Three best fashion apps

As I mentioned here, mobile really is everything in today’s digital age. Whether you are an iPhone fan person or an Android devotee; chances are you want to get your fix of daily news, reading and shopping with just minimum taps on your phone. While it is difficult to get full fledged sartorial experience on your phone; there is no denial that you can get a quick fashion fix.

As a fashion enthusiast and street style blogger, here are my top favourite tried and tested apps. Yes, new fashion apps keep coming every other day but these top three have withstood the test of time. Moreover, they seem to increasing their user-friendly factor. I have chosen apps that are available for free and can be used on both Android and Mac systems.


Image via: Wikimedia Commons/

Image via: Wikimedia Commons/

I am a self-confessed ASOS fan. In fact, hubby always quips that if ASOS were a guy I would be having a steamy affair with it. This comprehensive app is like Aladdin’s Cave which will leave you spoilt for choice. ASOS should be your go-to app, if you are looking for fast, affordable and totally on trend shopping adventures. My favourite bit is the daily edit feature which showcases carefully picked highlights from their website.


Image via: Polyvore

Image via: Polyvore

Another highly addictive app; I regularly use Polyvore to create style mood boards. It enables you to pull out different items from various retailers and create a set/ style board. It is like a calling card for your inner stylist. This app takes me back to my school days when I would endlessly doodle and draw on my notebook creating zillion things. It is exactly that but instead of stick figures, I can create various looks. It is also one stop for getting style and interior inspirations. I also love how it blends the editorial sensibility of a fashion magazine with the easiness of social network.


Image via: Google

Image via: Google

There is no denial that I love street style (duh, hence the blog). In fact, I find it more inspirational than runway shows. Users can upload their images and tag their outfits. The unique style-finder feature allows you to follow those whose style you admire. I personally like to use it to see how other fashion enthusiasts are styling things I have. It is like style school with inspiration from style mavens around the globe.

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  1. February 18, 2015 / 9:44 pm

    Great post Dan I have tried the Asos and Polyvore but never Pose. Sounds like a great way to see what street style items other people are donning. This is very insightful! 🙂 xo~ Lena

    • February 23, 2015 / 6:05 pm

      Thanks Lena. I also tried it recently.

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