Two important points to start with are finding inspiration and picking a colour palette that best suits you. Usually following and emulating the style of someone you admire could do the trick as far as style-spo goes, as could creating a mood board on Pinterest where you pin down the exact aesthetic you’re going for. The best part about using an app is that you’d be able to group items by style, colour preference or activity think; exercise, work and leisure. This narrows down your choices and allows you to see what you’ll have in your wardrobe.
When it comes to compiling a colour analysis, you’ll want to figure out whether your skin tone is warm, cool, or neutral. That way you’ll know which colours to avoid when shopping. People with warm skin tones should take inspiration from the warm end of the spectrum like fiery reds, oranges and rusty colours, while those with a cool skin-tone should opt for cobalt, blues and violet hues. Those with neutral coloured-skin-tones can count themselves lucky because they have the full-colour spectrum at their disposal. Not sure which colour tone you are? Reach for the colours that look good on everyone; those are usually a blend of both cool and warm. Got it? Good.
Now that you know what colour palette you're leaning towards and which aesthetic best suits your day-to-day styling, time to find the basics.