I'm no Giorgio Armani, and as the years go by I find that buying clothes that look good on me is an increasingly challenging task.
Dress Assistant is made for wannabe designers or those that want to experiment from the comfort of their computer. Dress Assistant allows you to try-out different combinations of clothes via drag and drop until you've found a combination of clothes that makes you look good.
Annoyingly, when you start Dress Assistant you have to change the resolution to 1200 x 740 so you might have to access your control panel even before you start. The interface is pretty basic too - its clearly in need of a revamp and looks very dated but it is fairly clear. Your clothes are listed along the left hand side and the design window is on the right.
You can categorize clothes by closet, season, preference and color, create and save combinations, and also print them. It even accepts local weather info, suggesting that Dress Assistant is designed for those that really have no dress sense at all. If you want to show off your designing skills, you can use the built-in editor to design your own and even show them off on the Dress Assistant forum to make like-minded connections with other designers - or just get laughed at.
Dragging and dropping of clothes is not as smooth as it should be though and presentation is generally a bit poor meaning you can't help feeling that Dress Assistant is a rather amateur effort at a clothes design application.