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.
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.
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.
“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.
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.”
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]