So, it’s no secret that I am a sucker for a pretty dress, in fact I am known to buy them and then not even wear them – please tell me I am not alone in this? Alongside a whole host of pretty dresses I have developed what is commonly known as a floordrobe.
It’s ridiculous really because I always tell myself that I have enough dresses and to wear what I have and then along comes a new LadyVolup offering or the ASOS sale and I am sucked in again – they make it so hard to resist!
Don’t get me wrong, I don’t regret It too much, after all there are so many different and beautiful patterns out there! So, in 2016 I have decided to do something about it! Now don’t panic, that doesn’t mean not buying so many dresses – it means coming up with a solution to this floordrobe problem!
And that’s where you guys come in! I know that so many of you will have loads and loads of clothes and probably have spectacular storage set ups – and I wanna know about them! I’ve had a look at some options but it all seems so overwhelming, I don’t know where to begin!
I know that there are some brilliant options out there when it comes to clothes hangers and shoe storage ideas – I just need to know what they are! Do you go for just a hanging rail? Storage box? A well organised wardrobe – I wanna know it all!
On top of that, I wanna know how you decorate your room and what you do with accessories. I have seen some great necklace holders and hangers but I just don’t know what I want to do!
I know this is a bit of a different post from me, but I gathered you guys are the experts! I have no doubt that I am not alone with the dreaded floordrobe problem, so maybe we can all work together and get a solution going. After all, 2016 is bound to be full of more and more pretty dresses so I need to know where to put them all!
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