How to work with us
WE LOVE COLLAB….
WE LOVE COLLAB….
We love collaborations, and we’re always open to creating new relationships with bloggers, photographers, models and influences from all over the world.
If you’re into your fashion and festivals, below we’ve outlined how we can work together.
If you have a shoot planned and are looking for garments to use, we can possibly loan items to you for your project in exchange for us receiving images to use on our social media. Email us the shoot details, along with links to previous work so we can decide whether the shoot is something we would like to get involved in.
7,500 followers or less – We are unable to gift or loan items. If you are looking to gain exposure to your social media accounts, please tag us in your wild thing outfits and if your photo fits into our aesthetic, we will re-post and tag you. We generally re-post all stories we’re tagged in too! If you are looking to gain exposure to your blog and you’ve recently written a piece you think we’d like to share, we can re-share your blog, and divert customers to your website.
7,501 – 25,000 followers – If your style fits into our aesthetic, we have a limited number of garments we are able to gift in exchange for content. We may also be able to loan items for events.
25,001 – 75,000 followers – If you’re style is a wild as us, we have a number of items we can gift you to begin our relationship working together. We may also be able to loan items for events.
75,000 + followers – contact us directly and we will be able to discuss a collaboration with you.
We would love to hear from you. No matter how established you are we love the idea of giving opportunities to new start ups. Please bear in mind that we do generally check followers for how organic they appear. We would rather you had 3,000 general followers than 15,000 fake ones. This can potentially effect any future collaborations with ourselves or our designers.
Measure around your full chest, under the arms, and across the fullest part of the bust/chest. The tape measure should be flat against the figure, straight across the back, but not too tight.
Find the narrowest part located above your belly button and below your rib cage. Measure around with the tape measure flat against the figure.
Measure around the fullest part of your hips with the tape measure flat against the figure and but not too tight. Be sure to go over your buttocks as well.
Measure straight across the back from the top of one shoulder to the other.
Stand straight, measure down, from your waist to the bottom of your leg.
Measure down, from your shoulder-neck connecting area all the way down to the lower waist.
Measure from your shoulder end to your wrist.