It is that time I always look forward to. The relaxation, the fun, the shopping, the getting away from the day-to-day.
The other task I actually look forward to is selecting the outfits I am going to take. I am going to Las Vegas for several days and I took advantage of using the Packing tool that my StyleBook app on my iPhone has to offer.
If you have not heard of StyleBook, it is an app that helps you digitally organize your closet. It has several features including having a record of each piece in your closet, putting looks together, organizing them on a calendar, keeping statistics of how often you wear a certain item, and creating packing lists.
I wanted to show you how I went about using it for my upcoming get away and what a helpful tool it is.
The home page has all the categories listed out in icon style. In the past I had already added pictures of all my clothing items in the Closet and created outfits from those items in the Looks. I am now totally prepped and ready to use the Packing feature located right smack dab in the middle of the screen.
I selected a fun image of Las Vegas (optional) and titled the packing list appropriately. Then under the looks category, I added four looks. StyleBook then automatically created a list of the 15 items needed to create those four looks.
Here are the 15 items that I need to pack.
Now with that all done, StyleBook now has a packing checklist for me that I can click when it is pulled for putting in my suitcase.
-Mint top with denim skirt, ladder necklace, fringe bag, and strap sandals.
I decided to select four outfits that have the same shoes and handbag so I will not have to pack bulky items. StyleBook has been a great addition to help me organize my closet and help me remember things when I am out shopping. It it also a lot of fun to create looks on down time when the creative juice is flowing.
How do you keep track of your outfits? Do you have a tool that helps you? Have you ever tried StyleBook?
Today’s Postivity Note
Stop holding yourself back. If you aren’t happy, make a change.
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