One of the few AKVIS graphics utilities worth their expensive prices is AKVIS Decorator, now in version 7.0. It’s a texture resurfacer that first looks at the underlying features and draping, and then attempts to copy these in the new textured surface it lays on top.
Until now its main problem was that it was so grindingly slow, like 30 or 40 minutes for a simple shirt replacement. But I’ve just noticed that version 7.0 came out in summer 2019 and that… “the processing speed is 3 times faster”. Which is still going to mean “slow”, but not quite ‘banging your head against the table slow’.
Also in 7.0 it’s… “now possible to adjust the amount of blending between the texture and the manually selected color”.
Both the new 3x speed and the blending feature start to justify the $52 price tag ($82 for commercial use), for those who might find regular use for it on DAZ and Poser renders. I don’t know of anything similar that’s free, in GIMP or Krita or Paint.Net etc. There’s a free trial and a Photoshop plugin version, if you want to see how fast or slow Decorator runs on your PC.
Update: tested: it’s a heck of a lot faster than it used to be. Just remember to scale up the replacement texture. 100% = still a couple of minutes, but 200% = eight seconds.