when putting together my own outfit posts,” says Kara, “these outfit-oriented apps help you stay organized.” How? By ensuring that you are making the most out of your wardrobe while also allowing you to communicate with other fashionistas before making an outfit post public! Have you ever thought it would be nice to have a second opinion when shopping by yourself? Especially before you bought that lace and animal-print mess of a jumpsuit? Go Try It On is your second-opinion fashion app that you can turn to when your BFF gets held up in the shoe department and you need advice now! Further explanation needed? Simply snap a shot of you wearing any item you wish you buy, upload it to the Go Try It On app and let strangers or friends decide the fate of that maxi skirt versus LBD for the upcoming blogger event. Not only can you get the scoop on what others think of your threads before you make the outfit public, you can also do your fair share of critiquing their fashion choices whenever the mood strikes. There is often the misconception that bloggers need to have an endless bank account, allowing them to always shop the latest designer must-haves to stay on top of trends. That couldn’t be farther from the truth! Think of Stylebook as your really hip fashion accountant and also the closest thing to a computerized outfit coordinator. Remember those endless color-coded conveyer-belt racks that belonged to Cher from Clueless? Now you can stop envying and start cataloging! The Stylebook app will catalogue every single item of clothing in your closet and pair clothing with shoes, purses and accessories to take the confusion out of your morning-dress routine -- plus leaving you with a ton more outfit options! Combine items you never thought would work and create a dozen fabulous, brand new looks in your fashion arsenal. To get going with Stylebook, all you need to do is load images of your clothing and accessory items onto your smartphone. Discover that forgotten item tucked away in the back of your closet that just may be the key piece to a new look or the next trend! There you have it, the low down on the top blogging apps you’ll want to check out. From social-media overhaul to outfit-posting organization, you’ll begin to look at your smartphone in a whole new way. Next time you have an upcoming blogger event, try out these little lifesavers that’ll surely get your posts out in a timely matter and give us your feedback! Not sure where to start? Send us a short video of your experience (using Videofy.Me or Viddy) and link it up to our Facebook page (facebook.com/ papercutmag). Happy updating!
November 2012 "Tomorrowland" Issue