Am I using the word "for" correctly here? Should I use "with" or should I add a verb between "for" and "accessories"? Thank you for the help.

Sentence: "This is a collaborative resource that provides endless design inspiration for accessories."

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Hello, Helithos, and welcome to the Grammar Exchange!

I'd like to have our moderator's opinion about this issue, but I'll give you my view. Even if "accessories" is an object and thus not capable of being inspired, "for" seems to be introducing the beneficiary of that inspiration. I'd prefer this version:

- This is a collaborative resource that provides endless inspiration for accessory designers / designers of accessories.

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