by Taylor Mosher| Staff Writer

It seems like everyone in the world has a Twitter account or a Facebook page. But if you’d rather read Vogue than spend countless hours looking at updates of your friend’s daily lives, there’s a social networking site for you as well.

Polyvore.com makes choosing clothes very easy. Picking the color of the piece you would like helps take away the tedium of scrolling through continuous photos of attire you’re not interested in.

All the user needs to do is type in a key word that matches their sought-after color and style.

Once an article of clothing has been chosen, it can be dragged to a provided outfit page that aggregates your selections.

When your outfit is complete, you can publish your masterpiece to be seen by other viewers.

There are options and items from virtually every retailer, and the website includes prices of each part of the ensemble to provide a clear-cut bottom line.

Polyvore allows other members to follow your page and keep up with the fashion statements you publish.

Clicking the ‘follow’ button allows the public to receive a notification each time you update your blog, create a new outfit, or even log on.

This is a new social networking website for clothes; for all the true fashionistas, who want to share their style with the world.

 

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Taylor is a strong christian who loves going to Impact every Wednesday after cheer. She enjoys hanging out with family and friends. She has a boyfriend that goes to Reagan and brings out the best in her. Her priorities for life are, God, family, school, and being social. Jersey Shore and The Real World are Taylor's favorite TV shows. She loves romantic movies and working out. Taylor is a Varsity cheerleader that practices all the time for competition. Her favorite animal is a bird because that is her nickname in cheer. Her nickname came from her short pony tail that stands straight up at games,and because she is a small flyer. Her favorite bible verse is, "Trust in the Lord with all your heart, and do not lean on your own understanding. In all your ways acknowledge Him, and He will make straight your paths." Proverbs 3:5-6

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