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show us your closet

Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by driveslowk, Jun 5, 2009.

  1. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Is that spring cleaning my closet haha!
     
  2. joewood

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    Ah! Now I see the difference.
     
  3. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    :)
    :):):)
     
  4. meso

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    Different sheets.
     
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  5. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    No, 2 shirts, 2 jeans less, 1 new shirt:)

    Total -31 pieces

    9 coats or jackets
    8 jeans
    2 jumpers
    12 shirts

    Not enough!!!!!!!
     
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  6. Hirsh

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    Will update soon as 15 year old shearling coat retired to charity shop:):)
     
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    bad move
     
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  10. Hirsh

    Hirsh Senior member

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    Won't update until August possibly as having clear out - everything over 15 years old must go, plus I ordered 4 Thomas Pink pink shirts yesterday.

    Will leave me 2 empty wooden hangers to fill...:)
     
  11. Rais

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    B-bb-but what about the clothing ban??
     
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  12. orlais

    orlais Well-Known Member

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    Here's some of my wardrobe. The rest is boring - just plastic boxes sorted into socks, underwear, accessories etc
     
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  13. juven

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    Nice hangers, who makes them?
     
  14. orlais

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    Ikea funnily enough! They're called 'boomerang hangers'. Cost about $10 per set of 8 which is pretty good considering they are 100% wood.
     
  15. Hirsh

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    Broken!

    Too boring!!!

    Plus I lost some clothes due to hospital MRSA contamination...

    So good excuse to go shopping!

    So far:

    4 shirts

    4 pairs jeans=12 pairs and new denim ban:)

    Deposit on custom boots

    Wardrobe won't take any more as I use bulky walnut hangers!
     
  16. Hirsh

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    Mine needs updating with 4 new shirts and 4 pairs of jeans - I'll do this when I get home after my mini break!:)
     
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    That's good. You wouldn't want to be boring.
     
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  18. NaTionS

    NaTionS Senior member

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    Man you aussies are getting ripped off. I replaced all my plastic hangers with those same Ikea ones a while back and they cost $4 for 8 here.
     
  19. Coldsnap

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    I've had a set of wood Ikea hangers for like 10 years now. Surprise they are still intact.
     
  20. potemkin_city_limits

    potemkin_city_limits Senior member

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    This is my main closet. Its an Ikea wardrobe unit. Since it is currently summer here I have stored all my heavier sweaters on the top shelf. The hanging area is for all of my button down shirts. It is almost entirely Klaxon Howl, Mister Freedom, RRL, and Wallace and Barnes shirts. I have a few pairs of shorts folded below that followed by the pants rack. Below that is a drawer where I keep most of my socks and underwear as well as some bow ties and small miscellaneous items. The bottom drawer is where I keep some lighter sweaters for any cooler evenings as well as a box where I store all my cufflinks and tie bars.

    I have another closet where I keep most of my jackets and a few suits but it has sliding doors so it is much harder to photograph.


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    I forgot to mention. The hanger on the far right is where I hang all my ties. I used to own at least 150 ties and I kept them all nicely rolled up in a drawer but I realized I only ever wore 5-10 of them so I sold most of them and kept only my favourites.
     
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