‘I Have Nothing To Wear’
If you also start each morning with the phrase ‘I have nothing to wear’, while your friends recommend you buy another huge closet just to store all your clothes?
If your closet is packed with items and still – you have nothing to wear ??
Feel like you are getting dressed but there is no message in your look? And having trouble deciding, what right for use everyday, and what right for a special event, will it look good on us? And endless debating and batting what to do?? it’s time to find a better way to get organized each morning.
I concentrated some dedicated (non-shopping) fashion apps that I really liked – some really Changed my life, and i have also compiled some tips for those who still prefer to arrange the closet with two hands rather than a touch screen and everyone should know.
The vision of ‘clueless’ (or ‘already saw me with it?’)
Most of us wonder ‘where I went with this before’ or ‘see me with it already’, and in general – few of us have an unlimited wardrobe, one capable of producing countless different outfits.
For those with short memory, the obsession with a new lock every day or a really neat wardrobe, there are loads of wardrobe management apps, just like the vision of the film Clueless. These apps also make an order, also enable the Outfit train without taking anything out of the closet and also keep you an Outfit Diary for planning or reminding what to wear.
So let get started…
I love the StyleBook closest to being perfect, even though it requires more messing and is paid.
For a little more guidance in the styling class, Stylicious has you covered.
Stylicious app helps you organize your wardrobe, but also provides designer tips on how to create a new look. You can take pictures of your clothes and sort them by sub-category. You can create clothes from the photos and use the calendar to assign dates to wear them.
3. GlamOutfitAn app that helps organize the closet as well as offering ideas from real people outfits.
Not sure what to wear when the weather cools? You should click on ‘style me’ so that other friends or other users of the app can go through your closet and offer you an outfit idea. To help them help you, you can add details about what general look you want to go today or whether it should be formal enough for work or not.
4. Closet+If you have a closet that looks more like a battlefield and you forget about its contents about a week after the one-year arrangement, this app is for you. You take pictures of your items, upload to the app and with the app you can customize the shirt to your pants. In addition, it will calculate the consideration for the price you paid for the item, by weighting the price with the amount of times you have worn it.
If you want to separate your clothes by season or by place, you can do this with Closet+ and also make packing lists before your next trips so you won’t find yourself at the last minute pressure.
5. ChicisimoThe app has succeeded in establishing itself as a street style inspiration, building a vibrant fashion community, sharing their looks and tagging the closet. There are millions of people who have to decide, every day, how to pair a yellow shirt, or what to wear with a little red dress, or just what to wear tomorrow, the app helps you make such decisions and make your life easier.
You can create an album with dressing ideas for a wedding, or look military-style, or anything that makes sense to you.
Chicisimo help you with inspiration and help from an online outfit maker.
Instagram for the smart consumer.
This app is a kind of social network-based images that allows you to share your shopping with friends on social networks. The idea is to produce some sort of guide consumers for all kinds of products. You can have an opinion, share reviews and even buy someone a present if he sign an item desirable. The app is not intended for just fashion consumers, but is very useful for them.