See an outfit that’s caught your eye or want to find a similar style of a sold out item? Google Lens can help you get your wardrobe summer style-ready by searching what you see. Whether it’s an image that you see online, a photo you saved on your phone or something in the real world that catches your eye, Google Lens makes the products you see instantly shoppable. And this is something I use almost daily and find it a valuable tool and a fine example below is one with trainers who my readers know that I am an avid collector of Nike trainers.
Google Lens can also show you new ways to style clothes you already own. Give new life to that old top you haven’t picked up in a year—simply point Lens at it to see how others have worn a similar one and find pieces that might match it. So if you see a leopard print skirt you like on social media, take a screenshot and use Lens to see how other people have styled similar looks.
How to use Google Lens as fashion inspiration:
On your phone or tablet, open the Google app or Google Photos
Select a photo from your camera roll/take a live photo of an item of clothing
Get reviews on the product, shop the item, find similar items or style inspiration
Google Lens is available on Android from the search bar widget on the homescreen, the camera app on many flagship devices, and in the Google, Google Photos, and Google Lens apps on any smartphone.