|One of my sets on Polyvore.|
I joined almost immediately after I checked out the site and, I warn you, it can become addictive. Lately, due to spending most of my time recording, I've only been able to spend very short amounts of time on Polyvore but it's so easy to get sucked back in. Polyvore is basically a fashion site where the members clip, style and share the sets they've created. The site provides a 'clipping tool' that is easily added to your toolbar. It allows you to collect items you find on various shopping sites -- whether they're clothing, accessories or items for the home.
|An art set using only one item.|
|Set using a ring and a face.|
There are various groups you can join which are usually devoted to themed sets -- whether it's decor or a certain style of dress, etc. Many members keep 'collections' of sets that they've admired made by others or may be a theme collection of some of their own sets.
|Ham by Lucy's Valentine.|
If you sign up for Polyvore, even if you aren't interested in making sets, you can 'like' sets of others and leave comments. I like to give my sets titles (optional) and add a music clip courtesy of Amazon.com (also optional). Nothing like a little extra atmosphere. Don't say I didn't warn you about the site being addictive, though!
|My Suzy Parker set.|