And so, this is New York.
This is pretty much what I imagine Emily’s new apartment will look like when she’s through with it. You can’t see it at this angle but that’s actually Ryan O’Connell right outside her kitchen window, he needs to borrow some sugar?
I recently had a mental breakdown when I looked at my closet and realized the vast majority of the clothes I was keeping in it were either 1. Ugly 2. Falling apart 3. Already fallen apart or 4. Useless/Hadn’t been worn in over a year. Now, for Carrie Bradshaw types this is no big deal because they have a Mr. Big who can fix everything and buy them a MONSTER CREME WALK IN. But for everyone else, having a closet full of SHIT is a little devastating. “Oh…THIS is why I always feel like I never have anything to wear!” Exactly. In any case, my friend suggested getting rid of the junk and getting in some wood hangers. This is already getting kind of long so let me just cut to the chase.
Thought process as I’m buying wooden hangers:
WHOA WHAT? YOU COST ME HOW MANY DOLLARS????
Thought process after I get home from buying $60 worth of cherry wood hangers:
WHOA, WHAT? I NEED MORE??? HOW MANY CABLE KNITS DO I NEED, I ONLY HAVE ONE BACK??????
Thought process when I’m shopping now:
Yo, Forever 21 sequin skirt, you’re cute now but you probs won’t be after two washes…do you REALLY think you’re worth a $3 hanger??? (The answer is no because the hanger probably cost more than the sequin skirt.)
My closet is clean, only full of long-lasting basics that deserve to be displayed on swanky-ass hangers, and well, basically, I live in a boutique.
See? That was super helpful and now you want to raid Ikea’s accessories department!