Apps To Organize Your Wardrobe

By Ben Hamill - August 30 2018
Organize your wardrobe with an app

You leap out of bed in the morning, bright eyed and bushy tailed. You sing gleefully in the shower, ready to tackle a new day. Then, the unthinkable happens. You open your wardrobe and are struck by a horrific epiphany. You have absolutely no idea what you’re going to wear! This, inevitably, leads to annoyance, frustration and even a few tears. It’s every fashionistas nightmare.

If only, you think to yourself, wiping the tears from your eyes, there was an easy way to keep your keep your wardrobe in some sort of order.

Well, dry your eyes.

It turns out that there is not just one application designed with the specific purpose you’re dreaming of, but a few! Sit back, relax, and discover how you can go from a wardrobe disaster to an organized fashion queen.


Closet+ slates itself as being for amateur organizers, but we’re not for a second suggesting you’re amateur if you use it. On the contrary, we’d be very impressed. The most outstanding feature of this app is that it allows the user to plan their outfits well in advance, via a built in calendar. This means that you never need to find yourself in the above-mentioned situation again.

Of course, you will have to put in some elbow grease initially, and add photos of your clothing piece by piece, but the end results will be worth it.

Closet+ App


This one will require a little cash up front, but only a few dollars. Don’t worry, you won’t be spending all your jackpot winnings on getting organized, you’ll still have plenty left for some new clothes too!

In exchange for a few dollars you’ll get an app not dissimilar from Closet+, but with a few added bells and whistles. Stylebook will let you know which articles of clothing you’re neglecting, so you can add them to more outfits and take full advantage of what’s been lurking unworn in your wardrobe.

Stylebook App


Stylicious comes with a quirky name, so it’s already head and shoulders ahead of the competition. It also allows an integrated shopping experience, which is pretty handy. You can match items at online stores with clothing you already own, allowing the creation of incredible fashion masterpieces on the fly. A warning in advance; we’re not responsible for any shopping sprees this app may or may not result in!

Stylicious App


Last on the list is GlamOutfit. It doesn’t nail it in the name department as much as Stylicious, but it certainly offers some interesting and intuitive features. The focus of the app is on allowing you to upload outfits, and get opinions from other users. This, of course, goes a long way to developing your sense of fashion, and offers plenty of opportunity for others to get jealous about your wardrobe. It’s an all round winning situation.

GlamOutfit App


This isn’t your typical catalog app as it’s got more of crowd sourcing feel, but it deserves a mention, as it is so handy. You’ll take photos of yourself in your favorite outfits and then share your look with other users. You can tag these pictures so you can save them for future reference, and you’ll earn points for engaging with the Cloth community, and could even be featured on their style blog.

Cloth App

Get Organizing

Now that you’ve got all the tools required to turn your wardrobe into an organized work of art, pick yourself up off the floor, dry those tears, and get organizing! These are just some of the many apps on offer, and you can pick between free and paid for options, depending on what is going to work best for you.