5 Fashion Apps You Should Download Now

Sure we all have Snapchat, Facebook and Twitter downloaded to our phone but none of these really fix our need for fashion aid. From finding out where those shoes are from to planning Saturday’s brunch outfit, with these five fashion apps, your smartphone just got a whole lot smarter.

1. MALLZEE

Like Tinder for clothes. Simply type in a brand or the piece of clothing you want, then, swipe right if you love, and swipe left if you loathe. Everything you swipe right to is stored in a saved folder so you can easily find it later. But, if there’s something that catches your eye – then you can easily see the garment details and even purchase directly through the app.

2. THE NET SET

It’s like Shazam but for the girl’s outfit you absolutely love, but don’t have the courage to tap her on the shoulder to ask where it’s from. Snap a sneaky photo of the item and upload it to find your match. This app was formerly invite-only but now allows us all to find the latest looks and trends we’re after.

3. STYLEBOOK

Finally, someone has provided us with a wardrobe equivalent to Clueless’s Cher Horowitz. This is your go-to app for all your outfit planning. Simply upload individual pictures of your wardrobe and then style and organize them. You can plan and create outfits using your own images which will have you feeling organized and stylish all in one.

4. LIKE TO KNOW IT

This app is revolutionizing our wardrobes by making it possible to track down your favourite outfits spotted on Instagram. Sign in with your details on both the Like to Know It app and Instagram and the rest is a seamless shopping experience. Instagram just became a serious threat to our bank balance.

5. SHOP IT TO ME

Don’t like paying full price? No problem. This app is like a secret minion hidden in the back of our favourite stores, letting you know when that Alexander Wang bag is on sale. The best part is by imputing your size and preferences; you’ll only ever be notified when your size or colour goes on sale. This way, you’ll never pay full price again. 

Alarice Stuart