Celebrating color and lively designs almost every day, India is filled with fashionable ideas that many people continue to take inspiration from. In research posted by Vishwa Varun entitled ‘Research on Apparel Fashion Retail Industry in India,’ the fashion scene in India is considered a late comer, but it’s now scintillating, with the growing tally of fashion brands and retailers taking a substantial share of the nation’s retail space.
Currently, mobile devices make it easier to relate and connect with fashion, as their access to the internet give people plenty of ideas they can work adopt themselves. In India, one of the tech capitals of the world, eMarketer revealed that there will be more than 200 million smartphone users in the country this year. Indians will be the greatest contributor to the expected 2 billion new smartphone owners in the world. The creator of mobile gaming leisure software Pocketfruity, suggested that mobile device dependency has strengthened over the years, and has replaced the reliance we now have on desktop computers as the main internet searching tool. Thus, every stylish fashionista must take advantage of mobile devices in gathering as much ideas on the latest trends in the fashion world as possible.
In this post, we will highlight three fashion apps every stylish Indian woman must download to their smartphone.
Founded by Meghna Saraogi, the Styledotme app works as a social networking tool for those who need advice when shopping for the right accessories, clothes and footwear. It allows users to upload images of two products then create a poll that lasts for five minutes where people can share their thoughts about the items. Just like Instagram, it comes with filters to enhance images and an option to share your post on the users’ Facebook and Twitter accounts. People also get to follow their friends, favorite brands, celebrities, and bloggers through Styledotme.
Do you always want to mix and match clothes and accessories to see if they work together? Now, there’s an option to virtually create looks and instant references through Mydressing. This app avoids the common problem that most women encounter when they wake up in the morning or are rushing to the office – finding the perfect outfit to wear for the whole day. Mydressing allows users to cut out the clothes from an image and place them in a look board along with other fashion items they need, such as makeup, shoes, and accessories for referencing.
Another great app that works as a social media platform for fashionistas is Trendabl. It’s like the Instagram for those who love to network with other fashion fans worldwide. All they need to do is to upload a photo, filter it, and tag the image depending on its category (skirts, shoes, dress, etc.). Images can also be tagged based on availability in your country, price, and label. Users can get all the style inspiration they need by browsing others’ outfit ideas that are presented on the app, too.
What’s your favorite Indian fashion app that you’ve downloaded recently? When it comes to fashion, Mruga comes with the latest designs for kurtis, sarees, salwar kameez and much more that fit a myriad of special occasions.