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Welcome to my blog. I live in Sydney and love living on the water but I like to be part of the Global Shopping Experience. My other favourite cities are New York, Paris, Rome,Tokyo & London and I would love to travel more around the World. I like to surround myself with dynamic and energetic people and luxurious things: Pink Champagne Afternoon Tea with Royal Albert Lady Carlyle; Wedgwood and Royal Doulton enhanced by Pale Pink and White Peonies; Yves Delormes Linen; Enjoy Lighting and Glasshouse Perfumed Candles; Crystal cut lamps and a great selection of music. Well cut designer suits, dresses and coats; White Gold Jewellery; Designer SHOES and handbags as well as hats; scarves; gloves; sunglasses; fun Mimco Jewellery accessories and Holster Bling flats are included in my organised pinklily wardrobe. My life must include going to the Theatre; Dancing and Fine Dining. I like to spend time Listening to Music especially Jazz by Diana Krall; Reading my favourite Fashion Magazines, Vogue, Harpers Bazaar and Vanity Fair with a cup of cappuccino at my side; Swimming in the pool; or experiencing Sydney Cafe Life and amazing Restaurants. Must mention how I enjoy spending time with my iMac; being part of a wide world of social media; My Blog; Twitter; Pinterest; Facebook; & chatting on my iPhone. I love challenges, new experiences, expanding my world and learning about great new ideas in design and style. Time spent with creative, people is interesting and exciting. I thrive on discovering new knowledge and enjoy researching and sharing new up to date ideas and media stories in Luxury Living; Style; Design; Fashion; Beauty; Entertainment and Travel . I will be blogging about living a life of luxury and I need to be organised to do all of this. Hope you join me in this journey. Enjoy GJB

Wednesday, 16 November 2011


 All ORGANISED and Pretty in PINK
What can I wear? 
I haven't got anything to wear?
I can't find that top.
I don't know why I bought that!
I don't like that on me.
Where is that other shoe?
Ahhh! My room is such a mess........I'm late 
If you want to change this daily wardrobe disaster, then I recommend       making some decisions to make your life easier.                                        Be brave, it will be worth it.

The first big step is to take out everything in your wardrobe and ask the following questions about each item in your wardrobe. Do I look good in this? Does it flatter my figure and make me feel confident?  Is this a good colour for ME? Is this still fashionable? Have I worn this in the last 6 months? 
If the answer is "NO" to any of these questions, then you need to CULL these items. They have to go.
If they are in good condition and clean, then you can fold them up and plan to take them to a charity shop. 

Hangers take up a big part of your wardrobe and they can be problematic They break or click your clothes or are just too bulky and take up too much room. I recommend checking out the range of products on the  Pinklily website. 
There is a video on the website about these "hangtastic" hangers and their benefits. I love the pink range, but they are available in other colours. The most amazing thing about replacing your old hangers with these hangers is that you gain so much extra space.  The products are available on the Pinklily hangtastic page on the website as well as on TVSN who regularly have scheduled shows with the owner of the company Sascha Griffin on Channel 176 on Foxtel or on the TVSN website. Sascha also has a Facebook page and has periodic special Pinklily offers for members on a selection 
of her range. Extended longline hangers are 
available for coats and suits that have 
large collars.

Don't forget to protect your special valuable clothes. Pinklily's organza slips are great for those treasured outfits. There are packs of cedar flowers available to protect your other garments.

Do you need a system? 
Will you arrange the clothes which you are keeping by occasion - work, after five or casual?
Or are you into colour coding or organising clothes by the seasons?
As long as it works for you and saves you time, getting dressed to go out, will be a more pleasant experience.

There's a huge pile of shoes in the bottom of the wardrobe and it's a mess. Easy fixed. Repeat STEP 1. Take out all the shoes and work out which ones you are going to give away or throw out. All girls love shoes and we can't help ourselves sometimes but we do need shoes for all kinds of occasions. You want to be able to see all 
of your shoes but you also want to protect your 
valuable investment. Pinklily to the rescue! 
These arrive flat packed and are simple to assemble. 
What's more, you can stack them without them 
falling over. I especially like the all pink shoeboxes 
for evening shoes.

Larger shoe boxes are available for running shoes as well as boot boxes and inserts.
The bigger packs are more practical so it is worthwhile working out how many you will need now and for any future planned purchases.
Do I need another pair of shoes? 
What function do they serve in my wardrobe? 
Where and when will I wear them? 
Do I have to have them?

STEP 5 HANDBAGS  Did you know that you had so many handbags?

Cull /give away any handbags which you no longer need or perhaps your style has changed.                                                                           How will you sort them out? Size? Colour? 
Function? Season?
The Pinklily Handbag hutch can be used with 3 separate sections to help you separate your handags.
These hutches fit on the top shelves or side shelves in most wardrobes.
The bonus is that now you can see what you have and you are going to be able to coordinate your wardrobe and use your accessories to give you a variety of different looks.

This is the way to stretch the use of your capsule wardrobe.          
Belts with gold hardware is in fashion and the belthold is great for slimline storage.

More accessories! 
The jewellery organisers are helpful 
when it comes to coordinating that outfit to give it your individual style. 
There are many possible choices on the website. This is just one suggestion for storing your jewellery.

BE BRAVE and now wear that wardrobe. When you venture out to the boutiques or shop on line, try adding to what you have or extending the story with one new item. A different colour belt or a different necklace or earrings can change the whole look. Now you'll know where to find what 
you have and it will be where you put it. 
If this is too much for you to achieve in one session, why not break it up and tackle one step per week?
Best of luck with your organisation of your wardrobe. Enjoy wearing your wardrobe and show the world your individual style.  GJB215                                                          


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