Staying on top of the fashion trends can be really hard especially in today’s fast paced world where the trends change before you even hear about them. If you have trouble keeping up with the latest trends or if you are just fashion impaired and need good guidance daily, there are many great fashion apps that can help you look cool trendy everyday. Yes, the smart phone comes to the rescue of fashionistas as well by providing you your own personal stylist right in your purse. Here are the top 10 fashion apps you need to try.
ShopStyle is a mobile app that lets you view the latest trends from different designers and brands in the form of runway photos. You can even buy those products right from the app or add them to your alerts so that the app will alert you whenever a dress you want is on sale. It’s a great app to stay on top of latest trends and to ensure you get your hands on the latest outfits before anyone else.
9. Catalog Spree:
Catalog Spree was voted the Best App of 2012 on the Today show. It lets you get access to all the fashion catalogues right on your phone. You can browse through famous catalogs such as Nordstrom and Neiman Marcus in the privacy of your own home without having to deal with ton of paper and see the latest offerings of the major fashion houses.
Stylebook is a great app to have if you want to decrease the anxiety and time you spend every morning in deciding what to wear. It helps you to organize your wardrobe by taking pictures of all your dresses and uploading them to the app. Once your wardrobe has been cataloged all you need to do is go through the app and mix match dressed till you find the perfect combination for the occasion. You can also shop for more dresses through the app.
7. Go Try It On:
Go Try It On is a social network app that helps in staying touch with the latest trends through your community. You can take photos of your own dresses and share them on the app and view the photos of other members to find the latest trends. Sometimes you just need to see how a dress looks on a normal person rather than on a supermodel. You can also window shop and stay in touch with the latest trends.
6. Sephora To Go:
Sephora to Go is another app that lets you view latest offerings by major designers and brands. You can see what’s new, what’s hot and what’s recommended with ease and also discuss fashion trends with Sephora advisors by calling them up. You can also shop for what you like.
Pose is a great app that allows you to snap photos of your latest dresses and upload them on the network. People can like and comment on your photos as well. You can also go through other users’ uploads to find inspiration for certain occasions. You can tag brands and write a caption for your photo as well.
Snapette is social networking for shoppers. All you need to do is take a picture of something you like in a shop, tag the brand, price and location and share it with other shoppers. When someone wants to buy something they can search for individual products according to their location and snapette will help them find all the information they need about which product is selling at what price in which location.
Cloth is also a wardrobe organizing app. You can take photos of your outfits and organize them in categories such as everyday, event, evening, vacation, work etc. Then when you need to find a dress in a hurry you can simply go to the corresponding category and see what you have that best suits your needs. It even tells you the weather predictions in your area so that you can dress accordingly.
Style.com is the biggest fashion news website and its app lets you view the complete website through your phone. It is the best place to get the latest news, reviews, interviews, catwalk images and stay on top of the latest trends in the fashion industry.
1. Chic Feed:
Chic Feed is an app that compiles photographs of the latest fashion uploaded by users of sites such as The Satorialist, Face Hunter, Lookbook and Altamira NYC in one place. You can go through the latest pictures to see what’s trending among other people like yourself so as to dress accordingly.