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This app was recommended to me by a friend who is into fashion so I was SUPER excited. Once I added my entire wardrobe of shirts, pants, accessories, shoes, etc., I was happy for that to be over with. To my disappointment, the app took random pieces of clothing from the categories I chose. For example, one outfit I was given was a plaid shirt, sweatpants, heels, and a scarf. These do not go together at all (but it rly depends on the person’s perspective). I thought this app would give you some amazing stylish outfits but none of it goes together and if it does it’s something I usually wear. Also, having to input all the info by hand is a pain. When you do put the info in, it doesn’t do anything but sort for you. I wish that when it suggested outfits we could check off specific things (such as I want a black shirt with a rating of 3 stars for a formal party) and, maybe, have an actual person looking at the clothes to give you an outfit. Maybe a survey when creating your account would give the creators an idea of what you are like and the kind of outfits you wear. I also see you mostly just do big fixes w/ your updates. When updating, I would suggest bringing something new every other update (even if it is small).I still love the app but it needs improvement if a 5 Star is wanted from me (even tho many people have probably given a 5 star rating and mine doesn’t rly matter).
I am having so much fun and am getting organized and saving money in the process. I have been purging my wardrobe as I take pictures of individual pieces. If I can’t think of an outfit I can create around a piece, it’s gone! At the same time the app has helped me find ways to use garments I haven’t been wearing. I know some think the random outfits the app creates aren’t what they should be but mixing things up in a completely random way gets my creativity going so I’m fine with the app being unencumbered with any fashion rules. I have identified pieces for my wish list—specific things I can use in multiple outfits and I’ve taken things off my long-standing wish list because I can see they won’t be used in enough ways to make it a good buy. The app lets me really identify which brands, styles, sizes I should prioritize so I’m doing less impulse shopping. I can even keep track of price per wear if I want to feel particularly frugal. Just having lots of fun and my wardrobe has never been more organized or valued. I’ve experienced a bit of a learning curve but am enjoying the process of cataloging my clothes since I found a place where pictures can be conveniently taken and learned to use the filter on my iPhone camera to get the color as close to true as possible.
I’m the type of person who wakes up every morning and spends 15+ minutes figuring out what to wear for the day. I really was hoping this app could take some of that time away from my morning routine but so far it’s fallen a little short in that regard. Conceptually it’s brilliant, and occasionally the app provides some great suggestions for outfits. I can say I have a relatively big wardrobe and I’ve entered around 100 items onto the app, mostly shirts. My main problems with this app are the variety in outfit recommendations and the number of items the app pics per outfits. For the variety, you have the option to swipe left or right, denoting if you dislike or like an outfit. It doesn’t really seem that the apps algorithm takes into consideration your swipes, though. I’ve been presented with the same outfit multiple times even after indicating I disliked it. As for the number of items, if you select “shirt, pants, shoes and accessory” you may only get shoes and a shirt, and I wish there was an option for you to set a mandatory vs. option item that you’d like to see in the outfit. It does take a while to upload all your clothing images (the app crashed for me when I tried to upload more then 40 images at a time) and I think the user interface could be a little more friendly. If you’re looking for an app that will give you ideas then I’d definitely recommend downloading the app. I wouldn’t rely on it for every day outfit selection.
This app does not really create great outfits for you but instead has you choose from a list of categories like shirt, pants, shoes, earrings. Well when you pick from those categories it will give you a random item from them. I suggest making tons of categories of your own which it does allow you to do. For example I have different categories so that I can pick sleeveless plain color blouse, kimono, jeans, booties and earrings. I know that this will make a better outfit then it picking any bottom, any top any shoes. Because trust and believe without this it will give you a button down blouse, sweats, high heels and a kimono yikes!!! But once you do that and make it work for you it will give you random selections that maybe you wouldn’t think of and then you can save the outfits for later use! It does have a feature where you can create your own outfits. I wish that when you pick your own outfits they wouldn’t just have the clothes in your whole closet in a random order that you have to scroll through it makes it take so much longer! That’s an easy fix though if they choose to but I see tons of potential and will keep using it!
I have a lot of fun with this. You have to do a lot of information input to get the app to work correctly and intuitively, but once that’s done, it’s really fun and gives some interesting ideas that I would never have thought to pair together! However, recently the app has been acting oddly. If only recommends the same one or two pieces of clothing over and over again in outfit after outfit. It sometimes doesn’t include pieces of clothing that I request. (Ex: I’ll put in Accessory, Shoes, Top, Pants and it’ll only give me a top and pants.) And I’ll go through twenty looks and it’ll have the same pair of pants in every one, even though I have MANY MANY pairs inputted. I don’t understand why this is. I keep trying to go to some sort of app support, but it literally won’t load the link so I can’t reach out to help. Is this some sort of processing issue? Buffering? I would really like to know. I went from opening it everyday to barely wanting to even look at it, because it’s just giving me the exact same outfit every single time. One or two tops, the same pants, the same jacket, the same shoes. And it’s always the first one I inputted in that category. Pls fix this so I can enjoy the app again and give a higher rating!
Developed by Iceclip.
Pureple Outfit Planner is ranking in Lifestyle & Shopping
Last update was at Dec 21, 2019and the current version is 3.81.
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Pureple Outfit Planner have a 2 282a user reviews.
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