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New Year’s Resolution: Get Organized


2010 is the year I get organized – I promise…

I am not a disorganized person by any means but I am the first to admit that I am not neat and tidy all the time. My first step to organization in the coming year is giving my necklaces a proper home. Currently they are all jumbled together in a jewelry box that is way to small to fit them all (imagine a box bursting with tangled necklaces and that is what I have). I have been wanting a dress form for a while now and I think this is the perfect solution for keeping my necklaces all in one place and looking so very pretty at the same time.

The dress form above is so beautiful. My style is usually more on the modern side but there is something so girly and feminine about this picture that makes me want to duplicate it in my home. I love the vintage measuring tape and the ribbon belt that “she” was given to create a style all of her own. I can just imagine myself getting ready to go out and as a last step going over to my dress form to figure out what necklace will finalize my look….

I have heard that you can buy a dress form in Sham Shui Po so when I get back from the holidays I will be making a trip to start 2010 the organized way (at least on the jewelry front!).

3 thoughts on “New Year’s Resolution: Get Organized

  1. Tackle boxes are the best way to store earrings and they are perfect to travel with. They keep everything separate and easy to see and prevent things from getting tangled and/ or broken. You can get them at wal-mart for around $3 too! As for necklaces I will swear by a tie rack! You can install it in your closet and hang all of the glitzy pieces there for your viewing pleasure. The best part is that they are there in view so you never forget about that pretty pearly one at the bottom of a box or the back of a drawer. Rings? Try a receipt holder. The long spike looking thing that you stab receipts onto works great. You can pick one up at most office supply stores for around $5.

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