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A source of inspiration for a stylish life, The Online Stylist is updated daily and focus’s on fashion, lifestyle, food and beauty.

The blog has been featured in Woman & Home, Easy Living, The Sunday Express Magazine, Red Magazine, Essentials, Woman’s Own and on Guardian.co.uk, Grazia Daily and Channel4.com. For a full list of coverage click here.

Available Services:

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Giveaways
Sponsored posts
Featured styling for selected retailers in the form of sponsored outfit posts
Partnerships with selected brands

All fashion, lifestyle and beauty related PR pitches are welcome, and subject to approval, The Online Stylist accepts gifted product samples from PR’s and designers to be reviewed or showcased on this blog. Gifted items are only accepted if they are deemed relevant to the content of this site and will always be disclosed as such, either in the body of the post or listed as c/o (courtesy of) or “Thanks to” in a footnote. Sponsored posts will be labeled “In collaboration with…”.

The views and opinions expressed on this blog are purely my own and reviews will always be honest – I retain full editorial control over all content and only work with carefully selected brands. I will not endorse or encourage others to buy a product unless I am 100% happy with it and may choose not to review or include an item if I don’t like it.

I often use affiliate links within my posts which means that if a purchase is made from clicking the link, I receive a small commission payment.

For more information and a media kit, please contact Amanda at onlinestylist@me.com

As bloggers we ask for fair compensation because we believe this will help establish the medium of blogging as a whole, establish credibility and instill a sense of professionalism in our trade. Fair compensation will provide a greater service to companies, to our readers and to ourselves in the long run.