An updated article on the best apps for wardrobe organisation available right now. Do you have a favorite or use one of these apps and want to let me know the pros and cons? Add it to the comments section!

If you like to get a quick overview of your wardrobe or just want to document your outfits, you could benefit from using a wardrobe manager app.

I had a look at some of the wardrobe management apps, how they work and how they can help you.

Closet Space

closetspaceapp

Closet space lets you organize your apparel, create outfits for any occasion, and receive daily fashion tips & inspiration tailored just for you. Free for web, iOS, and Android.

Features include:

  • Digital Closet: add purchases in seconds and take your closet to go.
  • Outfit Planner: a fun and useful time-saver. Create and tag outfit ideas for later.
  • Wishlist: save items you want from product catalogs and community closets.
  • Packing & Donation Lists: create collections of items and outfits – for trips, storage, or any reason at all.
  • Style Stats: live analysis of your closet – cost-per-wear, top colors, least worn, and more.
  • Sync To Google Calendar.

Stylicious

stylicious

This app lets you Organize your closet and plan your outfits. You can also get inspired by Stylicious stylists with daily updates, and rediscover the fun of shopping.

Features include:

  • Camera – to Add a new item
  • My Closet (Closet Organizer)- to View and Edit the items in your closet.
  • Lookbook (Outfits Planner) – Create and View Looks with items in your closet or the items you wish to have.
  • Calendar – to View and Manage the looks in your Fashion Calendar
  • Shopping – Shop online the latest fashion from your favorite brands by kind, price, keywords.
  • Wish – All your favorited items from the store you wish to have
  • Sale Bookmarks – Bookmark your favorite items and see whats on sale
  • Style Inspiration – to Get inspired with stylist looks and tips
  • Travel – Plan what to wear on your next trip

My Wardrobe app – catalog your clothes!

My wardrobe manager app

The my wardrobe app lets you carry you wardrobe with you. Manage all your outfits and keep a diary of you how styled them. Note how many compliments you got with this outfit and how you felt wearing it!

Features:

  • Mobile wardrobe
  • Personal outfit-manager
  • Styling diary

Stylebook

stylebook

Stylebook is a wardrobe manager with many featured. Designed to help you carefully curate your wardrobe so you can look effortlessly chic everyday and get the most out of your existing wardrobe.

Features:

  • Looks
  • Closet
  • Packing lists
  • Inspiration library
  • Size tracker
  • Shoping

Go Chic or Go Home

go chic or go home

At Go Chic or Go Home you can shop your closet together with your friends. You can share pictures of your outfits and add your whole wardrobe online. You can create ensembles but also put outfit pictures online that your followers can comment on.

HomyFads Wardrobe Manager

homyfads wardrobe manager

HomyFads is for Windows users and it’s a desktop app that is free to download. Features include:

  • Creation of unlimited number of virtual wardrobes
  • Grouping of wardrobe items into different collections
  • Drag and drop photos to create items in a collection
  • Tag your wardrobe items
  • Find items as you type into the search box

Will you use a closet organiser?

I have not actively started using one of these wardrobe organisers, apps and online managers, as I feel I have a pretty good overview of my closet. However, I do really like the idea of a calendar, so you know what you wore, when. It can also be very useful to know exactly what’s in your closet, so you don’t buy another t-shirt in the exact same colour as you already have.

Also some of these app let you easily create capsule wardrobes.

What do you think? Dp you use an online wardrobe organiser to keep track of clothes or when you wore them? Which are your favorites?

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