5 Apps For Fashion Lovers

By Jo Phillips

To fashion lovers, creating a style is much about self-expression and even art. We’ve all got our favourite places to seek out our next fashion pieces, but every once in a while it’s nice to change it up and look for new inspiration. If you’re a fashion lover, you’ll find all the inspiration you need with these five apps. 

Image Andrea Piacquadio

As Vivienne Westwood once said, ‘Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing, and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well.’ 

1 . Drest

Drest is a ‘luxury fashion styling game’, but you can also purchase the in-game items in real life. Users can dress the model avatars with looks from the leading fashion brands across the world. Here you can play a variety of fun fashion challenges and follow the community of talented stylists. With the Drest app, you can design mood boards, vote on looks and even win virtual awards! You’ll find all the fashion ideas you could dream of, plus the opportunity to shop for some seriously unique fashion pieces.

2 . Revolve

Revolve is one of the best apps out there for fashionistas; here, you can shop for 500+ leading brands and the top designers of 2020. The application includes stunning editorial features, uniquely curated shops and free returns and shipping. Using Revolve, it’s easy to browse by trends and brands or check out the hottest new arrivals. It’s simple to share your favourite finds on Twitter, Facebook or via email.

3. Depop

Depop is a social marketplace of 18M plus people from across the globe. It’s currently one of the hippest places to buy and sell unique fashion. Depop has an attractive Instagram style layout; sellers can upload videos or photos of their fashion items, and connect with other users via messages. On Depop you’ll find a huge range of brands including Champion, Vans, Misguided, Adidas and more. Whether you’re looking for vintage jeans or limited edition trainers, Depop has many hidden gems to discover.

4. Object Limited

According to Vogue, Object Limited is ‘the ultimate vintage clothes app’. Object Limited provides users with the best curated secondhand items from the most aspirational wardrobes out there. When you shop with Object Limited, not only will you find some beautiful vintage items, but you’ll also be shopping sustainably. Looking to find a 1940’s style dress? Dying to get your hands on a 70’s blazer? Object Limited has got all those vintage lovelies you didn’t know you needed!

5. Etsy

An old favourite, never underestimate the power of Etsy for all your fashion needs! It’s another fab place to shop vintage, from rockabilly vibe dresses to handmade ponchos. To complete your look, you need the right jewellery. Etsy is a great place to find some lovely items, whether antique necklaces or amethyst tunnel earrings. (If you don’t have tunnels, you’ll need to get yourself a good Ear Stretching Kit first)! That’s not all, Etsy is also a great place to find super cute vintage shoes. Here you can nab yourself some 1930’s floral court shoes, or some military-style boots for a slightly gothic look.