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Hey dear costumers!

Allydress.com started to collaborate with Instagram bloggers and now it's looking for new partners! We collaborated with hey__ella and sezenak, two beautiful girls who helped us to reach new people all around the world.

 

This is Sezan Aksu, she is a beautiful blogger from Germany who is really helping us with the sponsorship.
Click to see her blog: Sezen AksuThe items she's wearing are: US Flag Sweater and Black Leather Jacket. 
 
 
 
 
And she is Ella Pumford, a girl from Walles who is wearing our best selling Dress.
The items she's wearing are: Light blue Stripes Dress and Chiffon Dogs Blouse.

 

 

In addiction, we collaborate with Instagram's Fashion Profiles such as: StandforfashionElegantlychiicGlamfashionsx and many other.

Our partnership works like that: we ship items to our partners and for every items we ship we ask for 2 pictures on Instagram. If the partner has a Blog, we would really prefer to have a post on the Blog too!

We are looking for people who have a mean of 8K likes for photo on Instagram. The quantity of items depends on how much famous our partner is. We are available to ship a complete outfit (dress, bag and shoes) to who has a Blog and can show us that her blog is highly viewed every day.

So, if you want to do a partnership with us contact the Sales Manager at allydressmanager@gmail.com and leave us your Instagram name and, if you have a blog, give us the link and we will tell you if we can start to work together!

 

XOXO, next post next week! :D

Comments

  • Posted On February 13, 2016 by Mahen

    Hi Melissa! im so glad you responded.The rsneoas i have against parents friending their kids on FB etc are based on 2 things:1.- Most parents dont have the trust of their children and do not respect either their privacy or the dont overreact rule so all they do is stalk the teen to know every little thing, overreact on everything even if it is the most innocent thing and ground them for thing they (parents) dont even understand because they dont see the entire context i.e. a comment made by a girl to his/her daugther like omg u were so on that cute boy last night!!! <3" or so and the parents will probably make a scandal and even ground the girl for something that is only in the parent’s imagination when in truth the girl was just dreaming to talk to that boy and nothing ever happened!This point is all about communication, if communication is good in the family there is no reason for all this to happen.2.- This will sound ridiculous but it happens. Their friends wont trust your kids if you are in FB and able to read everything your teen’s friends post! Nobody likes a spy parent online! ive seen it among my friends and its both hilarious and sad they stop writing to the one who has her parents on FB because they fear they will tell their own parents about their life online.I hate writing so much but i rarely have the oportunity to exchange ideas with someone like you!

  • Posted On February 13, 2016 by Alfredo

    / We are the same then, this will be the only social media they are on. I am loiknog forward to seeing the pics they take see them change over time. I am surprised with how many kids are on facebook that are younger. I will accept friends from my nieces, nephews and other young family/friends but will not ask them. I figure that way there is other keeping an eye on them and helping out, once my kids are on I would hope other family/friends would do the same for me. We have to protect our kids.

  • Posted On October 16, 2013 by Barbara Martinez

    I’m going to buy on your store early! :DD

  • Posted On October 16, 2013 by Michele C. Kempf

    Sezenak is simply awesome!

  • Posted On October 16, 2013 by Mary Allison

    The Light blue Stripes Dress and Chiffon Dogs Blouse are really CUUUTE w

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