THE STYLEBOOK APP

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I think I may have mentioned to you all a time or two before that I suffer from packing anxiety. What I’m talking about is the angst that comes several days before I know I have to start packing my bags to head out of town. I like to think of myself as generally low-mantainance (most of the time) when it comes to traveling, but the packing part gets me every time. I’m always so unorganized about it. I wait until the very last minute to start (I call this #packingprocrastination) which inevitably leads to major overpacking (was it really necessary for me to check an overweight back for my three-day trip to NYC last week?). What I need is a tool to help me tackle this problem – and I think I’ve got the one.

Enter Stylebook’s iPad app. The app lets me upload pictures of all of my clothing – all it takes it a quick snap! – so that I have a digital inventory of my closet. Once they’re uploaded, I am able to create outfits using all of the different pieces in my closet, and then save them on there. This means I can plan my outfits anytime, anywhere. Seeing as I tend to procrastinate the packing, that part will really help me. That means I can plan out what I’m going to pack even when I’m not at home (waiting for a reservation, while I’m getting my hair cut…). I can save outfit inspiration on there, too. There’s even a calendar feature that will let me plan it out by day if I so choose. That might also come in handy on a Sunday night if you’re organized enough to plan your week’s outfits out ahead of time. I am not that organized. Not yet at least. This app might change that.

stylebook app stylebook app This post was sponsored by Stylebook. To learn more about the app, check out their website

 

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