January 12, 2015
Technology can help you clean out your closet by making the process more effective, so that you can keep your wardrobe organized. This can help you save time and money. There are a few apps in the market that work as a digital wardrobe stylist, by identifying trends and developing looks based on what you have in your closet.
If it’s time to freshen up your look without spending money, or you just need to get rid of some old clothes, check out these apps on how easy it can be to organize your closet:
Closet+ is digital style assistant. You can import your clothing and organize it into categories/subcategories, outfits, and favorites. Track when items and outfits were last worn, their price, and their cost-per-wear. You can even tag based on color. Want to plan ahead for the week’s look? The app allows you to add items and outfits to the built-in calendar. Create packing lists before upcoming trips so you don’t find yourself scrambling at the last minute.
Cloth is an app for iPhone that makes it easy to save, categorize, and share your outfits with friends. Much like the app above. What makes this app that much more special is that it uses real-time weather data to help you pick your best outfits for current conditions. So you know what to wear without having to look outside.
Stylebook puts together both the idea of organizing what you have in your closet online and curating it so when new pieces come in, it’s easy for you to come up with a style. But what’s makes this app so useful (and dangerous) is that you can find something online that you love, and add it to an existing look you own, to see if it works for you.
So you have categorized and organized your closet digitally. What do you with the extra clothes? You can make some money by selling it. Bib + Tuck is a curated community of personal closets. Just because you won’t wear it, doesn’t mean you won’t make money from it. If you’re going to sell, make sure you pick your best because this site is curated by real fashionistas.
With Twice app, you can also easily buy and sell your clothes, shoes and handbags. They are not as picky as Bib + Tuck, but they work with well-known brands.
You can pretty much sell any upscale clothing you no longer wear for upfront gift cards. What makes Material Wrld convenient is that they come and pick you your clothes for you and offer you various prices for your things. And if you choose, you can donate the pieces for a charity that helps disadvantaged women dress for interviews and work.
If you don’t want to sell your clothes but just create some space, you can ship it to a safe storage. You can do this from the comfort of your home. Makespace is basically stores your clothes for you, and the only thing you have to do is pack your things. The pick it up, store it and redelivers it to you upon request. For example, if you don’t have enough space for your winter gear, keep it in their storage until November.
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