Stylebook for the dark ages?

The new Random Outfit Generator is so much fun that it prompted me to enter similar items to my entire wardrobe in my wardrobe in Finds.  Now I have infinite (though weird) outfit ideas with just a click!

But it awakened in me the desire for more.  Now I want to track my wears of the items in my wardrobe.  They're right there with easy pictures!  I could click what I'm wearing today so easily!  I know there's apps that do this (stylebook and maybe also closet+), but I live in the dark ages, without a smart phone.

Is there anything that you know of that functions similarly and works on a pc?  I would love to have a picture and be able to track my wears (and perhaps other info, like cost or cost per wear) associated with each picture (rather than just a text description on a spreadsheet).

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8 Comments

  • rabbit replied 2 years ago

    I am wondering and hoping the same thing.   Perhaps possible additional features further down the road for Greg?

  • amiable replied 2 years ago

    I'm looking in to putting images into a Google Spreadsheet, but that would mean that I have to have image urls, and I can't get those directly from finds.  Perhaps if I built my wardrobe in pinterest I could put images into a spreadsheet....

  • rabbit replied 2 years ago

    Or screencap your finds page and crop out all the little images -- pretty sure you could do that even in Paint --- they may be small enough to just plunk into a spreadsheet rather than linking?

  • amiable replied 2 years ago

    Ooh - that might work.  Google spreadsheets only accept url images (from what I can tell), but a local one might accept images like that....  I'm able to get images directly in to google - not having to go through pinterest...

  • Daria replied 2 years ago

    Maybe make a pinterest board of your wardrobe, and then use url to those pictures? Not entirely sure it's technically possible though.

  • abc replied 2 years ago

    Try closet space. I forgot the old name. Some forum members use it. It works on pc and smartphones, pads etc. that was one of my requirements as well. Good luck

  • amiable replied 2 years ago

    Closet Space is PERFECT!  Thank you!

  • abc replied 2 years ago

    just checking back, glad it works for you.  I agree, it was one of the few I found I really liked.  Enjoy! :)

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