StyleWise is not currently accepting partnerships
I’m a final year graduate student! Which means I have a packed schedule. I will update this page when I am able to take on partnerships again.
Founded in 2013, StyleWise is one of the longest-running ethical fashion and sustainable personal style blogs on the internet. I strive to create a space that is a lasting resource for my readers – no filler, no glossing over the issues – with a lot of hope, thoughtfulness, and attention to complexity.
- Are young, professional women and non-binary folks aged 25-34
- Have an introductory understanding of ethical and sustainable fashion, and are looking to dive deeper
- Appreciate complexity and intersectionality
- Are avid shoppers looking for trustworthy resources
Past Clients include…
- Ana Luisa
- Mata Traders
- Ponto Footwear
- Sela Designs
- Ten Thousand Villages
- Rainforest Alliance
- United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
- 60K Monthly Pageviews
- 40K Monthly Sessions
- 33K Unique Monthly Visitors
- 190K Monthly Pinterest Views
- 3.7K RSS Subscribers
- 3.5K Pinterest Followers
- 400+ Email Subscribers
(Numbers reflect a three-month average, updated June 2021)
- 78% USA + Canada, Australia, UK, & Germany
- 81% Female
- 33% Ages 25-34, 18% 35-44, 17% 18-24
Your brand and product listed in a multi-brand roundup centered around a theme. Includes one paragraph and 2 links. Product not required.
Your product reviewed in a narrative-based Personal Style post. Includes at least one paragraph on the brand and 2 links.
A 700-1,200 word fact-checked, researched post on a brand-relevant topic. Written by Leah, with some exceptions.
Product not required.
How Blog Partnerships Work
At StyleWise, I believe strongly in the power of blog-based content. Unlike social media partnerships, blog partnerships leverage the power of search engines to create evergreen content that gains traction over time. I take the long view, and ensure that all of my posts are optimized for search engines so that your post will perform well.
While social media partnerships may fizzle out within hours, sponsored blog posts can take six months to a year to gain traction. But once they do, they remain effective marketing tools for years after the post was initially created. Individual posts perform differently based on a number of conditions, including market trends, spontaneous virality, algorithm changes, and world events. I follow SEO best practices, but cannot control all factors of the partnership once it is released “into the wild.” If you have more questions, please feel free to ask!