We’re definitely out of the closet!
C and I are having a bit a spring clean round here and part of that is taking everything out of our closets, storing away winter clothes and freshening up the summer clothes.
So while we were finishing up the organising I complained to C that I haven’t posted in a few days, the photo challenges are Artificial light, and patterns, and didn’t know what to post. She said, “look”.
So I give you:
Our clean and organised closets, with tons of interesting patterns and overhead lights.
And this is C’s. The pink dress is for a Saturday wedding she’s going to.
I love Sarah Jessica Parker’s saying, “I like to see where my money is; hanging in my closet.” But our stuff is only about 10% really expensive designer had-to-haves, 25% vintage, 25% pret a porter, and the rest is an assortment of travel finds, imports, hand-me-ups, (C’s case hand-me-downs), and one or two pieces of wearable art which we probably will never wear but is fun to have.
Now to go take away that huge charity bag in the hallway.
Congratulations on that task completed , I am procrastinating !
Lol, Kathryn, that’s my usual modus operandi! 🙂
Me tooooooooooooooooooooo : )
You too Kathryn? It feels good, doesn’t it? Now I don’t want to close the door. 🙂
All you needed was a book in there… 😉
Yes Becca, but the comfy bed is so close… 🙂
Jane @ Native Leaf
If only most of us can have such an organized closet! 🙂
Lol, Jane, happens twice/year. Max. 🙂
I love seeing people’s closets. It feels so great when you clean up and organize a closet! Good for you. 🙂
Me too Cathy! I’m so nosy… 🙂
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Hi Veronica! Thanks for confirming back to me that this is the blog you will be using for the France link party! MERCI!!! Anita
OH, and the contents of the closet are GREAT!!!!!! Love the salmon colored dress hanging on the door! Anita
LOVE that photo
Thank you Maggid. 🙂
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I love that you don’t have giant walk-in closets. I thought I was the only girl in the western world without a walk-in closet. Good reminder for me to reorganize mine. I’ve pulled out my summer clothes, but have not culled all the winter ones yet.
Hi Kristen, this little cottage is 1920s so the closets are the perfect size for a 1920s non-consumerist girl. I like that. 🙂 Good luck with the culling and organising. It’s so worth it. 🙂