Just because retailers have closed stores, it doesn’t mean that you can’t stay current on the latest fashion trends. You can shop, find inspiration, and connect with influencers on fashion apps. Whether you’re trying to shop second hand, build a business, or build up your wardrobe, these apps are a must-have.
If you love ThredUp and Depop, Object Limited will be your next second-hand shopping obsession. It’s highly curated with some amazing vintage pieces to add to your collection.
PS Dept will provide you with a personal fashion consultant and you can search for specific pieces or ensembles for your next event. There are stylists from Chloe, Net-a-Porter, Stella McCartney, and Derek Lam.
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Users help each other “hunt” down clothing, accessories, shoes, etc. from pictures you post of outfits you love by providing direct shopping links as alternatives.
Launched by Karla Welsh, who styles Megan Rapinoe, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Elizabeth Moss, Wishi will match you with a stylist who will recommend items for you after you complete a short survey.
Another second-hand shop, The RealReal gives you luxury items at great discounts and you can also sell your own products.
Stitch Fix selects items for its clients based on when you want them and you can buy what you love and send back what you don’t. They also have Fixes for men and kids, so you’re entire family can get a new wardrobe and they have extended sizing.