The world is still a mess, but looking at my site’s traffic, clicks, sales, and the traffic on social media, I know many of you are heading back to work and activities and shopping to dress for those situations. And from your comments, DMs on Instagram, and discussions in the…View Post
What started with reader emails has become one of the most popular topics on Wardrobe Oxygen. “Ask Allie” is a feature on Wardrobe Oxygen where popular DC style blogger, Alison Gary, answers reader questions about fashion, styling, how to wear the latest trends, and more. Use the Contact page to submit your questions and you never know, it may be the subject of the next “Ask Allie”!
If you’ve found that your reliable go-to clothing retailers seem to be too matronly or too juvenile, you’re not alone. And you’re likely over 40. There’s something about turning 40 where you change so much and your wardrobe doesn’t seem to keep up. You have different priorities, your body changes…View Post
I know I am not the only one who has fallen in love with clothing brand Universal Standard. Offering elevated wardrobe staples and unique silhouettes in sizes 00-40, Universal Standard is striving to democratize fashion. As an influencer, I was happy to see how they have handled all that is…View Post
Every time I scroll through social media it seems I see influencers wearing Ori, ads for Ori, women in Facebook groups discussing Ori. What is Ori? It’s a line of plus-size soft, comfy, and versatile wardrobe essentials. Each piece is thoughtfully designed and made in small batches and some are…View Post
Today is Blackout Day 2020, which is being discussed and promoted on social media with the hashtag #BlackoutDay2020. This article from Complex breaks down Blackout Day. To show the buying power of Black people, as well as other minotiries and their allies, they will not spend any money in the…View Post
After months at home, many need to return to their places of work. It’s a switch of mindset, and a switch of wardrobe. We can’t go to the office in pajamas (well most of us can’t), but we can find ways to change our perceptions of what is workwear, what…View Post