Fashion & Beauty

Fashion Friday: Must-Have Fashion Apps

Usually on Fashion Fridays we’re sharing our thoughts on how to adorn and beautify the body. This week, we’re sharing with you 5 Must-Haves Fashion Apps that will make your smart phone appear more stylish and that will enhance your virtual closet. From apps that show you what’s trending daily to those that help you transform a runway ensemble into your own to apps that help you to be a smarter and savvier shopper to those that will get your closet organized (fingers crossed) and to those that will keep you updated on the latest fashion language, we’ve got you covered.

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Polyvore Remix


If you’re already a fan of the website Polyvore (which we are), then you’ll love its just-released app. Polyvore Remix allows you to discover what’s trending daily and get inspiration for how to style any item, powered by its global style community. The developers billed the app as “having an on-call personal stylist giving you tips on how to put together amazing looks.” There are moments when we could all use a personal stylist.




Spring was voted one of the best apps of 2014, and for good reason. It changed the way apps could be used for shopping by partnering with more than 80 brands, offering beautifully curated lists by style influencers, and designing the interface in an Instagram style.




We admit, we’ve been perplexed by much new and old fashion lingo we’ve come across. So we’re happy to have FAD come to the rescue, and it has, as an incredible learning tool. FAD is the first comprehensive Fashion Dictionary App available. More than 1,400 entries give you explanations of anything fashion related, from Labels and Retail Stores to Fabrics and Sewing. A special Jargon chapter gets you hooked up with today’s most common fashion lingo.



iPhone6_HomeScreenStylebook is designed to help you carefully curate your wardrobe so you can look effortless. It allows you to get the most out of what you already have in your closet and to choose new pieces that will integrate well into your wardrobe as a whole. What we love best about this app is its 90-plus features, including: Mixing and matching what you own, comparing new purchases to what you have in your closet, planning the outfits you’ll wear on vacation, and saving all your favorite style inspirations in one place.




And when you’re done using Stylebook to get organized, you can launch Tradesy to turn your closet into an income-earning source. If your closet, like most of ours, is full of things you never use or wear—a once-worn wedding dress, shoes that pinch your feet, pants that no longer fit—Tradesy allows you to safely sell these things to other like-minded women.  The app and the website are changing the way people buy and sell fashion from their own closets. After your sales, put those dollars into your Fashion Wish List for future purchases.

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