If you visited Wardrobe Oxygen in the past 24 hours you likely saw an “Under Construction” message instead of my blog. As I mentioned in last week's Weekend Reads, I am renovating this site. It is not just a makeover with new font or layout, but an entire framework change as well as theme. And the dust has not yet settled.
You will see the site looks very different. My hope is once I finish all this, I will have a homepage that will have categories as well as the chronological blog post content. The site should be faster; you should have less of a delay going from page to page or having this site open up. But you will see plenty of wonky half-done things and some things that just aren't cute.
I just couldn't have my site down any longer, it was stressing me out. The last thing I want is someone to need advice, Google an answer, find me and then get an “Under Construction” message. I had a few wanting to shop the Colleen Rothschild anniversary sale and couldn't access the post about my skincare to shop. And honestly, a good chunk of my income comes from the ads on this site and if the site can't be seen, neither can the ads. So we will navigate this construction site together.
I'd love your help. Navigate through Wardrobe Oxygen, tell me if you see weird things (and with it let me know if you're on a laptop, desktop, phone, or tablet). Tell me if something you liked is missing or harder to use. And since I'm doing this major renovation, I am happy to hear if there is some feature on another blog you visit that you really think is great and would be good here at Wardrobe Oxygen. I cannot guarantee if I can do it but I'd love to hear what appeals to you so I can try to incorporate it into this updated version of the site.
Thank you for being part of this community, and for your continued support. I will continue to provide the best quality content and keep working to make this site as accessible and useful as possible.
And don't worry, I'll be increasing the font size a bit. I know I am not the only grown-ass woman who finds herself squinting more and more these days when she reads. I got you!