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A Look Inside the Closets of Fashion Influencers

Learn chic organizing ideas from these fashionistas

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Photography: Camille Co on Youtube

There's always been interest in how fashion bloggers live beyond Instagram—their styling hacks, photo-editing techniques, shopping secrets, and, of course, how huge their closets must be. To answer the latter, we rounded up our favorite bloggers' closet tours below. Watch and see for yourself! 

Camille Co

For Camille Co, her bags and shoes are her most prized fashion items that deserve to be showcased. Hence, she displays them in glass closets that are modular and spacious enough to fit them all.

Kryz Uy

Kryz enlisted the help of a local furniture store to help her build a customized shoe shelf, but did you know that her current favorite pairs are stored in a different closet? In the video below, she even revealed her storage system for when she gets new clothes!

Laureen Uy

When it comes to organization, Laureen has got it all figured out. Her solution to sorting everything that's sent to her mail is to have a walk-in "office" where she can easily see all the new stuff. 

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Nicole Andersson

Nicole's walk-in closet is strategically organized so she can reach for an item depending on her event's dress code. Whenever she needs to clean out her closet, she participates in pre-loved sales to find a new home for her old clothes.

Aimee Song

Aimee's trick in organizing her closet is to color-coordinate her tops and sort her shoes according to type. This way, she knows where to find them whenever she's specifically looking for a piece to complete her look. Smart!

Chriselle Lim

While the aforementioned bloggers have already shown us how they organize their closets at home, Chriselle Lim's video demonstrates how her hotel room transforms into a makeshift closet (and runway!) when she attends fashion week.

 

This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Realliving.com.ph editors.

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