The fashion world is ever evolving and thus ever changing. With consistent change in the trends depicted through color, cut, silhouette, and style, it is utterly difficult to keep a tab on what is hot and what is not. A wardrobe filled with summer collection gives away to the fall collection. Shades change from pastels to warms and textures change from airy linen to furs and feathers. Not just new trends, we also witness several popular old trends making a comeback. For example one can see the romantic ruffles making a comeback along with ankle boots, fringe embellished pumps, and boldly designed jewelries that were a rage some decades ago. And to keep a tab on these shuffling fashion trends from one season to another, you might find these fashion apps handy â€“
Snapette combines fashion with the fun of social networking to enable you to share and explore the best of fashion from across the world. Especially if you foster a fetish for shoes and bags, consider scrolling through the Snapette app instead of running around from store to store. Besides, all the latest trends and patterns that are ruling the shelves in 5th Avenue, Madison Square of New York and other fashion hubs of the world like Milan, Paris, Tokyo, London are now on display, courtesy usersâ€™ posts on the app! You can view and share photos of apparels and accessories, add details on brand, price, location, and also provide directions to get there. The app will enable you to connect with likeminded fashion mavens from Facebook, Twitter, and Tumblr.
Often, we discover an old outfit lying in the closet for long that we may have totally forgotten. The momentary elation that we feel after digging out a party dress from the dump in the closet is undoubtedly overwhelming. But, wouldnâ€™t it better if we could organize our closet in the form of a catalogue to keep a track of our outfits? If you are planning to create a catalogue yourself, the Stylebook iPhone app will come handy. The app lets you create a catalogue, plan your attire in advance on the calendar, provides you the count of times you have worn an outfit, and helps you save time you would spend in hunting for the pair of long-lost jeans you bought last winter. There are simple steps involved in creating catalogue and planning for outfits such as adding images, editing and re-editing images, resizing clothing, categorizing clothing as per looks, type of clothing, etc. You can also re-order the thumbnails of outfits, add tags to pictures and notes when required, and also share with your friends via Facebook or e-mail.
Along with these two fashion iPhone apps, you can also use Google Catalogs iPhone app. The app lets you find your outfit as well as other fashion items like accessories and jewelries, home goods plus you can check out videos on how-toâ€™s related to beauty and makeup, runaway walks and also the latest catalogues of the season. With these apps on your iPhone, you will keep the entire fashion world as well as your own fashionable stocks within your easy access, anytime.