Implementation WearCast new style uses a mathematical formula developed by meteorologists to suggest equipment based on time.
The application comes with a planned five-day fashion tailored to the user depending on weather, location and sex.
Wearcast, which costs $2.49 is described as an “on-demand fashion forecast tool for any weather condition. Rain or shine.”
It asks the user builds and displays the weather, followed by color illustrations and drawings for the costumes of each day, including adjustments, if the weather changes.
The costumes of the application is developed by the artist from Brooklyn Alejandro Cardenas of New York’s fashion and accessories brand Proenza Schouler.
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Suggested get-ups for a clear and sunny day include a knee-length dress for girls and skinny-legged jeans with a zip-up jacket over a tee for men.
The illustrations are basic accessories and shoes, and scarves and strappy sandals.
Powered by communications agency 88, the application also indicates that users bring clothes when traveling abroad, according to forecasts from cities worldwide.