It's been well over a year since I started using the Stylebook App and it has definitely helped me to keep focused on my purchases and how often I'm using each item in my wardrobe.
When I first started using the Stylebook App towards the end of 2014, my wardrobe consisted of:
124 tops (includes sleeveless, blouses, t-shirts, sweaters, sweatshirt/hoodies, blazers)
48 bottoms (includes jeans, shorts, trousers)
68 bags (including clutches)
17 coats and jackets
32 pieces off active wear (tops, headbands, bottoms, runners)
After more than a year of purging and refining, these are my current numbers:
106 tops (includes sleeveless, blouses, t-shirts, sweaters, sweatshirt/hoodies, blazers)
54 bottoms (includes jeans, shorts, trousers)
51 shoes (I previously reported 46 pairs of shoes because I didn't count my one pair of sneakers for running, or a few pairs of shoes that were made specially for my Chinese wedding ceremony when I got married)
65 bags (including clutches)
18 coats and jackets
22 pieces off active wear (tops, headbands, bottoms, runners)
Overall, I think I did pretty well - doing this for almost 2 years now I've definitely seen a shift from purging, to learning what works for me, to narrowing things that work really well for me and finally coming to a plateau where I feel comfortable with the items I have.
The drop in numbers in my tops came from letting go of graphic-Ts, tops I had been holding on to in hopes to fit into them again in the future, and items that didn't fit as well anymore. Bottoms saw an increase as I slowly replaced wider legged trousers with slim fitted ones and also got some incredible deals on shorts and jeans; I also stocked up a bit on pencil skirts, my work staple. Dresses saw an increase mostly because I brought some that were at my parents home, into my current closet.