Kylie Jenner’s Massive Closet Has TikTok Comparing It to a Mall — Watch the Video

Kylie Jenner’s Massive Closet Has TikTok Comparing It to a Mall — Watch the Video

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Based on her frequent wardrobe changes, one could assume Kylie Jenner has quite the wardrobe. The makeup mogul went ahead and confirmed those suspicions in a recent TikTok.
In a video posted on Saturday evening, Kylie explained that she had intended to film a complete “get ready with me” video for her followers. However, technical difficulties ensued, and instead, she pivoted to a clip that featured her deciding on a purse. “I’m upset, because I filmed a whole get dressed with me for you guys, and I lost it,” she says. “So now I’m dressed…and you can help me pick a bag.”

Serving as Kylie Jenner‘s virtual stylist is noteworthy enough, but it’s her massive closet that’s drawn the attention of TikTok. The room, which is perhaps bigger than my apartment, features long walls of accessories.

After deciding on a purse, Kylie poses in front of a different section of the closet. Floor-to-ceiling displays are again featured behind her. Taking the camera with her as she prepares to exit the room/miniature mall, she shows followers her sunglasses display, which basically looks like a mall kiosk, complete with mirror. On the back side of her sunglasses, you can briefly see what looks to be a hat display.

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Followers compared the closet to a “whole mall,” with one TikTok user writing, “none of us can relate.” Some noted the appearance of an echo, presumably a reflection of the space’s large size, while others pointed to what sound like music being piped through the room. “The elevator music in the back,” wrote one person. Another added, “The wall behind u is like a billion dollars.”
While some users asked to borrow a purse, another genius wrote, “kylie can you buy me an iphone, my parents won’t because they don’t like iPhone, but they gotta understand quality over quantity.”
As TikTok waits for a closet tour, the jokes continued, with one person writing, “THIS IS A CLOSET??? girl i thought you was at the store.”
This isn’t the first time we’ve gotten a peek at Kylie’s closet. In a previous clip, Stormi made an appearance, trying on Kylie’s many shoes. It appears as if Stormi will definitely have an assortment of clothing to choose from as she ages. In fact, Kylie recently confessed that she does plan to pass down her Met Gala dresses to her daughter.
Originally published in Teenvogue.com
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Vogue’s Ultimate 10 Step Guide to a New Year Wardrobe Clear-Out

Vogue’s Ultimate 10 Step Guide to a New Year Wardrobe Clear-Out

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If you never get round to organizing your closet during the early stages of the pandemic, what better time to do a proper wardrobe clear-out than at the start of a new year? Whether you’ve suddenly discovered you’ve splurged on too many tracksuits (although, we wouldn’t automatically dismiss them right now) or want to shake up your style, you’ve got to first take stock of what you’ve already got.
Think of it as a juice cleanse: nobody wants to do it, but once it’s over, you’ll be glad you did. Below, a step-by-step guide to refreshing your closet.

1. Set dedicated time aside
A proper wardrobe overhaul is no mean feat, so don’t rush it. It’s best to carve out a dedicated time slot – a weekend, say – to complete your mission. Set aside at least a day, even if you’re naturally organized. A thorough detox is guaranteed to take longer than you think.
2. Scope out an idea of what you want from your wardrobe
“Spend time mood-boarding your dream style and exploring your vision for your own wardrobe,” says Charlie Collins, wardrobe guru and founder of Creative Wardrobe. “This can be really fruitful before a wardrobe cleanse to gain clarity and inspiration.” Focus on things you do and don’t like about your style and elements you’d like to retain or change. Having clarity before embarking upon a cleanse is key.
3. Organised chaos
Once you’ve freed up your diary, embrace the hot mess that your bedroom will inevitably become. It’s only temporary. Remove everything from your wardrobe, organize the items into piles that make sense, and start the cull. Keep a supply of large bags (not bin bags, they could split) to hand, so that you can set aside any unwanted items to be transported to their new destination.
4. Do you really need it?
You think you need the cream jumper, but do you actually wear the cream jumper? Covid-19 has turned our approach to getting dressed on its head. Many of the things you own likely went many months without an outing. But what about before that? If you hadn’t worn the jumper for more than six months in the Before Times, you’re highly unlikely to wear it now. Be brutal. Anything you no longer wear goes on the “no” pile.
5. No, really…
For some, it’s not easy to bid farewell to staples that are sentimental somehow. If you’re wavering, get a second opinion from a friend who will be honest with you. Share WhatsApp snaps of the items in your “maybe” pile and get a final decision from someone who can be objective.
6. There’s a new life out there
Whether it’s giving your items to local charity shop, a friend or relative, or an organization like Smart Works – which provides women with quality workwear, skills, and employment confidence – donating is a fulfilling prospect. Or, of course, there’s resale: a smart way to make the most of your pre-loved pieces (never regard them as “unwanted”). Sites like Depop, Vinted, Vestiaire Collective, and Hewi provide all the tools you need to shift your goods for cash – they’re wonderfully user-friendly. Rental, too, is an option (see below).
7. See what you can monetize 
If you’re not quite ready to permanently part ways with a piece, try renting it out instead via peer-to-peer lending platforms like By Rotation or Hurr Collective, where – bonus! – you can also browse the wardrobes of fellow fashion fans. Rotaro, Cocoon Club, Hardly Ever Worn It, Onloan and MyWardrobeHQ are other rental sites worth surfing.
8. Replenish responsibly 
“Invest in pieces that will stand the test of time and are made well,” stresses Collins. Whether it’s scouring the resale offerings of the aforementioned sites, vintage treasure hunting, or investing in forever pieces that you can see yourself wearing for many years to come, ensure that you’re broaching new additions with a conscious mindset. “There are lots of brands that hold their value really well in the world of resale so if you shop thoughtfully, you should always be able to reclaim some of your item’s value,” she adds.
9. Don’t overlook anything
A wardrobe detox must take in gym gear, nightwear, and lingerie. Tackle these elements after your everyday wear but before those tricky sentimental pieces. No one is putting a gun to your head, so don’t feel obliged to purge your wardrobe of things you genuinely don’t want to live without in the name of space-saving. Do consider investing in some neat storage containers, though.
10. Tag on means time to go
Save for the odd lockdown purchase that still needs a real-life road test, it goes without saying that anything that has been gathering dust in your wardrobe with the tag still attached should not survive the detox. Pieces that are BNWT (Gen-Z speak for “brand new with tags”), are more attractive on resale sites, so get snapping and uploading.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

12 Quick Fixes to Refresh Your Wardrobe in 2021

12 Quick Fixes to Refresh Your Wardrobe in 2021

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One word to bear in mind when contemplating your 2021 wardrobe? “Investment.” Owning an arsenal of enduring staples is a failsafe way to approach the new year; nothing beats an interchangeable capsule of pieces that you can transition from season to season.
Don’t be fooled – versatility doesn’t mean plain and boring. Animal prints, zingy lime green hues, and embellished cardigans are trends worth carrying through until spring, while Zoom-friendly statement jewelry that saw us through lockdown should also be utilized in the coming months.
Follow Vogue’s 12-step guide to refreshing your rail in the new year.
Seek a sculptural statement
Givenchy fall/winter 2020. Photo: Courtesy

The Zoom-friendly earring has become a global sensation, and there are plenty of options that will turn heads – virtually and IRL.
Upgrade your cardigan
Miu Miu autumn/winter 2020. Photo: Courtesy

The cardigan has long been liberated from the realms of prissy propriety. This season, go even further by transforming yours into a chic accessory: tie across your décolletage and pin with a glittering brooch.
Add a dash of lime
Bottega Veneta fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

No longer simply a way to enliven your drink, lime is key to this winter’s palette. Whether a peekaboo flash, or worn full-look, it’s a standout shade.
Turn on to tassels
Prada fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

Transform your denim into eveningwear by investing in fringed sandals. The hint of tassels beneath the hems will provide instant glamour.
More than a one trick pony
Loewe; Victoria Beckham fall/winter 2020. Photo: Courtesy

When we say animal prints are in, we don’t mean just spots and stripes – but illustrations of everything from foxes to monkeys. Look to Victoria Beckham, Loewe and Alexander McQueen for a full menagerie.
Sequins for day
Valentino fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

These tiny sparkling discs are more versatile than you think. Take your cues from Valentino and dress them down for daytime with slouchy tailoring and a chunky pair of boots.
Spray your Latex
Saint Laurent fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

Baby powder has often been utilized by habitual Latex wearers. But we recommend dry shampoo as a mess-free alternative – spray on your limbs and shimmy in with ease.
A twist on pearls
Marc Jacobs fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

Channel the full fashion force of American political powerhouse Kamala Harris and wear your pearls with a twist.
Tie it up
Cara Delevigne. Photo: Getty

The skinny tie is back. Make like Cara and knot yours with precision for the new take on tailoring.
Protect yourself
An attendee at the spring/summer 2021 shows at Paris Fashion Week. Photo: Getty

This season’s true must-have accessory isn’t a bag or a shoe, it’s a face mask. Find yourself a fashionable one to complement any outfit while staying safe.
Elevated accessories
Fendi fall/winter 2020. Photo: Getty

Why have one bag when you can have several? Buzzy charms, clip on pouches and mini purses are the ultimate way to pep up your bag.
Try tinsel
JW Anderson fall/winter 2020. Photo: Courtesy

A festive alternative to fringing? Tinsel. Marc Jacobs, JW Anderson and Valentino’s sparkle will even turn a tracksuit into something special.
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Originally published on Vogue.co.uk

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