Summer is just around the corner! If you’re a tech-savvy man who takes great pride in what you wear, you might want to check out some of these awesome apps that can help you decide what to wear for the upcoming season.
Valet is one of the oldest and most used fashion apps out there for men and for good reason. It literally contains everything that a guy needs to know about wearing the right stuff for a season, from classic suits that are perfect for spring to wool-made hoodies that are great for winter. The valet app contains a lot of tips on how men can properly style themselves so you might want to keep this at all times in your phone. The tips are updated regularly so you’d always have something to look forward to.
In the digital world, there’s no need to visit physical shops to buy clothes. With just a smartphone, people can simply swipe left and right to find the outfit they’re looking for. Shopstyle has hundreds of boutiques that you can browse, so you’ll only need to go when you found something that you want to buy. If you don’t have anything specific in mind, you can always read the articles integrated in the app, and even find the latest trends and bargains near your area.
If you have hundreds of ties, suits, long sleeves, slacks, and shoes, you’ll need Stylebook Men. The app keeps track of your entire wardrobe so you’ll never forget where you’ve placed something. Apart from being such an intelligent outfit tracker, it also has a calendar function that allows users to mix and match outfits appropriate for a season.
Mr. Porter works just like Shopstyle, allowing users to browse some of the latest selections from the Mr. Porter brand. It’s free of charge, which makes it so convenient for users who live far away from a Mr. Porter boutique.
H&M is literally everywhere. Now, one of the most popular brands in the world has an app that allows people to browse their wares. Just like Mr. Porter and Shopstyle, users can buy anything here that’s currently being sold by the brand.
Cool Guy works like Stylebook men with the only difference that Cool Guy makes smart suggestions, mixing and matching a user’s clothes for different occasions. Apart from the automated pairing of outfits, Coolguy provides advice to men on what to wear based on their body type.
Now this is a neat, unique app. Swackett is quite possibly the only fashion app that gives outfit suggestions to men based on the current weather. Should people use a hoodie since it’s windy? Or wear a loose, cotton shirt because it’s too hot? Swackett assures men of all ages that they will never feel their balls freeze, or sweat, ever again with its weather-related outfit suggestions.
ASOS is like Valet and Shopstyle combined. It has two versions: one for shopping, and the other for those who just want to browse the latest trends in fashion. ASOS collects products from over 500 brands, and shows catwalk simulation videos so users will know how clothes actually look like on a person.
Mind the battery though when watching the catwalk simulation videos. The sims are cool to watch but it actually eats up a lot of a smartphone’s juice. Kim Shadbolt, writer for online gaming site Pocket Fruity that hosts classic casino titles, suggests that smartphone users should rely on using WiFi instead of data to save on battery. Also, if you close ASOS, make sure to stop it from running in the background since it eats up a lot of system RAM.
ASOS’ magazine app has high-quality images, and articles from some of the top people in the fashion industry, making it one of the most popular and used apps all over the world.
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