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The 10 Best Fashion Apps

Want an easy way to organize your closet or find out what styles are trending? We found the solution!

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Polyvore

Fashionistas and interior designers provide all the goods with Polyvore. On Polyvore, women can find inspiring outfits created by others who share a passion for styling and follow their favorite muses.

A lightning bolt directs you to trending looks (the Femme Fatale trend is one of our favorites!) in the fashion, accessory, and beauty industries. You can like, comment, or share anything on Polyvore instantly through this feature. Trending posts vary from how to wear your favorite maxi skirt to top global fashion steals.

Creating style boards and sharing them with friends is awesome as well…since it isn’t limited to just famous people in the industries. With Polyvore, you can create your own fashion collage by selecting clothes, shoes, jewelry, and accessories from the style database on the app. Your new outfits can come to life also because you can purchase anything featured on Polyvore. (Those Gucci aviators and Free People pants? You can add that to your wardrobe instantly.)

Plus, Polyvore features items from both major designers to local boutiques. If you want to amp up your style and have access to the latest looks too, Polyvore is your go-to app.

The 10 Best Fashion Apps

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Genevieve Scarano loves to write about culture. In college, she discovered her passion for journalism while writing music articles. Although New York is her first home, she is currently completing her journalism master's at Boston University College of Communication. Her name in French means “women of the people” and when she isn’t writing, you can find her at concerts, running, spending time with her favorite people and exploring cities.

Reader Discussion: 68 Comments

  1. Joyce McAllister

    I’m not a fashionable person and it’s always been difficult for me to pair clothing items. I sometimes end up with the same ensembles every week and I just juggle them so I don’t always wear the same darn thing every Tuesdays. I even buy black dresses with simple cuts just so it doesn’t look too obvious that I repeat clothes. I seriously have no sense of style but I try my best to look decent and professional at work. I just envy people who can easily figure out what to wear every day.?

  2. Francis Vest

    Thanks for always sharing things that makes it all easy for us readers to go through our daily lives. I need help in fashion!

  3. Laura Harris

    Polyvore is LOVE + Stylebook. It was my first time using those apps when I came across it randomly and up until now I still think it’s the most useful.

  4. Debra Perry

    Love these apps!! Is it bad that I use about 5 of them?? It all works well for me depending on what I need so I just keep them saved on my phone!

  5. Kathryn Barnes

    Stylebook is my fave here. It’s very easy to use and I really know which ones to donate and get rid of. Very easy to navigate too even for those who aren’t tech savvy. Every feature on the app is also one tap away from that you need, so it won’t eat up your sanity and you can focus on what you really need to do within the fashion app. My 2nd fave would be style.com if I want to copy something that’s designer inspired. I love sites/apps like this because the moment I see a good inspo, I already know what to grab in my closet.

  6. Annie Wright

    I don’t quite get Kloset Karma.

  7. Frances Williams

    I usually just Google outfits but these apps will definitely make things easier.?

  8. Virginia Davis

    Polyvore is a nice site. Most of the pairings I see there are neutrals and it doesn’t always have to be the same exact pair of blouse. As soon as you see the colors, fabric cuts and textures, you will be able to realize which ones in your closet would match and which ones won’t. Although what I hate with polyvore is that I don’t always have the exact article of clothing and it would take years for me to find pairings that all exist in my closet. Sometimes I end up buying more clothes as I see that I don’t have much options to play around with.

  9. Alice Torres

    I love the idea of Kloset Karma. I just don’t get it, no actual currencies but only points? Sounds good but it just means I have to sell more if I want more points in order to buy more.

  10. Denise Murphy

    Stylebook was the most helpful especially during mornings that I’m rushing!

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