shoes you are eyeing off, or coming up with different ways to wear items that are already sitting in your wardrobe. Plus, you can see how fashionistas from all over the world style different items. Register – free – here, and see our style sets here.
One of our first style sets on Fox in Flats
Pinterest is like a virtual scrapbook, and makes it super easy to access all of the amazing pictures, ideas and stories you find online. You literally drag and drop pictures (and their online links) into your own personalised portfolio. And you can create whatever files you like, depending on what you’re into. Get a top line run-down here. Or for a more detailed step-by-step check out The Blog Stylist.
The Sartorial-twist randomly generates the stunning street style photographs of Scott Schuman’s The Sartorialist and mashes them together like one of those flippy-books on your kids’ bookshelves. For more, click here.
How do you get your kicks online?