How to pick the right outfit is often a dilemma that ladies face. There are many fashion apps now that help you choose an outfit, and today we’d like to talk about the best fashion apps according to our experts. Here’s a closer look:
- Chicisimo – Outfit Planner.
Chicisimo is a virtual outfit planner (IOS app – Android app) that helps you decide what to wear. It is an interactive fashion platform for women. For those moments when your closet despairs you. This is a user-friendly app that is designed for women. It gives outfit suggestions based on numbers of criteria for wider choice. Weather, occasion, number of times used, and calendar of outfit are some of many.
All you need to do is to document every fashion you own onto the app. This might seem a bit tedious in the beginning. Remember though that this is a necessary first step. After all Chicisimo can help only when it has all information about you. Being virtual in nature means it is available for you 24×7. Just go out and set filters based on what you require ladies! Say you need to get dressed for a trendy pool party. Let Chicisimo suggest a combination for you keeping this in mind. It often happens that one tends to forget or overlook certain possessions. An app-based fashion guide like Chicisimo overrules this totally. Suddenly you find innovative suggestions popping up on screen.
The largest opportunity is fashion technology today is to focus on helping people feel better with their clothes. To do so, we need to understand fashion taste. Once we achieve that, we will be able to build personalized experiences on top of people’s unique taste.
But understanding fashion taste and clothing behaviour at scale is a difficult challenge. That’s our focus here at Chicisimo. We are building the infrastructure to automate outfit advice. This infrastructure includes four assets:
1.- A fashion app that has virtual closet. The app helps women as an outfit planning app and Apple features regularly features as App of the Day world-wide. The app helps us learn outfit and clothes behaviour;
2.- A taste graph that is in charge of structuring fashion data, and assigning the right descriptors to outfits and to people. In fashion technology, obtaining clean data is not easy because of the lack of a fashion taxonomy. We’ve built a fashion ontology, and we’ve embedded it into the taste graph that helps us solve this problem. The Social Fashion Graph, that’s how we call our taste graph;
3.- A data portal. This portal provides transparency to the team, and ease of access to data;
4.- Fashion technology patents. These patents protect innovations in three fields: image-based shopping, outfit and closet data, and outfits search.
Are you interested in fashion technology? Please read more about the infrastructure we are building to automate outfit advice.