This Affiliate Disclosure was first published on 29/12/2020 and updated on 23/06/2022.
This Affiliate Disclosure details the affiliate relationships that Lorna at Wearably Weird has with other companies and products.
How do affiliate programmes work?
Lorna at Wearably Weird may recommend products and services from other affiliated companies for example, Amazon.
When a product or service is recommended there may be a special affiliate link to another website where you can purchase that product or service.
Affiliate links contain the wearablyweird.com tracking code so that the companies know that you clicked on a link from wearablyweird.com.
If you buy or subscribe to something through an affiliate link, I may receive a commission from that company at no extra cost to you.
Are the recommendations unbiased?
Yes! I am a crafter and fashion stylist and I only recommend products that I have used and want for myself.
I may receive free products from companies in exchange for a review, however my review is always genuine. I will only review products I actually end up using myself and enjoying.
What affiliate programmes is Wearably Weird part of?
Wearably Weird is a member of the following affiliate programmes.
Wearably Weird is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for website owners to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com, audible.com, and any other website that may be affiliated with Amazon Service LLC Associates Program.
Wearably Weird is a participant in the Skimlinks Affiliate Program. I use Skimlinks to help automate the process of linking to products and I also sometimes get paid a commission if you purchase a product or service that I link to in my content. I want to be clear that my reviews are driven entirely by my own opinions.