Hello readers! I missed all of you! I hope you all had a great start for 2013. 🙂
Anyway, this is the last part of my Organized-Me Series. And since this is the last of the series, I decided to post about how I store things which are staple items in our wardrobe and what we women usually collect a lot…accessories!
Since I was seven years old I used to store my earrings, rings, and necklaces on music and jewelry boxes. It looks cute on my dresser, however, jewelry boxes kept taking more and more space on my dresser as my accessories piled up.
That’s the way I used to keep my accessories until I browsed Zalora last December and saw this Umbra Little Black Tee.
Product details from Zalora Philippines website:
Say Goodbye to chunky and tacky jewelry cases that take up too much space and say hello to this stylish Little Black Tee Jewelry holder and organizer from Umbra. Keep your jewelry stowed and clearly visible in your closet while you pick out your look for the day.
The women’s Little Black Tee Jewelry holder and organizer from Umbra is made of black polyester and vinyl blend in a provocative corset shape. It features 19 hook and loop tabs, and 28 clear pockets for organizing jewelry. Product dimensions are 44.5 x 31.5 x 1.75 cm.
Let me just say, the creators of jewelry organizers like this are geniuses! My jewelry is organized and the Little Black Tee presents my accessories in a decorative way. (.^_^.)
As you can see I put my earrings, small necklaces, and rings in the clear pockets…
and used the hook and loop tabs at the back to store bracelets, watches, and other necklaces.
By the way, most of these accessories are bought from ZALORA Philippines.
Looks cute right?
If you want to have your own Umbra Little Black Tee, just visit the Zalora Philippines website and order one. Price is Php 900.00 (not including shipping fee). There are other designs available like Little Black Dress (Php 1,600.00) and Little Black Corset (Php 900.00).
How about you? How do you store your jewelry?
Thanks for reading my post! (.^_^.)
Good order is the foundation of all things.– Edmund Burke
Don’t agonize. Organize.– Florence Kennedy