Best Wardrobe Planner Apps. I’m sure every woman out there has been through the annoying and stressful experience of trying to choose an outfit whether it be for a party, a girls night out or even something formal like a wedding. I know, I’ve been there myself, to the point where I can no longer see the floor from all the clothes I can’t decide between! Do I choose a trouser suit or is it too formal? Should I wear jeans or is that too casual? What bag will match my outfit? What style of footwear will compliment my look? So how can I answer all these questions in one easy swoop? Well, wardrobe apps are the best idea for these queries. This post covers the top five wardrobe planning apps that are available for you to download onto your phone or Ipad which are ideal for helping you to create your perfect image whilst still keeping your wardrobe organised. Those tricky decisions while staring at a pile of clothes on the bed will be no more with just one of these useful apps! This post will weigh up the pros and cons of each app so you don’t have to. Not only are these apps helpful at home but they can also aid in your choices when deciding on a new purchase.
Best Closet Organizing Apps
#5 – Closet +
You can get this app by following this link: Closet+ App
A popular app amongst women to help organise your wardrobe. This app is free and is easy to use. You can upload bulk images and each item of clothing can be categorised according to either type, price, season or how many times it has been worn. Each outfit you design yourself can be saved for certain days on the calendar and you can also create lists such as which items you are taking on holiday. This use of lists is a great and handy tool to have to prevent last minute dashes around your wardrobe. The downsides to this app include things such as you cannot crop images or edit the background out of uploaded photos which can create ‘scruffy’ images and there is also a limit of 50 items of clothing.
#4 – Polyvore
You can access this app via this link: Polyvore App
Available as an app as well as a site on a computer Polyvore has quickly become a favourite for building your own outfit combinations. Polyvore not only has the advantages of tagging clothing items within a huge database of garments, but it was gives you the opportunity to see other people’s style ideas so it has the social aspect which is very appealing. You can save other people’s sets and share ones you have created. Downfalls of Polyvore are that on the app you cannot crop images and there is a limit of 50 items (similar to Closet+) neither can you upload your own images to use in your collection. The vast database that this app has though allows to find similar items to the ones you own. It is free from Itunes and Google Play.