Here are some of the places that we have been covered, reviewed, or otherwise mentioned:
March 1, 2008
Find Your Daily Outfit
Fashion Mash is reviewed again on "Killerstartups.com"
January 8, 2008
"The whole wardrobe thing seems popular"
Garry of the No More Mindnumbing Emails blog includes Fashion Mash in his list called "What's going on out there???"
January 7, 2008
Bob Stumpel's Everything 2.0 features Fashion Mash.
January 5, 2008
"now this site i love even more then polyvore and find myself on there at least twice a day playing with my clothes." Pretty Poison talks about how she uses our site and shows action shots of herself in her Fashion Mash outfits on her blog.
January 3, 2008
The Smart Beaver at CanadianFreeStuff.com recommends Fashion Mash.
November 21, 2007
Fashion Mash is listed with other Fashion Networking sites at Shefinds.com
November 17, 2007
Fashion Mash is profiled on Startupprincess.com
November 14, 2007
Fashion Mash is listed in 25+ sites for the Fashion Minded
October 17, 2007
Kimber Chin of Nolimitsladies.com covers Fashion Mash.
"There are some very exciting sites popping up on the net and one of the most creative I've seen in a while has gotta be FashionMash.com..." [read more]
October 16, 2007
Fashion Mash listed in TheRunwayScoop.com's review of 6 Fashion Networking Websites For Social Butterflies
"This website is different from most social networking sites because users can upload photos from their own wardrobe and get help from the community. "
October 15, 2007
Meez.com mentions Fashion Mash in their newsletter.
October 12, 2007
An Indie-View: Fashion Mash
David Michael of Joeindie.com interviews Margaret Howe.
October 10, 2007.
PR Couture reprints Fashion Mash blog article "Responding to Negative PR - When the Review isn’t Awesome".
German website, Web2null.de, mentions Fashion Mash in their Web 2.0 gallery.
October 8, 2007.
Kristen Nicole of Mashable.com reviews Fashion Mash.
October 1, 2007.
FashionMash.com: Get by with a little clothes help from your friends
by Monica Flores of SistersinBiz.com
"The idea is an innovative use of social networking: it involves sharing the contents of your wardrobe and getting feedback from your circle of friends."