5 Free Apps For Finding This Season's Look

If you believe in dressing the part, this edition of Free App Friday is for you.

Cloth (iOS)

Seeing one-size models in $150 T-shirts can only inspire so much. Cloth is more than a lookbook--it helps organize your own outfits and post for other users to peruse. The app pulls data from wunderground.com to recommend ensembles based on local weather: a feature much-needed in temperamental spring.

Asap54 (iOS)

You’ve been searching for the perfect interview outfit, and finally spot it on street--on someone else. Asap54 takes a photo of an item, and searches its database of more than 150 retailers to find a match. From there, sort by price, color, brand, and more to suit your own style.

Dapper (iOS)

“No high-end monthly memberships, no ‘stepping into the fall collection,’” the app for male fashion says: Just style suggestions for when you’re stuck in a rut, or have a special occasion and that old suit is a size too small. Purchase without even leaving the app.

JackThreads (Android and iOS)

From Thrillist, the burger-and-pint style entertainment site, JackThreads offers styles at up to 80% discounted prices. Every day at noon, they release new sales to snag, including streetwear, tailored pieces, “fresh kicks,” and “man-cave essentials.”

Tophatter (Android and iOS)

Once you’ve found your spring style, hunt it down in the Tophatter marketplace. Live auctions and chatting with fellow bidders makes this app a little more social--and maybe more addictive?--than eBay and similar bidding sites.

5 Free Apps For Finding A Work Appropriate Spring Wardrobe

Dress for both the job you want and the job you have with these apps for refreshing your spring wardrobe.

If you believe in dressing the part, this edition of Free App Friday is for you.

As always, while they're free now, we can't guarantee how long they'll last—so don't wait too long.

Cloth (iOS)

Seeing one-size models in $150 T-shirts can only inspire so much. Cloth is more than a lookbook—it helps organize your own outfits and post for other users to peruse. The app pulls data from wunderground.com to recommend ensembles based on local weather: a feature much-needed in temperamental spring.

Asap54 (iOS)

You’ve been searching for the perfect interview outfit, and finally spot it on street—on someone else. Asap54 takes a photo of an item, and searches its database of more than 150 retailers to find a match. From there, sort by price, color, brand, and more to suit your own style.

Dapper (iOS)

"No high-end monthly memberships," the app for male fashion says: Just style suggestions for when you’re stuck in a rut, or have a special occasion and that old suit is a size too small. Purchase without even leaving the app.

JackThreads (Android and iOS)

From Thrillist, the burger-and-pint style entertainment site, JackThreads offers styles at up to 80% discounted prices. Every day at noon, they release new sales to snag, including streetwear, tailored pieces, "fresh kicks," and "man-cave essentials."

Tophatter (Android and iOS)

Once you’ve found your spring style, hunt it down in the Tophatter marketplace. Live auctions and chatting with fellow bidders makes this app a little more social—and maybe more addictive?—than eBay and similar bidding sites.

[Image: Flickr user Maegan Tintari]

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