the sunday brief | 3 easy steps to clean your closet

  1. Amy K says:

    Great post, and so timely… I was literally planning on tackling that (or at least beginning it) tonight. Thank you for the great filter questions to see if it stays or goes! Its been about 8 months and it really shows it. And I’m one of those that hangs on to things too long. I love the beautiful ceiling light… and the stackable tray unit… my jewelry is a bit out of hand at the moment. Thank you again!

    • beth djalali says:

      i think jewelry is the hardest to tame. good luck! let me know how your edit goes. i always feel a sense of accomplishment when i weed things out and ship them off!

  2. Rebecca Saffer says:

    I love the way your wardrobe and shoes are displayed. The openness of the space lends itself, I think, to playing around with outfits and creating new looks. Although I have enough closet space in my studio apartment, I would really not be able to open up the closets like you do because it would not be possible to close this area off. I don’t keep a very large wardrobe so this makes getting dressed easier. However, on the other hand, there isn’t a lot of wiggle room for experimentation. Some great advice here, Beth!

    • beth djalali says:

      this space makes my job so much easier because i can actually see my clothes from my desk. studios do have the pros and cons but it sounds as if you have some nice closet space. i’m envisioning mary tyler moore’s studio apartment with an amazing walk-in closet. gosh, i loved that show! and her wardrobe.

  3. Oh wow ruthless indeed with the closet edit process. Your closet space is sooo appealing, its like a boutique.
    I edit every month. In the crazyness of it all I try to find at least one garment I have not worn in a while and incorporate it into my every day wear. I put an outfit together and evaluate the garment throughout the day. By the end of the day I know if it’s a keeper or not.

  4. Emma Peach says:

    I’m so envious of your super organized closet! I’m desperate to revamp what my husband calls “the disaster room” in our house. I need to go to Ikea and get some shelves, go through the piles of clothes and sort out the mess!

    Emma xxx

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