Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Pretty OCD

Cosmetic heiress Aerin Lauder's dressing room. So very 1%


A fun event calendar she created.
Every girl wants a dressing room. A whole room to herself to spread out clothes and accessories to keep from digging through crammed closets and drawers looking for just the right thing to wear. If you've drooled over Mariah Carey's or Ralph Lauren's you may be wondering if it's within reach for the 99%. It probably is if you don't need that extra bedroom for an office or guests. I've been surviving with half a closet and two drawers for twenty nine years so I'm a little jealous of my daughter's set up that her husband created for her. It is supposed to be a bedroom, but what girl wouldn't want this instead? 
There is a clothespin (how apropos!) for each day of the month and the date is used to hang the invitation or ticket for that date's event.

My son in law put up racks with shelves and matching hangers all around the room. The colored tabs on the hangers represent some elaborate clothing rotation system that she has explained to me several times and I still don't understand. 


Neatness counts! 


A place for everything and everything in its place...


Nice to be able to see your choices!


A girl can't have too many mirrors...


We were on our way to Mama Mia and Bossy insisted I wear this shirt she bought in Greece.

My other shirt was really cute, I promise!

You can sort of see how she earned the nickname "Bossy."

Yet another place to keep track of what's going on, and of course, you have to have good lighting and music!


A hook on the wall is a handy way to store your bag.



Entry to the dressing room. Rise and shine! (And check the {one of 4} calendar)

FOUR CALENDARS. Hence the title of this post.

3 comments:

  1. Fantastic advice. I really need to clean out my closet. I like what you said about being able to see my choices. I spend way too much time digging through my closet to find something.

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  2. Most of us spend too much time looking for things, GirlieBlogger! That's an area I need to work on myself. Thanks for reading! Really enjoy your blog as well!

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