A virtual closet for your fashion endeavors.

Amillyon C, Bernice W, Daively J, Doreen R

"myCloset" is a website which provides a virtual place for people with a passion for fashion. In this website, you can upload pictures of your clothing pieces and get inspiration from others. In order to broaden our audience, we have implemented a random outfit generator for those who are unsure of what to wear on certain occasions. This allows the user to choose a style, and then they are presented with a random outfit based on their preferences. We also made sure to add a feature for those who are curious and want to know more about their fashion sense. Currently, there are two quizzes available for users to take to determine their style.

This project was created because we realized that there is a lack of fashion-based websites for those who want to express their fashion style. Not only that, but in society, people are constantly limited to wearing clothes which society deems acceptable.

Our website acts as a platform for people to express their creative sense of style. It provides a fashion inspiration for those who are unsure of what to wear and allows users to learn more about themselves in a fashion perspective.

One technical problem we faced was coding a random generator for such a vast amount of data. We overcame it by working together as a team and persisting.

Amillyon grew up in the heart of Brooklyn, and is a rising senior at Brooklyn Institute for Liberal Arts. While growing up, she fell in love with many passions, such as playing sports, playing video games, videography and photography, playing piano, and drawing. But, the one that she become most passionate about, is coding. Amillyon is hoping to get a career in game development at Rockstar. 

Bernice is an incoming junior at The Bronx High School of Science. In school, Bernice runs in her school’s Cross Country team and she is also a member of her school’s all girls robotics team, the FeMaidens. When she’s not doing school work, Bernice enjoys reading, watching movies with her siblings, or hanging out with her friends. After joining Girls Who Code’s community, Bernice learned a plethora of programming languages, which she hopes to implement in her future career in technology.

Daively is a rising senior at Park East High School. At 5 years old, she came from Dominican Republic to America for a better life. She is a drilling and marching instructor for GNYC, as well as president of multiple clubs offered at her school, including The Honors Book Club and Pride Council. She is a Girls Inc. New York peer leader, as well as a little sister for Barkleys. Daively’s interests include painting and anything to do with technology, and she spends her free time helping out at local churches and homeless centers.

Doreen is an incoming junior at NEST+m High School in Manhattan, NY. She is Tibetan and was born and raised in Queens, NY. She is interested in mathematics, playing soccer, and getting involved in her community. Doreen joined Girls Who Code’s community with no experience in Computer Science, but after the Summer Immersion Program, she knows coding languages such as Scratch, Python, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Doreen has found a new love for computer programming, and aspires to pursue a career in technology.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program students at Pfizer (NY) - Ada Lovelace.