"I have nothing left to wear !". This is a sentence that you repeat everyday while your closet is filled with fabulous clothes. 😁
WhatUWear - Wardrobe Assistant & Recycle is the new app that reinvents the virtual closet and memorizes for you all the clothes you own.
This assistant sort and store your clothes as you wish in your smartphone to have a global view of your wardrobe.
Do you want to donate or recycle clothes that you don't wear anymore? An interactive map allows you to locate the nearest collection points to give them a second life. In partnership with "La Fibre du Tri", we have more than 10 000 locations in Europe to be sure to find one near you.
The Power to the users
WhatUWear is an ethical app that respects your privacy. All recovered data are completely anonymous. You can enjoy a free app without ads that ensures your privacy.
WhatUWear best features :
📸 Photograph, save and organize your dressing room
👗 Create customized outfits following you wishes and inspirations
♻️ Easily find garment collection points "La fibre du tri" to recycle them effortlessly and do your good deed of the day
🌞 Enjoy every morning a suggestion of outfit for the day depending on your mood and the weather at home
👀 Quickly find your clothes or outfits thanks to the many filters available or hashtags (keywords)
👍 Share your inspirations with your friends on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest ...
⭐️ Synchronize the application with Google or Facebook to save your wardrobe and have it with you wherever you want, whenever you want.
WhatUWear - Wardrobe Assistant & Recycle is a project in partnership with the European Commission for the Horizon 2020 R&D program. Its aim is to reduce the waste of textiles and encourage the recycling of unused clothing.
A suggestion or improvement to propose? Help us to evolve the app:
by sending us an email email@example.com, via our website (www.whatuwear.eu) or directly via the application.
We read all the comments, they are very useful to us and we will do our best to answer your expectations. Thank you 😉