Here are a few style apps for your snazzy iPhone (All free of course. Hey, these are hard economic times):
Hairstyle Lite lets you snap a photo of yourself with your iPhone and has six hairstyles for you to try on. It's a good idea even though some of the styles are a bit hideous. At least you'll get a good laugh.
Sex and the City: Carrie's Closet is overwhelmingly cheesy but so useful! It lets you snap photos of pieces that you already have in your closet and create "outfits", then send them to a friend for a second opinion. It's good for someone like me that has so much crap that I need to take inventory.
The Style.com app is by far the best. It's great for up to the minute industry news, style blogs, and videos. Plus, you can view complete collections from Fashion Weeks around the world.
Apple fanboys get on your knees and slap that Steve Jobs tattoo on your upper thigh! Tomorrow we'll see the release of the iPhone 3G, a modest update to the original iPhone with faster internet, built-in GPS, and a cheaper price tag thanks to a $200 subsidy courtesy of AT&T.
I have to be honest. I'm mostly ambivalent about the release tomorrow, partly because of the forced in-store activation and partly because the new features aren't that tempting for someone who already owned the O.G. iPhone. The GPS sounds cool on paper, but the word on the street is the built-in GPS antenna is too small to support reliable turn-by-turn navigation. Whether or not I pick one up depends on how easily I can finagle a unit for use off AT&T's network. Hehe I wrote "finagle a unit."