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If you’ve got a fashion blog, then you’re probably wanting to start monetizing it so you can start making money. In my past article called “How Do Fashion Bloggers Make Money – 5 Proven Strategies, I cover that affiliate marketing is a great way to do this.
In this post, I’m going to give you a list of fashion affiliate programs that you can join and use for your blog.
If you don’t yet have a fashion blog, you can get started today for $3.95/month. My step by step guide will show you how to set one up.
Fashion Affiliate Program #1 – Amazon Associates
The Amazon Associate program has been great for me and I have no doubt it will be great for you as well. Just about anything fashion related that you can think of is on Amazon. I use it for this blog and my lifestyle blog.
It’s free to join. Amazon’s SiteStripe makes it easy to grab the link or image of anything you want to promote on the site.
To use this feature, you’ll need to be an approved affiliate and logged into your Associate account. Navigate to the item you want to grab an affiliate link or image for.
Before you start promoting products on Amazon, there are a few things you should know.
- First, you must disclose that you are an affiliate by including this disclaimer: “As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases.” I put this on every post where there are Amazon affiliate links.
- Second, Amazon can pay you by direct deposit, gift certificate, or check. They will pay you about 60 days after the end of the month that you earned the commission in. If you choose to be paid via direct deposit, you will have to earn a minimum of $10 before you can get paid. Learn more about their payment thresholds here.
- Third, as of 3/6/20, Amazon pays a 4% commission on the women’s fashion category. This means that if someone buys a $100 pair of boots on Amazon through your link, you’ll get paid $4. This could change in the future. Use this link to see how much they pay by category.
- Fourth, you’ll get paid on any purchases people make on Amazon within 24 hours of clicking your affiliate link.
- Fifth, once your account is approved, you’ve got to generate at least one sale in 180 days or they’ll close your account. They do allow you to reapply. I’d do it once your site is more established.
- Sixth, they don’t want you promote affiliate links in email or social media. If you are wanting to, then you need to sign up for an Amazon storefront. I’ve got one for my blog and you have to add products from Amazon to it. See it in action here.
You’ll be able to promote products from over 5,000 retailers and brands in this network. This company has developed a free app called Like To Know It. With the app you’ll have a profile that allows people to shop the looks in your pictures by tapping on a picture from the feed.
If you’re interested in becoming a RewardStyle affiliate, get in touch with me and provide me with your name and email address. Being referred by someone increases your chances of being approved. If you’re accepted, both you and I will receive a $25 reward!
3. Cents of Style
This one is unique because none of the other fashion affiliate programs in this list pay you to refer affiliates. Each affiliate referral pays you $3 and each sale you generate them earns you a 10% commission. Join here.
4. Nordstrom Affiliate Program
This is a good one to promote because Nordstrom customers get free shipping and free returns if they live in the U.S, Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. Join for free here.
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5. Le Tote
Le Tote is an awesome site that allows you to rent clothing and accessories for a flat monthly membership fee. At 30%, this is one of the highest commission rates. They have a 45 day cookie and have dedicated account management. Their affiliate program is on Share A Sale. If you don’t already have an account, sign up here.
6. ShopStyle Collective
Back in 2018, this network used to pay for every click you sent them. They now pay for every sale you generate them. With ShopStyle you can create shop the look pins on Pinterest, create looks, and create widgets where you can showcase several products without using a bunch of pictures. Sign up for ShopStyle here.
This is one of my favorite fashion affiliate programs. It’s one of the easiest ways to make money with your blog. Once you sign up for a free account and install the code on your site, Skimlinks will turn existing links on your site into affiliate links. They’ll pay you for each sale you generate them.
Zaful runs one of the most attractive fashion affiliate programs out there. They have free worldwide shipping, a huge number of products to choose from, pay up to 30% commissions, and will pay you $10 just for signing up as an affiliate. Sign up here.
It’s free to be an affiliate for Jane. They pay 11% per commission and 10% for repeat customers. They say that 66% of their customers return and buy again. Join here.
Wantable offers both fitness and style products. Their program has incentives, bonuses, and a 90 day cookie length. They provide affiliates with banners that you can use on your fashion blog and each sale earns you a $25 commission. Join here.
If you’re looking to promote swimwear, then definitely check out SwimOutlet’s affiliate network. They pay 8-10% for each sale you get them. Their site has products from over 500 brands. Join here for free.
12. Miracle Suit
This swimsuit company has been around since 1991! They’ve have a unique Miratex fabric that makes you look 10 pounds lighter. Their affiliate links have a 30 day cookie. Apply to join here.
Here’s another swimsuit company you can promote. They offer a 6% commission and a 30 day cookie. Join here.
14. A Pea In The Pod
If you’re wanting to promote maternity clothes, then consider A Pea In The Pod’s program. Join here.
Zulily is a website similar to Jane because they’re all about offering the best deal and price matching. They offer a 2% commission per sale. Join here.
16. Trunk Club
Trunk Club is owned by Nordstrom and is very similar to Wantable. They pay a 5% commission on first purchases and $3 per lead whenever someone completes a full online profile. Images will be provided that you can use. They also invite their affiliates toexclusive events and give early access to company announcements. Sign up here.
If your love language is Target, then this program makes sense. They’ve got a 7 day cookie and pay up to 8% commissions. Sign up here.
If your fashion blog is all about high end fashion and you’re looking for a luxury affiliate program, then Chanel will be right up your alley. They pay a 10% commission. Join here.
19. Fashion Nova
Instead of using the term affiliate, they use collab. Apply for their program here.
If you’re looking for a petite program, consider Jeetly, as they pay 10% commissions and exclusively sell petite clothing. Join here.
As you can see, there are lots of fashion affiliate programs you can join. Join the ones that make the most sense to you and start earning affiliate marketing commissions from your blog.