Fashion Apps for Divas: Tech Meets Fashion during the Holiday Season
Curate your wardrobe with what you have. This amazing app was created to be your style assistant. Just take photos of your wardrobe and create stylish looks, organize your wardrobe, and track your style inspiration. You can also give advice to friends and create packing list for vacations.
Examples of using Stylebook:
You just had a great outfit idea, but you’re still in the subway going home from work.
– Use the Looks feature to make a quick outfit collage.
- You’re going to a black-tie wedding and want to buy a new pair of heels.
– Use the shopping feature to do an advanced search for the exact color, style, and store you want to buy them from. Once you’ve found some candidates add the images to your closet and test them out with the dress you’ll wear. Email yourself the link so you can buy them online.” (http://www.stylebookapp.com/about.html)
Check out a demo of the Stylebook app – http://www.stylebookapp.com/demos.html
Need a second opinion? Try this app. Go Try It On is the app that lets you express your doubt about an outfit you are unsure of. Post a photo and ask your friends whether to wear it or change it. Get that second
opinion before heading out for the holiday parties. (http://www.gotryiton.com)
Free, Android, iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone
The ultimate app for fashionistas that want to stay on trend and in the know, this app pulls photos from the web’s style and fashion blogs so you can access all styles in one location. You will get constant feeds and see what the stylist and bloggers are wearing this holiday season. The style and fashion blogs currently on the app include The Sartorialist, FabHunter, Jack and Jill Blog, Cherry Blossom Girl, LookBook, and Altamira. (http://www.chicfeed.com)