WoW WardrobeTools addon Dragonflight/Wrath of the Lich King Classic 2024
wow addon WardrobeTools


Game Version: 10.0.5
Total Downloads: 841
Updated: Feb 8, 2023
Created: Nov 2, 2022
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Known issues:

  • Appearance Collector may try to equip an already-collected item.

WardrobeTools is a simple World of Warcraft addon that streamlines transmog/appearance mailing and collection between alts. It has two functions:

  • Mailer: With one click, WardobeTools examines all BOE armor and weapons in your inventory, determines if you have collected the appearance from each, and if not, automatically mails each item to alts (of your choosing) that can equip them. This can be done with the “Send Transmogs” button that WardrobeTools adds to the default mailbox UI.
  • AppearanceCollector: Once your alts have received the mailed items, use /ac to display the AppearanceCollector button. Clicking the button will equip an uncollected appearance item from your inventory. Clicking the button again will equip the next uncollected item, and so forth, until all appearances have been collected from items in your inventory. The last click will swap back to your original equipment. To move the AppearanceCollector button, hold ALT and drag it.  

Quick Setup  

Mailer Setup

  • Open your mailbox (default UI).
  • Click the [>] button next to “Send Transmogs” to open WardrobeTools’ mailer settings.
  • In this menu, enter the names of your alts that you want to send each armor and weapon type to. These settings are saved separately for each realm and faction.
  • When finished, hover on “Send Transmogs” for a preview of which items will be mailed.
  • Then click “Send Transmogs” to mail the items. 

AppearanceCollector Usage

  • Log onto your alt(s) receiving the mail with appearances to be collected.
  • /ac shows the AppearanceCollector button. Clicking the button will equip the item on your character, collecting the appearance.
  • Once you have collected all appearances in your inventory, click the button one last time to equip the items you previously had equipped. 

Other commands

  • ALT + left click & drag: Moves the AppearanceCollector button.
  • Right click: Closes the AppearanceCollector button.
  • /ac reset – resets the position of the AppearanceCollector button.
  • /ac autoshow – toggles the autoshow feature on/off. When on, the AppearanceCollector button will automatically appear when you loot an item with an appearance you have not collected.


Advanced Feature: TradeSkillMaster Filtering! 

WardrobeTools’ mailer can now stop items from being mailed, based on values from TradeSkillMaster. (This is an entirely optional feature, WardrobeTools works without TSM too.) 

Let’s say you’ve finished running some old dungeons. Your inventory is full of BOEs. Some of these BOEs are appearances you haven’t collected. But some of those BOEs are also really valuable! You could sift through all of them one by one, send all the “worthless” BOEs to your alts to collect the appearance, and send the valuable BOEs to your auction house alt. That’s time consuming. Now WardrobeTools can decide whether to mail or not mail BOEs based on a TSM price source. 

For example, if you don’t want to collect appearances from BOEs with a DMarket value over 1000g, you can specify that in the settings. WardrobeTools will still mail uncollected items to your alts, unless an item has a DBMarket value over 1000g. Those items will stay in your inventory. You can then follow up with your normal TSM mailing operation to send the remaining valuable BOEs to your auction house alt. This is the recommended workflow: run WardrobeTools with TSM filtering first, then run your normal TSM mailing operations. 

To set this up, find the settings menu located in the mail window (with the mail recipient settings).  

Setting up TSM Filtering 

The TSM filter settings are located with the other settings accessible through the mailbox UI:

  • Enable TSM Filtering: Turns the TSM filter on and off.
  • TSM Price Source: any valid TradeSkillMaster price source (DBMarket, DBHistorical, etc.) or custom string.
  • Mail only if price source is less than: WardrobeTools will not mail items if the price source is greater than this value. Must be a numeric value, including two silver and two copper digits. (For example, 1000g must be inputted as 10000000). Don’t put a “g” or anything on the end.

If these settings aren’t valid or TSM isn’t installed, WardrobeTools will not send any mail until you fix the settings or un-check “Enable TSM filtering.”


IMPORTANT: TSM filtering only applies to MAILING. AppearanceCollector (/ac) does not look at TSM data. If there are valuable uncollected appearances in your inventory, /ac will not stop you from equipping them.


Do I need TradeSkillMaster to use WardrobeTools?

No. Open WardrobeTools’ settings, and uncheck “Enable TSM filtering.” WardrobeTools will then send items to your specified alts according to the other filters, regardless of value. 

What happened to using mouse scroll with AppearanceCollector? 

That was a bit of a risky and hidden feature, which might cause you to accidentally equip transmogs you want to sell. I’ve disabled the mouse scroll (but if you really want, you can re-enable it by un-commenting the two lines in the “BindMouseWheel” function in appearance_collector.lua).


Why am I getting an error about a tooltip?

WardrobeTools reads information from item tooltips to determine if you’ve collected the appearance or not. If you have other addons that affect item tooltips, they may interfere with WardrobeTools. Before reporting any errors, please ensure that the error occurs when all other addons are disabled.


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