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Closet Photo Contest - Win one of Three $250 Hanger Project Gift Certificates

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by kirbya, Nov 19, 2012.

  1. kirbya

    kirbya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Gentlemen -

    To kick-off this year's Holiday Season, The Hanger Project is offering each of three winners a $250 Gift Certificate to The Hanger Project and two shirts from Ledbury. Contest is simple: just upload a photograph of your closet! Contest ends December 2 and winners will be chosen soon afterwards and with enough time for you to use the Gift Certificate towards your holiday shopping!

    Enter here: https://promoshq.wildfireapp.com/website/6/contests/302079

    Feel free to post pictures in under this thread also.

    Cheers,

    Kirby
    Kirby Allison's Hanger Project

    UPDATE: Due to many feeling that their closets aren't organized at all (myself included), we have amended the contest to just be a "Closet Photo Contest" and not require photo entry to win.

    Don't forget to enter on Wildfire (link above) to be eligible to win!
     
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  2. TheTukker

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    I wonder how Victor's closet look like with all his bespoke clothes...
     
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    Naa man, more like this.

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    kirbya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Love it. As of now, that would be the winner.

    I just had my closet re-done. Loving it. My space increased by a factory of 4x. All this new empty rod space makes me want to go get more clothing...
     
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    Empty closet space is a strangely foreign and completely terrifying possibility.
     
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    I definitely lose for now.
     
  11. kirbya

    kirbya Senior member Affiliate Vendor

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    Perhaps this should have been the "Most (Dis)Organized Photo Contest" with the winner judged based on absurdity. I'm open to changing the rules.
     
  12. TiberiasUSA

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    they'd def need the hangers :)
     
  13. Hampton

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    Strange, with all this nice clothes posted on this forum I thought many people would flash off there sexy walk-in-closet.
     
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    Shouldn't the most disorganized closet win this? A well organized closet doesn't need more hangers and organizing hangers.

    Mines a disaster area, I could win that no problem.
     
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    Looking forward to seeing the theme changed and seeing some true wtf/hoarder-level closets
     
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  17. Naka

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    MoL posted a crazy picture of boxes and boxes of shoes all crammed into a small-looking space, I'd like to see more like that too.
     
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    How about a walk-in dining room?

    View from living room..
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    My entry for most/least organized closet/dining room. I moved into an old 2 bedroom house with no closets. Forumite nightmare. Fortunately I probably have fewer clothes than your typical forumite and everything was packed into these hanging wardrobe boxes. I've been using them for this makeshift closet.

    Panorama. Kitchen to the left.
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    View from kitchen.
    Things I'm carrying/wearing are hung. Casual pants and shirts in the wardrobe boxes are relatively within reach.
    Using laddered hangers to keep 25-30 pairs packed in each wardrobe box saves space. Some ties and a couple of shelf/drawers in the back. The little door is not a closet alas but a furnace. No closets here.
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    Casual shirts in the canvas organizer are easily accessed. I dress mostly casual. Organizer is bending and ready to break after 3 months.
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    Suits, sportcoats, and outerwear that need to be accessible, nicer stuff in canvas. Belts hung in the distance.
    I recommend an all metal garment rack like this one. It's bending but will hold up.
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    Stacked wardrobe boxes with suits and sportcoats below and trousers up top. Tough to get to but not worn often.
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    Left to right, coats and jackets in wardrobe boxes, sweaters in a trunk, footwear put away in the flat boxes, and some shirts. I keep current rotation shoes near the front door.
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    My t-shirts, underwear, and socks are in a dresser in the bedroom. One of the tall wardrobe boxes and a couple of bags here belong to my wife. Her clothes take up the 2 bedrooms in similar fashion. She will not have them photographed :embar:
     
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  20. philosophe

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    How about a follow-up "most disorganized" contest for some cheer after the holidays?
     

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