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Here’s a new pervertible for you: StyleBook is a $4 iOS app that helps you catalog your immense closet and develop personalised “look books” of clothes and accessories to wear each day. But you can also pervert the app to manage your kinky play sessions. Here’s how I did just that, and what it came up with.

Add Your Items

Before you can add items, you’ll need to create some categories and subcategories in which to place them. Don’t worry – you can move items around later, and rename categories – but you just need to start somewhere. If you’re planning on using the app to figure out scenes with multiple users, you might want to create a top level category for that user first, then use subcategories for item types.

From the Closet screen, go ahead and add your kinky outfits to your new categories. Adding a new item is simple: lay it on a solid colour sheet or background of some kind, then take a photo.

The app does a good job of identifying the item and extracting it from the background, though you may need to tweak it. If it doesn’t quite get it right, use the manual mode to zoom in on problem areas and then tap the bit you want to remove.

For adding other kinky bits, you create custom categories. Here’s what I made:

  • Silence! for gags and hoods
  • Toys for dildos and vibrators
  • Bondage, for cuffs and more

Creating a Look

Head over to the Looks tab and delete all the sample data. Your looks need categories too, so go ahead and make some suitable for your scenes or for each user – perhaps one for sissy, one for dominatrix looks, one for slave girl, etc. When you’re done, click into one of them, and either click the + button to create a new look manually, or the shuffle icon to randomize some clothing and items of your choice.

When creating a look, you can add the same category multiple times – so if you wanted two pieces of bondage gear, just add that category twice. It’s intelligent enough to not repeat the same item.

Now you’re all set. Have the app pick some random scenes for you, or create some looks manually. The only thing I found a little tricky was resizing – the pinch gesture would rarely work, so just tap on the item, then use the manual resize button. You can layer items too, with the latest item you touch always being on top.

You can even share your concoctions: “here honey, this is what I want you wearing when I get home”.

Null Items

One final tip: If you want to use as the app as a truly random scene planner without any user intervention needed, you might find it useful to create a “blank” item, or “free choice” in each Closet category. This ensures you’ll always have the chance of being spared that particular category of item in the random selection process.

If you have trouble planning out scenes or outfits your kinky wardrobe, StyleBook is a lot of fun. It can build the excitement leading up to a scene, or can be used spontaneously to inject some computer-controlled randomness into your play. 

 

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TigerLily is a sex-positive sissy kinkster into all kinds of nasty stuff, who especially loves combining her love of hardware, programming, and sex.

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