The Essential Sites:
THE VIRTUAL CLOSETS
Stylitics.com: Track how often you wear what’s in your closet, the cost-per-wear of items, and the weather the day you wore them.
Clothia.com: Upload and share outfits; virtually try on potential purchases with a Webcam.
Stylebookapp.com: Catalogue your closet, layer outfits, and post images to Facebook.
Clothapp.com: Organize and share — what else? — your wardrobe.
TouchCloset: Lets you flip through your clothes like album covers on an iPod.
TheFancy.com: Surf, catalogue and buy from glossy images of fashions, gadgets, trips.
Polyvore.com: Design collages of clothes and accessories.
Pinterest.com: “Pin” images from the Web on digital bulletin boards.
Fashism.com: Upload a photo of your outfit, ask a question (“Can I meet his parents in this?”), receive advice you may or may not want to hear.
GoTryItOn.com: Are those leather leggings flattering? Get an opinion, fast.
THE SOCIAL SHOPPERS
Svpply.com: Arty, unique finds culled by a shop-happy community.
Wanelo.com: Share and buy items from around the Web in this “social store.”
Fab.com: Flash-sale shopping that feels more like perusing an indie magazine.
Lyst.com: Follow and shop your favorite designers, boutiques, stylists.
Pose.com: Show off outfits.
Snapette.com: Share photos of shoes, bags.
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Published: February 29, 2012
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