I conducted my first closet audit for my dear friend, Lisa, about 8 years ago. I will never forget our heated debate over a silver dress with the snake silkscreened up the thigh. She fought valiantly for that dress, which is why I love her. Since then, I’ve audited Tamie, Cheryl, Jessica, Jessica, and Eric’s closets too. So when Erin said,
“Debbie, can you help me clean out my closet?”
I said HELL YES.
Nobody wants limp slumpy boots. You love your boots enough to help them to stand proud and erect, like a row of little soldiers ready to protect you from the cold.
If your boots tend to slump, you can give them a hand by simply rolling up a magazine and putting it in the shaft of the boot.
Isn’t that better?
I’d love to know your tips and tricks to keep a shipshape closet!
I’ve been in the advertising and design industry since high school, and twenty years into this rodeo, I’ve learned that clients have a fantasy about agency life. There is a belief that “creatives” work in an environment that is supremely intelligent, sexy, fun, surprising, and slightly magical. No cubes, no TPS reports, no “grind.” They think that agencies are full of misfits, artists, and heavy drinkers. Everyone is one step ahead of fashion trends, and none of us vacation because we’re too busy traveling.