“If you can’t see it, you won’t wear it!”
I am a firm believer of the above saying, but I guess it is only made possible by someone like Theresa Roemer.
I don’t have 3,000 square feet and three floors to house my clothes. But again, I don’t have 60 Birkin and 75 pairs of Louboutin, along with other stuff that costed upto a USD$2million worth of wardrobe.
So many blogs and online magazine had featured Mrs. Roemer, not about her being a former Miss Texas and Mrs. Houston of U.S.A., instead it is all about her USD$500,000 closet make-over.
But Theresa Roemer did mentioned few points that are very useful in planning a closet – well I guess it works even if you have a 300 sft space!
A) If you can’t see it, you won’t wear it – That’s true for everyone who says there is nothing to wear in the closet. Display them out and see how you can make use of them.
B) Place like item together – From a stylist point-of-view, it helps to widen available options and make styling easier. This is a good point.
C) Use good lighting – True that. Whether for make-up or selfie, good lighting is essential.
D) Use wall space– Hooks, pins, hangers and built-ins are the way to keep things organised and maximise the wall space.
Well, isn’t it useful?
Too spoilt? Yes and no. Her money spent on renovating the closet is enough to buy a supercar in the market, but most of the super rich has more than one supercar. That is couple billion sitting in the garage. Too much? You be the judge.
But, isn’t it tiring walking up and down just to get dressed up? Or there is a helper to pick up things? You bet.