Saturday, 28 February 2015
CHER HOROWITZ'S WARDROBE ORGANISER IS REAL (KIND OF)
OK so I don't ever like writing that something changed my life, especially not an app, but as I started unpacking my clothes into our new place and realised I didn't have room for all of them in my wardrobe, and didn't want to just shove them in the attic and forget about them....Well that's when the Stylebook Closet App stepped in and totally changed my life guys!
It's also as close as you can get to Cher Horowitz's wardrobe computer program without travelling back in time to a fictional universe created by Amy Heckerling.
There are a couple of apps that do similar things (My Dressing and Metail for example) but I found Stylebook the easiest to use. It works like this - you take a photo of the item of your clothing you want logged, or grab one from the internet (I just did all the summer stuff I don't need out at the moment, but you could do EVERYTHING), you put the image in the right folder, and then you can make notes on where it is. For example, my yellow tartan Cher Horowitz skirt is currently in Summer Box No. 1 in my attic. Oh god I get such a shiver of organising joy to know that. You can also plan outfits using the app, Cher style, or decide what dress you're going to give to charity because you haven't worn it in two years. It's also a great way to keep track of potential duplicates. I have so many white vests because I forget I have all those white vests, so when I walk past the white vest shop I always think, "Hmm, I should get a white vest, I don't have a white vest". #whitevest
Anyway, it's a life changer.