TOP 10 Fashion Apps and Websites

By Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team
on 1 August 2021

Top 10 fashion Apps and Websites, report by Danielle Johansen – CEO and founder of Threadicated an online and shipped to your door personal styling service.

Having a mobile phone means you have access to the world of fashion in the palm of your hand. We have curated a list of our favourite fashion apps and websites that are sure to make getting dressed a whole lot easier. From vintage clothing to personal styling there is a website or app to suit every style and need. 

Personal Lookbook
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Personal Lookbook

Who doesn’t dream of a clean and organised wardrobe that saves time when it comes to putting together new outfits? Personal Lookbook is an easy-to-use tool to help you manage what you have. You simply upload your photos so that you can mix and match them with. The app is perfect for those who like or need to plan a social/virtual calendar in advance.  

Look book
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Like To Know It

Shop Instagram and influencers with This clever app gives you the insight into products worn on and styled by real people on social media. If you’ve ever seen a look you love on Instagram and wondered where to get it, may have your answer.

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Are you after an amazing outfit without having to think about it? Try Threadicated. They enlist a team of stylists to customise a box of five pieces of clothing and accessories to your personal style. You just tell them your price range, size, and style and they’ll do the rest and ship it to your door. There’s no subscription necessary, but you can schedule to receive parcels at a frequency you choose, so you never need to worry about what to wear again.

After Pay
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We have all been there, see it, need it, want it! However your bank account is saying no. Afterpay, lets you pay for your fashion (or otherwise) purchases in small instalments over the course of six weeks. No more FOMO, you can have what you want right now.

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Do you find yourself wondering what looks will be sashaying down the runways next season? Look no further than WGSN, they are the window into the creative world, the global authority on consumer and design trends. They have an expert product design and consumer forecasting team who provide insight into what we will all be wearing tomorrow. WGSN is a must for anyone wanting to plan for the future of fashion.

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Hermes Silk Knots

We may not all have the budget for an Hermes scarf but thanks to the Hermès Silk Knots app you will be ready when you do. The app teaches you how to tie your scarf or tie in elegant and creative ways. The only thing you need to do is follow the step-by-step tutorials. The best part is you can apply these creative techniques to any brand, not just Hermes products, getting a million dollar look without the price tag.

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This is great if you are after something unique. Etsy has a huge range of hand made, thrifted and vintage items too. With thousands of unique stores on Etsy you are bound to find something you love. The beauty of Etsy is you can also set up your own store and sell your own creations.

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If your heart flutters when it comes to designer and luxury brands look no further than, Net-a-Porter. Click on your favorite designers, shop curated lists like “What’s New” and “End-of-Season Markdowns” and read editorial content from their own blog.

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A one stop shop for mums and bubs who love scandi style. From apparel to specialty home wares, they have a beautifully curated offering of products for the modern mum and bub.

Fashion app
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Sick of stepping out in suede on the day of a downpour? Latitude brings together news, weather and what-to-wear inspiration.In the morning you get weather-relevant style inspiration from the community. You can also share your daily looks, discover new styles, engage with others on the app.



Danielle JohansenFashion advocate Danielle Johansen, founded Threadicated, an online personal styling service that uses the expertise of a personal stylist, combined with technology to create a truly personalised styling experience.

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