Two weeks ago, I went live on Instagram with Shira Gill for a curated closet makeover. We’ve worked together in the past (see my kitchen transformation here). A little over a year ago, we turned this random corner of our bedroom into my walk-in closet. However, it didn’t take long before all that space filled up with clutter. That’s when I enlisted Shira Gill to help me curate my closet, define my signature style and purge the clutter. It was so fun to go through each piece in my closet together with you guys, see what you liked most, what I couldn’t part with and have Shira guide me through how to organize it.
One of the most frequently asked questions as I went through my closet on Instagram was where I shop most. Over the years I’ve really defined my signature style. Jenni Kayne, Madewell, Esby Apparel, Free People, J.Jill, and Anthropologie make up 95% of my closet.
The things I’ve held on to longest and most frequently wear always seem to be made of natural materials like linen, cotton, wool or silk. I usually avoid patterns because they seem to date an outfit and I tire of them more quickly. The exception for patterns seems to be on long maxi dresses. Long, floating, floral dresses seem to be my signature staple all summer long. Scroll down to shop everything in my closet!
Shira just opened her Get Organized Masterclass and I couldn’t recommend it enough! Shira has guided me to living well and intentionally over the last four years. Her constant wealth of knowledge, simple and clear delivery and charming demeanor make her one of my dearest friends. Her guided organization courses are the exact tool you need right now while sheltering-in-place.
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