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7 Apps Every Stylish Man Should Have

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Most people have a Pavlovian response when they wake up every morning. Before they take a leak or rub the sleep out of their eyes, they do something else. They reach for their phones. That is how reliant we have become on our mobile devices. From crushing candy to checking out the Playmates with the most epic Instagrams, there are few things we can’t use our phones to do. That includes looking sharp.

There are a lot of apps out there to help guys figure out what clothes to buy, how to wear them, and what to do in them. Here are seven essential apps that every stylish guy should have on the first page of his home screen.


Swackett
Free, iOS and Android
The first step in figuring out what to wear is knowing what the conditions are outside. Swackett crunches weather data and then dresses its avatars up in appropriate outfits. If it’s raining, the “Peeps” will have a rain jacket. If it’s warm, shorts. This is extremely helpful as you start to put together a look.

Swackett

Swackett


Mr. Porter
Free, iOS and Android
Mr. Porter, the men’s version of Net-A-Porter, sells some of the best menswear brands. So whether you’re looking for a well-designed tuxedo or a pair of coveted sneakers, you will find it here. The intuitive user interface makes managing all your purchases easy.

Mr. Porter

Mr. Porter


My Package
Free, iOS
You’re a veteran of buying clothes online, but keeping track of all those emails with different tracking numbers is still annoying. My Package stores all your tracking info from FedEx, UPS, and the Postal Service and sends push notifications as your items make their way from the warehouse to your crib.

My Package

My Package


Cool Guy
Free, iOS and Android
Owning clothes is the easy part, putting them together is challenging. With Cool Guy, you take pictures of the items you own (and the ones you want to own) and then can arrange them into outfits that will stand out.

Cool Guy

Cool Guy


Goodstuff
Free, iOS
A city guide for cool guys is the best way to describe Goodstuff. If you find yourself in New York City or Paris or L.A. and want to know what the best streetwear and sneaker stores are, this will point you in the right direction.

Goodstuff

Goodstuff


eBay
Free, iOS and Android
Stop worrying about getting sniped in auctions for that very rare pair of Air Jordans that you’ve been chasing for years. The eBay app lets you manage all your buying (and selling and watching) activity from the palm of your hand.

eBay

eBay


myPantone
$9.99 (iOS), $7.99 (Android)
Don’t call it “gray” when you can call it “titanium.” The Pantone app provides great detail about individual colors and also lets you know which combinations work well together. That info is just as useful when you’re getting dressed as it is when you’re designing a PowerPoint.

Pantone

Pantone


Justin Tejada is a writer and editor based in New York City. Follow him on Twitter at @just_tejada.

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