Top Five Apps for Organizing Your Closet

BreakingModern — If you’ve ever found yourself standing in your closet, at a complete loss as to what to wear, you aren’t alone. No matter what size your closet is, there never seems to be enough room for the clothes you need for work and play.

Organizing your closet can be a great way to take stock of what you have and find new ways to wear those items together. You can buy shelving and hardware to create additional storage in your space, but if you lack the natural skills necessary to implement those systems, you’ll be out of luck.

Fortunately, technology has made it easier to organize your fashion without the help of a professional organizer. You can take inspiration from some of the closet organization ideas on Pinterest, or you can try out some of these great apps — they’ll help you better manage your closet from your smartphone or tablet.

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Billing itself as the “Swiss Army Knife of style assistants,” Closet+ is a user-friendly mobile app that allows you to add each item from your closet to manage your wardrobe from anywhere. You can put in an item’s cost and age and, over time, determine whether you’re getting the best use out of your fashion dollar. The app includes a built-in calendar that lets you plan what items you will wear each day or simply log what you wore. This calendar function will help you avoid wearing the same item too often and pinpoint items that haven’t been worn in a while. Free for Apple iOS.


Stylebook allows you use your iPad or iPhone to create “looks” based on items in your closet. Co-founded by a former Vogue intern, this app provides a free-form canvas on which users can drag and drop clothing items to experiment with different looks. Clothes can be imported from photos taken by a user’s camera or from online photos of the items. Users can also add an item from a store before buying to try it out with articles of clothing they already own. Like Closet+, Stylebook has a calendar for planning looks in advance or tracking the items worn on a specific date. At the time of writing Stylebook is $3.99 for Apple iOS.


Cloth invites a chat feature into the fashion organization environment. In addition to cataloguing your closet contents and exploring new looks to add to your closet, you can also chat with your friends directly within the app. Your friends can review your looks and offer their own advice, which will give you the extra input you need to improve your wardrobe. Free for Apple iOS.

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If you’re more impressed by your friends’ closets than your own, Pose may be the ideal app for you. Browse closets across the country to find inspiration for your own looks. You can even save money by trading an item you’re no longer wearing for one you like. Each day, Pose users get a daily inspiration from top fashion influencers across the country. Pose is free for Android on Google Play and Apple iOS.


Mallzee serves as your personal stylist, learning your individual taste preferences over time to deliver recommendations for items you’ll love. If you find an outfit you like, you can save it to Mallzee and receive alerts when its price drops. The app houses information on items from more than 100 retailers, from small boutiques to big-name retailers like Urban Outfitters.

Whether you’re a fashionista or style-challenged, these apps can help you improve your look and de-clutter your closet. Best of all, you can do all of it from the comfort of your bed or sofa, using your favorite mobile device. You’ll have the look you want without spending hours clearing out your closet and when it’s time to toss out an old article of clothing, you’ll have the information you need to determine whether you wear it often or not. Free for Android on Google Play and Apple iOS.

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Stephanie Faris

Author: Stephanie Faris

Stephanie Faris is the Simon & Schuster author of two middle grade novels, 25 Roses and 30 Days of No Gossip, as well as the upcoming Piper Morgan chapter book series. A graduate of Middle Tennessee State University, she worked in information systems for 13 years. Her work is regularly featured on a wide variety of blogs and websites, both under her own name and as a ghostwriter. She lives in Nashville with her husband, Neil.

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