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The new Cloth app will help you pick

The new Cloth app will help you pick an outfit based on current weather conditions and what's in your closet. (Credit: Handout)

Whether you're getting ready for work on a hectic Monday morning or prepping yourself for an eventful Saturday night out, the scene is the same.

You have a closet full of clothes, but "nothing to wear".

An app called Cloth is here to help, and starting today it is even be able to consider the local weather before influencing your wardrobe choices.

All you have to do is take photos of your favorite outfits and add tags and categories. Then you can upload them to your social media profiles, facebook.com/clothapp or clothapp.com.

Cloth remembers the clothes you have and helps you decide what to wear on any given day.

Now that the new Cloth app has hit the iTunes store, Cloth Weather, a new feature developed with wunderground.com, will automatically tag your outfits based on what temperatures they work best in. It will then know the weather near you and will pull looks based on current conditions. Heat wave? No problem. Thunder storms? Don't forget those rainboots.

The new app has also teamed up with Aviary to offer Instagram-like photo editing features, so you'll look your best when sharing your photos with others.

Cloth was created by Seth Porges and Wray Serna, developed by Pablo Quinteros and designed by Keith Vincent. The app is free for now, with an optional $0.99 in-app purchase unlocking bonus features. 

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