When you accidentally not allowed Pureple access to Camera or Photo Library, you will see a black blank screen when you try to add an item from Camera; or similarly from Photo Library. You can easily fix this by
- Quit Pureple
- Open the ‘Settings’ app on your iPhone/iPad/iPod.
- Tap ‘Privacy’
- Tap ‘Photos’. Please make sure Pureple is set to On.
- Tap ‘Camera’. Please make sure Pureple is set to On.
Our followers may remember PopSugar Fashion’s recent article titled ‘I Cleaned Out 100+ Items From My Closet by Asking This 1 Question’ which we shared on all our social media accounts last week. The article gives great tips on editing your wardrobe. We immediately taught how much Pureple would help to implement the tips in this article. Here is the top 5:
If Pureple was of help while cleaning your closet, how did it help? What would be one feature we could add to make it even more useful?
My minimalist wardrobe [summer] via Miss Freddy.
“… 5) Use a virtual closet app to get out of a styling rut. I use a FREE app called Pureple. I upload the photos from this post into the app. Then I can mix/match looks & save outfits for later. You can also ‘suggest outfit’ to have Pureple design a look. …”
We also loved how Miss Freddy photographed her clothes: Light colored, smooth background, same wood hangers nicely hanged garments.
16 things to do in Easter holidays
We’ve just left Easter behind for the year, however, we could not resist to share these excellent tips from Malin Dahl.
“Plan outfits! With the app Pureple I can plan future outfits, and have them saved on your mobile so that they should not go into oblivion. Smart! ” says Malin.
Thank you <3. We are fascinated to see that Pureple is taking a tiny part in the lives of such talented, amazingly inspiring individuals around the world.
Original: 16 ting å gjøre i påskeferien
English: 16 things to do in Easter holidays
By the way, while you are there, you may also want to see New York in her eyes. We fell in love with the details she captured! She sure made us want to visit NY again!..
As spring approaches fast, most of us will find ourself editing our wardrobes. While the old good rules of let go of the items that no longer fit, that are stained or show other kind of wear or tear e.g, holes or piles, here are three additional questions to help take wardrobe editing further:
1- Do I love it?
2- Is it flattering?
3- Is it inline with the image I’d like to present, who I am, what I want to be?
Ultimate goal: a more organized wardrobe that better expresses ourselves, communicates a clearer message to the world and save precious minutes from our morning routine.
Happy spring :)