These apps are a bargain for mobile shopaholics

Aug 31, 2009
Shopping

I was pretty skeptical of shopping apps in general. We’re not talking about a particularly difficult task here, so what really could a shopping app have to offer? As it turns out, quite a lot. Style what you own The two full-service shopping apps to consider are Fashion Sense ($1.99) is pretty disappointing. It has […]

I was pretty skeptical of shopping apps in general. We’re not talking about a particularly difficult task here, so what really could a shopping app have to offer? As it turns out, quite a lot.

Style what you own

The two full-service shopping apps to consider are Fashion Sense ($1.99) is pretty disappointing. It has a one-page size chart (which, sure, can be handy) but it’s literally just a stagnant chart. It offers a list of four body shapes, and then offers pretty broad fashion tips for that shape, and that’s the whole show.   

All in all, apps such as Stylish Girl will help you utilize what you already have and lead you to new great finds, and others, well, they’ll just add to the clutter.

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Tiesha Miller


Tiesha Miller is a Chicago-based writer/editor who's earned her stripes working on daily newspapers, city magazines and keeping the faith as a Kansas City Royals fan.

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