6 Fashion Apps You Need Now Adam Ferraresi February 12, 2017 Fashion, Fashion How to image source: chicago-woman.com Having good apps to help us in our everyday activities and improve our lives is by far one of the most welcome perks of modern age. You can now find an app for practically anything and everything and if you can’t find it, it’s probably being made. But today we will talk about the crème-de-la-crème of fashion apps and how they can help you dress better, save both money and time and learn more about the fashion world. Of course, you don’t have to have half a dozen fashion apps on your phone, but we will suggest some that could really be beneficial for you, especially if you love clothes and everything related to it. Here are apps with which you’ll create healthier shopping habits and expand your sense of style practically effortlessly. 1. The Hunt Hunting down new apparel from the comfort of your home sounds a bit too good to be true, but fashionistas created The Hunt to make it all happen for you. This app has an ever-growing community that is dedicated to helping its members find any piece of clothing that caught their eye. This is like a living, breathing fashion search engine where all you need to do is create an account and post pictures of anything you’d really want to own and someone from the community will probably be able to help you. Not only that, but chances are that you will get exactly where you can buy that particular piece, sometimes you’ll be able to know the price right there on the app and if you’re lucky, some good soul will share a link where you can buy the item online. There’s no more need to hunt clothes on foot, when you can do it right there, on your phone. 2. Stylect How would you feel if you stepped into a shoe store that has got over 350,000 pairs of shoes for you to choose from? Probably overwhelmed and ecstatic, like most women would and the good news is that you can have it all at your fingertips with Stylect. Whatever you need when it comes to footwear, chances are you will find when browsing through this app and your choices include high-end brands too. Whatever you can think of that concerns shoes, Stylect will probably have in its offer and you can order that pair of pumps you’ve been checking out for a while in a couple of clicks. 3. Pose There are days when you lack inspiration and you just don’t know how to get out into the world because nothing in your closet seems good enough. Seeing that there are millions of people that feel the same every day, ingenious minds created Pose to help this process along. This app will suggest what you could wear depending on the weather and the reason you’re leaving the house in the first place, be it for work, a night out or a posh dinner. Pose is excellent for some much needed boost whenever you’re not happy with what you have in your closet and it will also suggest accessories like an umbrella or sunglasses if it’s a particularly beautiful day. 4. Mr Porter Clean, easy and stylish – this is how you could describe both Mr Porter app and the men using it. Fashion world is still largely reserved for women, but that doesn’t mean that men shouldn’t be represented in the best possible way, like it’s the case with this app. Mr Porter is very easy to navigate and it’s excellent for every man that wants to dress with style, without spending a lot of time on it. Choices in clothing on this app vary from beachwear and underwear to elegant clothing, practically anything a man could possibly need. In some countries, you might need tools like ExpressVPN to bypass geo-blocking in order to use this app, but once you do install it, you’ll understand why we find it so useful. 5. Poshmark It’s not always easy to find something you would really like to wear and just remember how many times you liked someone else’s jacket or a skirt that you wish you could have bought. Poshmark was made for everyone that has no problem to buy clothes that have already been someone else’s, as long as they’re in good shape. All you need to do is download the app and then browse through online closets of community members that are offering things to sell. When you find something you might like, you can get in touch with the owner and see how you can get the item, and the process is very simple. What’s more, you can also sell all the stuff you don’t really need anymore, but someone else could use them, so it’s a win-win situation. 6. Etsy Last, we will talk about Etsy, though the reach of this app expands well beyond fashion and clothing. Etsy is a go-to place for every person looking for a unique gift, one-in-a-million scarf or a piece of furniture that would look great in a newly redecorated living room. You will find all kinds of fun stuff using this app and only your imagination is the limit here, especially because Etsy gives you the chances to be more quirky in your choice of clothes. Fashion apps aren’t strictly reserved for fashionistas, on the contrary, anyone can benefit from using them. Taking care of what you’re wearing and how much you’re spending on it is just common sense and when you get something awesome without going through too much trouble, then you’ll come to understand just how useful these fashion apps can be. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.