Tuesday, 20 April 2021

Future in fashion: The Outfit Planning Apps To Try Now

Written by Luke Spacey
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Junko Nakase

So many places to go. So many outfits to decide on.

After a year of being stuck at home, some much needed socialising is now underway in the UK.

If you, like us, have spent the majority of the last year in loungewear and athleisure or dressing well only from the waist up, it’s time to get your style game back.

But what do you do when you’ve been out of outfit planning practice? Luckily, the future of fashion is here. Getting your style game back and panning a week’s worth of beer garden looks is easy with these game-changing outfit planning apps.


Stylebook is a great app for working with the clothes you already have. You can upload your clothes to the app and organise outfits easily from your current clothing inventory.

The app also includes a calendar to document which outfits you’ve worn each month, packing list function for outfit planning for holidays, and regular Q and A´s with style experts.


As close as you’ll get to Cher’s wardrobe from Clueless, Cladwell organises the pieces in your wardrobe into outfits for you. All you must do is upload your clothing, a few details about each item and Cladwell does all the work.

The app will suggest appropriate outfits each day based on the season and weather, so you never have to think about what to wear again.

Stitch Fix

For those of you who are too busy socialising to actually go shopping, Stich Fix is the app for you. Whether you’re looking for unique women’s tops or sustainable basics, Stitch Fix can help you source what you’re looking for.

The app also suggests items and outfits based on your style preferences and profile. Making planning a shopping for new outfits quick and simple.

PS Department

Less an outfit planner and more a wish list app, PS Department turns you into an instant style VIP. The global sourcing app grants you access to pre-sales for some of the biggest brands around.

The app also gives you access to in-house stylists, on-demand delivery and direct messaging with their customer service team.

Closet Space

If you have a lot of events coming up and no time to think about outfits on the day, Closet Space is what you need. You can sync outfits to your Google calendar events, making it simple to remember what you’re wearing for each event.