Let's face it guys. We spend a lot of time on our phones and tablets. You want to look good, so why not combine the two activities by using mobile apps. Fashion apps abound. The main problem is that most of them are directed towards women. Are there any decent fashion apps for men? Here are a few that can provide you with the convenience of mobility and still keep you looking your best.
Whether or not you subscribe to GQ (you do, right?) you should download their style app. It's all the great style advice of GQ in the palm of your hand. Are you having trouble picking out an outfit for a special occasion? Let the GQ style app teach you what each occasion calls for.
Store apps can also be a big help. They may not have fashion advice, but they will often let you know about coupons or sales that will help you to look your best for less. Also, these apps frequently showcase new products. That will help you to know what is currently in style. Companies like Macys, Nordstrom, Dooney & Bourke, and Urban Outfitters are just some of the diverse clothing stores and brands that have their own apps to keep you up to date.
Style.com also has an app that can help keep you on the cutting edge of men's fashion. You can use this app to develop your own unique style. It's like having a palm full of tiny mannequins for you to dress up. Of course, clothing will always look different on a human, but this will give you an idea of what to try on when you go into an actual store. It will save you a good amount of shopping time.
Foursquare is another good app that can help you to connect with other men. See where they are shopping and finding great deals on clothing. Check the app every time you walk into a store to shop. If there is a coupon or sale, it should pop up automatically. Don't forget to be a bro, and leave a few comments of your own to help out other guys who are trying to improve their style. This is a great social networking site for shopping.
Fashion doesn't have to be a chore for men. Mobile apps can help you to look great without all the fuss of a pile of fashion magazines, or watching fashion shows on TV. Use fashion apps to improve your style quotient.