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DESIGNING AND ORGANIZING A FASHION-FORWARD CLOSET IN 2023

A collaboration between Stylist & Organizer Zanele [Zee] Maduma and Interior Designer VhoWii M. Ratshilavhi

SHOPPOLOGIST SA a lifestyle brand specializing in Personal Styling, Closet Organization and Personal Shopping, founded by Zanele (Zee) M. also founder and writer of this blog magazine The Zan Avenue, has this year come to a beautiful collaboration with another amazing brand WiiDesign Space by VhoWii M. Ratshilavhi to bring you a 4 Week Closet Design and Organization Workshop live on Twitter Spaces this February 2023.

This is everything you need to know and most importantly will learn from each week as you follow through with us to have a completely turned around closet this year that is essential to your own personal style and fits your personality like a gorgeous red velvet glove.

Set reminder for the first week Twitter Space: https://twitter.com/i/spaces/1gqGvyBnaVWKB

Details on what to expect from each week…

Week 1: Transform Your Closet: Introduction to Closet Design & Organization

This is where you will get the opportunity to listen in on the fundamentals of creating or transforming your closet into one that is in with the times and functioning perfectly to suit your lifestyle. This is where we will love to hear about your closet challenges and issues and also get the opportunity to ask questions on what to consider when designing and organizing your closet.

Week 2: Smart Closet Design That Allows For Creating Cohesive Looks

Did you know that how your closet is designed determines how your wardrobe (closets & accessories) will be arranged? So basically, bad closet design means bad organization while on the other hand good closet design, one that is designed with your wardrobe needs and function in mind, leads to great organization and most importantly little to no cluttering and piling.

Week 3: Accessorizing Your Closet for Style and Function

I think a great majority of us regardless of gender, can agree that largely it is things like accessories that are troublesome when it comes to our wardrobe and closet being organized and staying organized. On this week the discussion will be around learning how to handle/store some of the most troublesome items in the closet such as bags, shoes, jewelry, socks and undergarments.

Week 4: Maintenance – Maintaining Your Design and Advice on Decluttering.

This week as we close things off this is where will be discussing maintenance of your closet. Of course this is where we would love to hear from you as well on what your methods of maintenance that you employ and work for you. We will be sharing with you advice/pointers and guidance on the challenges and issues that you are facing with your closet design and organization. From an organizing perspective you will get tips on easy and applicable decluttering techniques because truly, there is no point whatsoever of having gorgeous, spacious and all the existing decluttering tools if your closet is still crammed, disorganized with your clothing items mixed and placed in all different places, some falling of hangers and others piled up on that gorgeous corner chair that nobody can see.

Spaces Hosts: @VhoWii & @ZeeKaMaduma

FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY!!!

BOOK FOR YOUR ONLINE OR IN-PERSON CONSULTATION WITH BOTH STYLIST/ORGANIZER AND INTERIOR DESIGNER for your fashion-forward closet in 2023 transformation.

Book online: https://buildmycloset.setmore.com

Book via e-mail: buildmycloset@gmail.com or send us a Whatsapp on 076 410 6019

OFFER VALID FROM 1 FEBRUARY – 31 MARCH 2023.

HURRY!

“It is not about the size of your closet space. It’s about design and organization”

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