Hey fashionistas!


found some great apps for you. From closet organizers to virtual dressing rooms, keep your outfits on trend with the latest fashion apps.

It isn't easy being a style icon. Unless you majored in Italian, it's even harder to pronounce the hottest brands. Luckily, there's an app for that, too. You study


and love

People Stylewatch

. And

Fashion Police!

is your favorite show. It's time to show your fashion sense to all your friends.

You can be feminine and tech-savvy at the same time, but we're not sure what

this is about.

Besides, pink is so last year.

Here are some of the top fashion apps, as reviewed by



Go Try It On

You know how it is. You've stumbled into


and now you're alone in the dressing room, debating which dress to choose. Should I choose red, black, green or blue? Post your pics to this app and see what your friends think is your best hue.

It's nice to get a second opinion before you splurge! Now you know what you're going to wear to the party tonight. The app is also great for when you're trying on outfits at home. It's like living with your college roommate all over again.

This free app is compatible with


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iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 5.0 or later. It is also available for


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Android devices.


Trendabl is like


for fashion. This free, photo-centric social media app is a great way to share your style with your friends. Selfies, pictures of yourself, are en vogue on Trendabl. Snap a photo and showcase your outfits to your followers.

Unless you're in high school, you're probably not going to run into your friends everyday. Now you can be a trendsetter from afar. Otherwise, what good is a Tahari dress when you're working from home? You know your new shoes will be labeled "popular."

Trendabl is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 5.0 or later.


Now that you have your spring wardrobe, it's time to get organized! Keep track of all your outfits with Stylebook. Users can snap a photo of each item and use the app to sort out your "looks." Just make sure you don't wear your vacation clothes to work.

Sorting can be done by dresses and shoes; pair items that look good together. With Stylebook, you won't forget to pair those bronze heels with your navy dress. The best part of the app is the stats. Stylebook keeps track of how much everything costs and how often you wound up wearing it. That

Kate Spade

bag was totally worth the splurge.

This app costs $3.99 and is compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, and requires iOS 4.3 or later.


You've worn that dress twice, and you're already over it. Good luck trying to sell it at a consignment shop. Lucky for you, Poshmark lets users sell their used clothes. Virtual "posh parties" allow you to shop other people's wardrobes.

Snap photos of the clothes you don't want anymore, and sign up for the next event. "Bold statement pieces" are up for grabs at 10 P.M. tonight. Once you've joined Poshmark, you won't believe you ever bought anything on


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. Shopping your friends' closets is a concept that's here to stay.

Poshmark is compatible with the iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, requiring iOS 5.0 or later.

Speak Chic

Now that you have all the best clothes, you better know how to pronounce

Herves Leger

when your best friend asks where your dress is from. It's ERR-vey Le-JAY, by the way. Speak Chic plays audio for all your favorite brands from A-Z.

Jimmy Choo

is pronounced JIM-ee CHOO, but you probably knew that.

Save "favorites" and replay recordings. Next time Ryan Seacrest asks you what you're wearing, you'll get it right (in your dreams, anyway).

This app costs $1.99 and is available for iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad, but requires iOS 4.0 or later.

--Written by Katie Roof in New York