The new and chic way to brand yourself is through Envicase - an app that allows you to post photos of the fashion items you own. Voted as one of New York's Must Have Fashion Apps, you can peek through the items of the hollywood's hottest celebrities and trendsetters while reading their personal stories behind the acquisition. You can also explore the hottest items around the world and get connected with other global trendsetters.
For the fashionistas who don't already have their own stylist on speed dial, PS Dept gives users access to a personal fashion consultant 24/7. Whether you're looking for an outfit for an upcoming wedding or in search of the perfect over-the-knee boots, you can search through PS for one specific piece, or for outfit ideas as a whole. The app partners with stylists from an array of brands and stores including Chloe, Net-A-Porter, Stella McCartney, Derek Lam and more to give shoppers free access to expert advice—and once you've found what you're looking for, you can shop directly through the app.
Mallzee takes a Tinder-approach to mobile shopping, allowing users to peruse over 40 fashion brands. You can curate your favorite pieces into different style feeds like "Work Outfits" or "Girl's Night Out" to organize your shopping wish lists. Mallzee also sends price drop notifications on all the items you like, so you'll be notified as soon as that Alexander Wang bag you've been coveting gets marked down.
Until our cult-favorite photo app is completely shoppable, Like To Know It is making it possible to track down the chicest pieces on Instagram. Once you sign in with your email on the Like to Know It app, any Instagram you then like with a shopping link will automatically email the ready-to-shop product link to you directly. It's not totally seamless, but it's an easy way to create a wish-list based on your favorite blogger's Insta feed.
One of the biggest shopping app launches of 2014 was Spring, a game-changing way to shop on your phone. With an Instagram-like setup, Spring partners with over 80 fashion brands to let users shop apparel and accessories. The shopping app also offers exclusive collaborations, which have ranged in the past from partnerships with the CFDA and a Beyonce-themed shop. Spring saves your credit card information, shipping and size so you can complete a purchase in one simple tap.
Deemed "The Tinder for Shoes," this app wants to help you find the footwear of your dreams. Swipe through over 50,000 shoe styles—from designers ranging from Christian Louboutin to Nike—based on your style and likes. Stylect allows you to filter your shoe search based on color, price or style. You can also create shoe wish-lists and make purchases directly through the app.
Three words: universal shopping cart. The Keep Shopping app launched the world's first mobile universal shopping cart that allows you to purchase from any brand or store all in one checkout. Through the app users can browse Keep's curated products or explore the entire web, adding any product from any store to the same cart.