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Heart Evangelista Shares Her Closet Organization Secrets On Her New Website

There's an actual method to her wardrobe magic!

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Photography: @iamhearte on Instagram

Heart Evangelista is on a roll—she shot an ad campaign for a French label, and was the toast of the fashion world when she was featured as a “real Crazy Rich Asian” in Harper’s Bazaar.

The actress continues to ride on her winning streak by recently launching her own website, Lovemarieescudero.com, which features behind-the-scenes stories and photos of her adventures in fashion and beauty, and what appears to be a shopping section. It reads like a more formal, beautifully photographed, in-detail version of her much-followed Instagram account.

“Lovemarieescudero.com is a culmination of my passions, loves, and life experiences,” the actress writes in an Instagram post dated September 2, 2018. “I can’t wait for all of you to get to know more of me. Welcome to my world.”

One of her first posts in the web site is “A Tour of my Closet + Organisation Tips,” where she shares her secrets on her impeccably organized (and enviable) wardrobe in her toile de jouy-decorated walk-in-closet. Here are some of them:

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1. Color-coordinate your wardrobe when hanging it

In the post, Heart writes: “color coordination is the key to keeping your wardrobe organized.” In her walk-in-closet, her shirts and dresses are hung on by color: all black, all white, all brights, and so forth.

2. Invest in a dehumidifier

You’d wonder how the actress can keep her many designer bags in tiptop shape. The actress shares her secret: “One of the best investments I’ve made for my home is a dehumidifier for my wardrobe. It does wonders for maintaining the leather quality of bags or shoes.” A dehumidifier prevents mold—the number one enemy of leather—from growing. You can buy a dehumidifier online for around P2,000 and up at Shopee.

3. Organize your shoes by type

It may come as second nature to store your shoes by color, but Heart recommends going one step further by organizing your pairs by type (open-toe, peep-toe, pumps, flats, etc.). This way, when you view the shoes on the shelves, there is a uniformity of shoe size and style, and it won’t look too cluttered.

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For more of Heart’s tips, visit lovemarieescudero.com

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