Your outfits are superb. Too awesome, in fact, to know them all in your head. Posting your OOTDs (outfit of the day) to Insta and TikTok is the traditional way to catalog your daily looks, but, if you have an iPhone running iOS 16, there’s a more efficient – not to mention coolest – way you could. utilize.
Among the many new features that come with iOS 16 is the ability to instantly copy the subject of a photo and paste it wherever you want. The feature is remarkably easy to use: just touch and hold the subject of any given photo, wait for iOS to describe it, then slide your finger and watch the subject magically lift off the page . You can then use a second finger to open any app you like and drag the image into it, or copy the subject to save it to your iPhone’s clipboard. It’s a simple yet powerful feature, which will definitely be used in many creative ways.
One of these ways is extremely Creative. TikTok user Macaulay_flower shared his method to catalog the many outfits in her wardrobe. It still takes a photo, as many people sharing an OOTD would, but it doesn’t stop there. Instead, he uses iOS 16’s new photo feature to copy himself and his outfit out of the photo before pasting the adjustment into an existing note, along with any other outfits he’s already cataloged. .
He can then tap on one of the outfits to check it out up close. If he wants to see another, he can easily move on to the next one.
I love this idea – with iOS 16 this guy is saving clips of every outfit he wears to the Notes app 🤯
— Matthew Cassinelli (@mattcassinelli) September 14, 2022
After copying and pasting the original photo to yourself, you can safely delete it without worrying about losing the outfit. This way, your Photos app doesn’t have to be cluttered with thousands of photos of your outfits; everything is neatly contained in a single note.
If you’re someone who has a lot of outfits but no clear way to organize them, this method might be right for you. It’s also great for shopping: you can freely order a bunch of new clothes, try them on, and catalog them in the Notes app. Then scan and compare and contrast how you feel about each. You can even share the rating with other people to get their opinion, rather than spamming them with photo after photo. (Bonus: you’ll have a handy catalog of yourself that you can use as reaction images or for meme-making purposes.)