Partner with Wardrobe Oxygen
Thank you for considering Wardrobe Oxygen as a place to promote your brand, business or blog! Wardrobe Oxygen was created in 2005 and is a blog that not only showcases Alison Gary’s personal style but also offers fashion advice for all women, regardless of age, figure, lifestyle, or budget. Wardrobe Oxygen also regularly provides reviews of apparel, accessories, books, concerts, and beauty products.
Wardrobe Oxygen has been featured on sites such as Refinery 29, StyleCaster, Racked, The Washington Post, Washingtonian, B Woman, Redbook, and Parents Magazine. Alison Gary regularly writes for sites such as Savings.com, The Savvy Life, The Washington Post, AOL Patch, and Redbook Magazine. Alison Gary and Wardrobe Oxygen have been mentioned in publications such as Living the Savvy Life and The Power of DRES and quoted on sites like U.S. News and World Report, Redbook, MSNBC, Forbes, The Huffington Post, Lifehacker, and Get Rich Slowly.
Along with writing for Wardrobe Oxygen and other publications, Alison has also performed speaking engagements for companies like as PR News and IKEA, and has performed styling and video promotion for brands such as Foxcroft and CAbi.
With over 4,500 RSS, Bloglovin, and Google followers and an average of 60,000 unique monthly site visits and 350,000 monthly pageviews, Wardrobe Oxygen is one of the Top 50 followed blogs in the United States. The average Wardrobe Oxygen reader is female, between the ages of 28-55 who is interested in current fashion and beauty trends. View up-to-date statistics for Wardrobe Oxygen on Fohr Card.
Wardrobe Oxygen has partnered with many quality brands, here are just a few:
If you are interested in advertising or having a product reviewed on Wardrobe Oxygen, do not hesitate to contact Alison via email.
Disclaimer: FTC Regulations Effective December 2009 require disclosure that compensation is received for the placement of advertising on Wardrobe Oxygen, compensation may be received for giveaways, and compensation is never received for reviews. Regardless of whether compensation is received from a seller or advertiser, my opinions are always my own.