App of the week: Stylebook

By Melissa Webb
February 17, 2011

Are you so into what you are wearing that you need help keeping track of the clothing pieces in your closet? Stylebook, a closet manager and fashion assistant application, does just that and more!

The application is easy to use and can make life easier. Instead of sitting in front of your closet trying to figure out an outfit to wear, you can figure it out on the go.

This application can be downloaded on an iPhone or an iPod touch by simply going to the app store or going to

After downloading the application the first thing to do is upload some photos of your clothing by using the camera on your device. You can even import pictures from iPhoto or copy and paste photos from the web.

The only thing that you should watch out for is the background in your pictures. Some of your photos may need to be edited before entering the closet on the application. A clear background is better for layering to be precise when in the outfit editor.

The outfit editor is where the magic begins! You can add as many pieces as you want and play around with mix and matching. Just scroll through your uploaded items with the left and right arrows.

Categories in the application helps keep organization and can be edited, deleted or new ideas can be added on very easily at any time.

One of the items in each of your categories is chosen by the application, which matches your sense of style.

Outfits can be saved to the calendar by tapping on the specific day and adding the outfit you have created. You can plan your outfits for the week ahead of time and add notes so that you know certain information such as, what other items match your black shirt or blue jeans etc.

The history of the last time you have worn an outfit is automatically saved.

Your creations can be shared with friends and family by sending a separate or a complete clothing idea through email.

The Stylebook application has been covered and recognized by publications such as Mashable, The New York Times, Lucky Magazine and most recently in the Harper’s Bazaar UK January, 2011 issue.

You can become a fan on Stylebooks Facebook page as well as  follow them on Twitter.

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