|Twirly Girly: Susan Koger of Modcloth uses a electric rotating whirlygig like you see in the drycleaners|
|Mad Men-esque: Designer Shelley Cahan was suprised how popular this very graphic wallpaper and red roof was|
|Hollywood regency: Laura Francis (whose aunt dressed all the Hollywood greats) has everything displayed which makes her really consider her purchases: if a piece doesn't look good in here, it gets returned.|
|Baronial Lair flair: This is designer Ken Fulk's second amazing closet, but he still keeps his clothes in black bags with poloroids of the contents attached.|
|Ken Fulk's previous closet (read about it here) was out in the open in his loft, a former bondage factory, which was presided over by a stuffed lion. Fulk is on the board of ASPCA but says taxidermy is a "tribute to the animal not a morbid or macabre thing." He also has a giraffe.|
I returned to my closet - arrggh!!! which is basically the place I sling my stuff. I really hope it's not true that you can tell everything about their closet - mine is poorly lit and confused. However I have to say after putting all my clothes in colour order, I was ready, if not quite ready to "shop my wardrobe" as they espouse in all the fashion mags, at least I re-discovered a couple of things I've always liked and never really worn.
I've been cooing over pale pink for some time - especially these gorgiss pink photos over at Inge's place - and realised I've had a very noice indeed pink shirt for nigh-on eight years. But how do I wear this more casually?
|Re-dicovered this pale pink eight-year-old Philip Lim shirt. Need to find some way to wear more casually and still be warm (And how can this shirt have curry stains, I didn't even have curry on Saturday night...)|
What's your closet philosophy - Carefully Curated, If In Doubt Chuck It Out or...The More The Merrier?