Free Style Apps That Will Sort Out Your Wardrobe

You've already got apps to help you hail a taxi, buy a coffee and read the news. But what about a few to keep you informed about what's going on on in the world of fashion? Try a few of these Esquire favourites

1 | Mr Porter: Best For Investment Buyers

 

Sharp, high-quality product shots makes this app great for browsing the high-end e-tailors’ new stock for inspiration. Make a wish list for future reference, create a shopping basket which can be transferred direct to the site's online check out, and if you're feeling flush slap down your virtual credit card. Plus the lifestyle shots are great for diverting your eyes from the full-scale toddler melt-down on the bus to work.

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Available for Android and iPhone (Free) 

2 | Valet: Best For Fashion News 

 

This e-zine's app has a load of useful features for keeping up with trends and style news. 'The Morning Report' is a daily list of what different fashion and culture sites are talking about each day, plus there's a 'handbook' section with advice on folding pocket squares, removing stains and fixing your trousers. 'The Edit' is a concise look at what's new in watches and clothes – plus, for the grooming conscious among you, there's reviews of new fragrances and shaving kit. Standout for a condensed sartorial fix.

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Available on Android and iTunes  (Free) 


3 | Gilt: Best For End Of The Month Cheap Buys 

The man's style section of this app is dedicated to letting you shop big name brands (Valentino, Thomas Pink, Calvin Klein) at discounted rates. Scroll through for different designers, plus dedicated watch and accessory features. Also useful are their seasonal buying guides, which go through the various Spring trends with suggested items. 

Available on Android and iTunes  (Free) 


4 | Cool Guy: Best If You Can't Keep Up With Everything In Your Wardrobe 

We do not know what the hell this app's makers were thinking with the name, either. And the layout is a bit 1999 computer game, to say the least. But it's redeemed by its function of letting you take photos of everything in your wardrobe to corrugate virtual outfits from your phone screen. If you're not the most visually minded guy, this is going to make your life a heck of a lot easier. Just maybe hide it on your fourth screen along so no one ever sees it. 

Available on Android and iTunes (Free) 

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