A website that recommends an outfit for the day depending on your local weather, calendar events, and personal tastes and preferences.

Ananya K, Anna H, Jessica Y, Julianna S, Libby R, Mitra T, Sabrina S, Shivani A, Sophia H, Stella S, Victoria S, Zoe E

We created a website that is designed to give recommendations for an outfit for the day. It allows users to get an outfit recommendation based on their personalized information, such as their local weather, their calendar events, and their personal tastes and preferences. The website also has tips and tutorials on how to wear sustainable clothing, how to DIY your clothing and accessories, and how to upcycle/recycle clothing to help the environment. It also teaches users about clothing from different cultures and countries. There are also interactive games and stories for users to enjoy. In the future, we hope to recreate this website into an app.

People spend time in the morning figuring out what to wear for the day. This app/website will help them plan out their outfits so that they could get to work or school on time.

The website allows users to get an outfit recommendation based on their personalized information, such as their local weather, their calendar events, and their personal tastes and preferences.

A technical issue that we faced in the beginning was that our browser (Internet Explorer) was not compatible with Khan Academy. We had to request an install of Microsoft Edge on the computers so all students could view the tutorials on Khan Academy. We also had an issue with creating/saving our website on Jimdo. After multiple attempts at creating our website in Jimdo, which crashed every time, we decided to work with Wix instead, which was much better.

"This application would definitely be helpful in saving me time in the morning so I could have a few extra minutes of sleep."

"Wow! that is a lot of code, good job."

The Providence Girls Who Code Club members were mostly 6th through 8th graders in the Fairfax County School system. Most of them were new to coding as this was their first exposure to Computer Science. We also had 2 high school students who volunteered to be teaching assistants, and were very helpful in running the club due to their prior experience with coding. Both facilitators were new to Girls Who Code. We all had a lot of fun, and it was a great learning experience for all.

This project was made by Girls Who Code Club students at Providence Community Center.