The Lazy Girl's "Clueless" Closet: Keep An Outfit Album on Your Phone

The Lazy Girl's "Clueless" Closet: Keep An Outfit Album on Your Phone

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Taryn Williford
Feb 12, 2016
(Image credit: Paramount Pictures)

If you were born between, say, 1975 and 1990, there's no doubt that (a) you think "Clueless" is a classic and (b) you've definitely dreamed about Cher Horowitz's super high-tech (for the nineties, at least) digital closet. Being able to browse your outfit options with a quick finger-swipe is as close as it gets to heaven for some of us, and you can actually get pretty damn close to Cher's "Clueless" closet right now with just your smartphone.

First, for nostalgia's sake:

The Real-Life Version of Cher's "Clueless" Closet

Bustle rounded up a handful of apps that get the job done, but they're all just a little too intimidating and involved for me, in general. They crowned Mylo as the app that's closest to Cher's closet functionality, but it's a menswear app.

What I think might work better is this clever tip that fashion blogger Devon Cruse (of Devon Rachel) shared with Who What Wear:

“I like to style a few looks, snap photos, and add to an ‘Outfits’ folder of my phone. This keeps me organized and stress free when selecting an outfit each day and exercises my creativity through making multiple looks.”

Brilliant, right? Take an afternoon (hopefully a sunny one with good lighting) and have yourself an #OOTD fashion show at home, snapping outfit selfies of each ensemble. Keep them in a dedicated "Outfits" folder on your phone and swipe through the looks when you're getting dressed each morning to decide what to wear. It's not quite Cher's closet, but it's close.

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