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I am the editor of a young women’s magazine by day, an obsessive shopper by night, and the mother of two, James (3) and Charlotte (11 months), and one fur baby, Dakota. I founded this blog to share the fruits of my shopping labor along with snippets of my other passions – motherhood, interior design, travel and entertaining.

Want to get in touch? Request info on advertising,  or just say hi, email me at closetfulofclothes@gmail.com. Please note that Closetful of Clothes offers sponsorship to a limited number of brands.

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ninaperdido August 28, 2017 - 2:53 pm

I am a Nigerian and I am in need of a real definition of my style. I know what I want its just the shopping that leaves me exhausted

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julia September 27, 2017 - 5:42 pm

please stop showing olivia palermo. she’s done absolutely nothing to make her way in the world and is shallow. i thought your site was great, but please find some realistic people. it’s bad enough she’s ruined banana republic for us. done shopping there.

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Monique Leahy December 3, 2017 - 2:55 am

I Hello I just saw the post from Julia above and I have to completely disagree with her. Olivia Palermo as a style icon and style forward dresser is a daily masterclass in how to get it right. You don’t have to agree with her politics, nor her personality etc. Just look and observe- nothing more if that’s how you feel….We can learn from the looks she creates and adapt them to the places you like to shop in….

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Ellen Richman March 21, 2018 - 4:22 pm

Your shoes and boots all have such high heels. Soon into my working career I shucked those bad boys in favor of being comfortable while I got my work done. How can you tolerate those heels day in and day out?

Admittedly, I still salivate over heels. But my mind is aware there were 500 years of Chinese foot binding, and years past retirement my body appreciates a good, comfortable shoe more than ever. Yet the struggle between looks good and feels good continues….

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Patti Hensler April 25, 2019 - 4:21 pm

Where did you find the “cubies” to separate purses on the shelf?

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