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11. 16. 2011

Snappy Dresser is your new personal stylist


Snappy Dresser is a unique wardrobe concept from designer Nelly Trakidou, which is built to suggest outfits for confused and irritated users who don't know what to wear.

It basically matches your clothes to certain situations. So maybe you once went hiking in a specific outfit, you'd tell the system that and it'll remember it and suggest that set of clothes again for similar activities.

If Snappy Dresser ever suggests a combination you really don't like then you can give your feedback and it'll learn from your mistakes. How clever!

[Via Yanko Design]

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