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post #301 of 311
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Originally Posted by HirshΒ View Post

Here it is finally:

5 sweaters (under black covers)
15 shirts
19 jeans(some hangers have 2 pairs because there wasn't room for any more hangers
8 assorted coats and jackets(under cloth covers to protect them)

No new purchases until next year when I need new shirts, plus I'll wear my way around the jeans until I need more:
🐱
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Originally Posted by HirshΒ View Post

Going to be updated soon

3 sweaters donated to charity because of wool allergy

Can't face trying the 2 new cashmere ones in case I'm allergic to those as well, just stick to thermal vests under shirts all winter

Also might get a new shirt from boyfriend for Christmas, if I'm lucky!!

Long list of Kop wants for next year as well!
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Originally Posted by HirshΒ View Post

Might sell the Burberry coat, because its a mix of cashmere and wool, and I've got an allergy to wool

If so, either I'll buy a new coat, or I'll have the bespoke cashmere lined Japanese Calf trenchcoat which I bought in 2008 tailored to fit better

Haven't been well enough to update..

3 jumpers gone to charity because of wool allergy

Finished with boyfriend so no new shirt, but don't really mind

Coat hasn't sold yet- might give it to my mum or sister if it doesn't sell because of the wool content😭🐱
Edited by Hirsh - 11/29/14 at 10:17pm
post #302 of 311
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Originally Posted by HirshΒ View Post



Haven't been well enough to update..

3 jumpers gone to charity because of wool allergy

Finished with boyfriend so no new shirt, but don't really mind

Coat hasn't sold yet- might give it to my mum or sister if it doesn't sell because of the wool content😭🐱

If the Β£2,500 Burberry coat hasn't sold before Christmas, it's my mums XMAS present πŸ’πŸ±πŸ±
post #303 of 311
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Originally Posted by HirshΒ View Post

If the Β£2,500 Burberry coat hasn't sold before Christmas, it's my mums XMAS present πŸ’πŸ±πŸ±

Actually my mum's quite short...I think I'll gove it to my sister, who is bigger if it doesn't sell, for Christmas πŸ’πŸ±πŸ±
post #304 of 311
No one gives a fuck
post #305 of 311
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Originally Posted by skeen7908Β View Post

No one gives a fuck

You need your mouth washing out with dettol, you foul mouthed lout.

One more insult and I'm reporting you to the mods

Btw I'll have a new Thomas Mason blue tuxedo shirt to add to my collection soon!☺️
post #306 of 311
I'll post my entire closet either on New Years Eve or New Years Day 2015

Then it'll be really up to dateπŸ’πŸ±πŸ±
post #307 of 311
My closet.
post #308 of 311
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Originally Posted by MikeDTΒ View Post

My closet.

I bet you look great in it!!!!!

Hahahaha!!!!!πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ±
post #309 of 311
SWEET GOD!!!!!

How did I miss this thread? I've been searching for this information for more than two weeks and started a thread seeking this.

Thank you thank you thank you Styleforum!

Closet, be prepared to be transformed into functional beauty. Paint, shelving, and more lighting will be added.
post #310 of 311
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Originally Posted by atomsΒ View Post

I finally got around to doing my closet space "Home Improvement" project. I forgot to take any "before" photos before I took the two huge sliding doors off. But I'm so sick of them.

This is a work in progress, few things left:
  • Ordering a set of ceiling mounted hospital rails and intend to hang a curtain from them. The two sliding doors are not being put back.
  • Have to take it all apart at some point in the future in order to repair the walls and repaint.
  • While apart, I intend to stain it.

My home is very small (and cheap) so I didn't want to put any real money into this. Total cost was ~$125 dollars so far and about 4 hours of my time to this point. You could probably do it for about $60 if you use construction grade wood and metal rods. I seriously considered some of the +$100 store bought packages but I didn't want particle board and I didn't need shelves. But I did need "something" in between in order to make two rows of rods.

Here is my part list (all from a popular home improvement store)
  • 3x rod sockets (brushed nickle)
  • 96" oak rod (cut in two pieces for the right side)
  • 72" oak rod (for the left side)
  • 1x12x8 pine (finish quality) for top shelf.
  • 1x12x6 pine (finish quality)Β for vertical separator.
  • 2x2x6 pine (finish quality) to serve as anchor point between vertical piece and backer.
  • 1x4x6 pine (cheap!) to server as backer (attached to stud)

One of my primary concerns was not having my shirts cramped. This gave me a lot more room, and it'll look nicer when complete. I moved some of the extra items no longer there into storage.Β I know it's not "nice" but it's a solid improvement and I'm very happy with it.


Before photo (forgot to take one that had the sliding doors installed)



After photo:




After, showing center column:



Where did you get the kit for making two rows to hang shirts?
post #311 of 311
god this thread is once again a pleasure to visit
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