Since 2005, Wardrobe Oxygen has not only showcased Alison Gary’s personal style but also provide real-life fashion advice for all women, regardless of age, figure, lifestyle, or budget. Wardrobe Oxygen’s audience trusts Alison to deliver real-life fashion advice with honesty. With a reach of almost 200,000 followers, Wardrobe Oxygen has a large and loyal following. To see more numbers, please view Wardrobe Oxygen’s virtual media kit.
Wardrobe Oxygen has been featured on sites such as Refinery 29, StyleCaster, Glossy, Washington Life, Racked, and Washingtonian, and publications such as The Washington Post, B Woman Magazine, Redbook, and Parents Magazine. Alison Gary has has been a columnist for Savings.com, The Savvy Life, The Washington Post, Patch, ShoeBuy, and Redbook. Alison Gary and Wardrobe Oxygen have been referenced in style books such as Living the Savvy Life and The Power of DRES and quoted on sites like U.S. News and World Report, MSNBC, Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Lifehacker, The Penny Hoarder, and Get Rich Slowly.
Along with writing for Wardrobe Oxygen and other publications, Alison performed speaking engagements for companies such as PR News and IKEA; hosted events for Westfield Malls, Style for Hire, InStyle, The Junior League, Dia&Co, and Gwynnie Bee; and in-person styling for brands such as The Shoe Hive, Foxcroft, Stella & Dot, Bloomingdale’s, and CAbi.
Wardrobe Oxygen has partnered with great brands such as Kohl’s, Clairol, Talbots, Nordstrom, JAG Jeans, Neutrogena, Dagne Dover, Payless, Amazon, ELOQUII, L’Oreal, Estee Lauder, eBay, and Gap.
Wardrobe Oxygen was rated as one of the Top 25 fashion blogs in America (via Les Cahiers). The average Wardrobe Oxygen reader is female, between the ages of 35-62 in the United States making over $125,000 annually who is interested in current fashion and beauty trends. If you wish to partner with Wardrobe Oxygen or have Alison Gary feature or review your product, please click this link.
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