Ever wake up hating the clothes in your wardrobe? You may have more outfit options than you think; use these awesome apps to unlock them...
Feel like your wardrobe leaves a lot to be desired? No idea what to match those jeans with? As always, the tech in your pocket can help.
Here are the outfit-orchestrating apps you need to dress better this year.
Closet+ | iOS (Free)
Closet+ is a super streamlined app that does what it sets out to do extremely well: organise your mounting pile of clothes into individual items, letting you assemble winning outfits without fuss. Put the effort in once to catalogue all your outfits and it’ll really help you maximise what you own.
Stylebook | iOS (Free)
Like others here, Stylebook’s got the clothing cataloguing thing down, as well as the ability to assemble and save ‘looks’. But it’s also got a massive list of other features, like holiday packing list functionality, a built in shop, and a powerful (and really interesting) stats tool to help surface clothes you never wear and outfits you’ve overlooked, or filter items and outfits by descriptors like colour.
Glamoutfit | Android, iOS (Free)
Looking for a bit of outside help choosing what to wear? Glamoutfit can connect you to a hivemind of real life fashionistas who’ll help pick out great new combinations based on what you own, what you don’t and your body shape. It’ll even help you plot your new outfits on a built-in calendar, so you don’t end up wearing the same thing twice in quick succession.
Like Glamoutfit, ClosetSpace allows you to take a snap of everything in your wardrobe and sort things into categories. From there you can assemble outfits yourself and save them to your Google Calendar. The app’s also a great source for inspiration; it’ll regularly feed you new outfits and style pointers from top fashion bloggers, and even hook you up with the odd bargain.
Stylicious | Android, iOS (Free)
Part wardrobe organiser, part online shop and part curator of fashion blogs and tips, Stylicious is a great way to feel inspired to get more wears out of the items you already own – while gently nudging you towards new ones you probably should.