Finery Review: The Wardrobe Operating System

It’s official: I am a fiend! In addition to my recent obsession with Stitch Fix, the Bloomingdale’s Style Studio, and my daily usage of the Stylebook app and Pureple (I’ll have to also write reviews on these apps soon), I’ve found YET ANOTHER closet app/styling service.

This one is totally free — no guilt involved!

It’s called Finery, and I found it through a Google search for desktop closet organization apps (because, while I use the mobile Stylebook app religiously, they don’t have a desktop version available yet). It’s quite similar to Stylebook in that you upload your wardrobe and can create looks and add them to a calendar, but it also has a few additional perks.

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The first is that it automatically adds items that you purchase when hooked up to your gmail.

The second is that you can message a stylist for outfit ideas, and they’ll reply within a few days — and it’s free! So far I’ve asked them to style my new green shoes from Stitch Fix, my new purchases from the Bloomingdale’s Style Studio, and I asked for help styling an outfit for a concert.

The third is that you can see the real-time wardrobes of ~famous fashionistas~ like Gabriela Hearst, Rachel Zoe, Miroslava Duma, Margherita Missoni, and Kendra Scott.

I hope to add a blog post soon with the outfits they styled for me, but for now I just wanted to alert you to this amazing resource.

Thanks for reading!

T. Louise

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