Forget Instagram, the style set has a new app addiction: I Style Myself.
The app was developed by stylist Hannah Teare, a favourite of street style snappers, who knows a thing or two about how to put an outfit together. Realising that most women only wear a very small percentage of what's actually in their wardrobes, she set about devising an app that would help them construct outfits for all kinds of occasions, using what's in their wardrobes as well as making suggestions from brands like Chloé, Missoni, Saint Laurent and more.
You can upload images of your own clothes and shoes, tell the app when you'd wear them (summer holiday/work/black tie etc), or email your online shopping purchases, and it will put together outfits that you can swipe right to like, or left if you're less impressed – just like Tinder. It uses genius algorithms to learn your preferences and show you more things that you'll love.
The outfits you like are saved so you can refer back to them for inspiration (handy on those late-making 'I have NOTHING to wear' mornings), and you can shop the app's suggestions straight from your phone.
You can download it from the app store now (and we guarantee you'll be right-swiping far more often than you do on Tinder).
Words: Julia Neel