Maybe you’ve been wondering what you can do while in quarantine to help others. Maybe you’ve been really considering (better put, procrastinating) reorganizing your closet for a couple of years.

And the truth is if you don’t do it now while home 24/7, you’ll probably NEVER, EVER GET TO IT.

I sometimes need moral support as I start to dive into a task I’ve been putting off, so I’m starting with a closet edit. Here’s what’ll happen in the edit:

BREE JACOBY is going to tell me what to get rid of and what to keep.

(Score, I can’t make those sorts of decisions right now).

BREE JACOBY is going to give me tips on how to wear what I already have.

(Yes, I will be shopping inside my own closet exclusively for a bit here).

BREE JACOBY is also going to come up with a style vision for me.

(Wow, me?!?)

What I’m most excited about though is that I’ll end the call with a few bags of clothes to donate. Above finishing something I’ve been meaning to do FOREVER, this is one way that I can give back with what I have right now. It’s one thing that I can do while I’m doing nothing.

Plus, clean closet, clean mind, right?!

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It may seem weird, but we legitimately couldn’t be happier that you’re thinking about reorganizing your closet. There’s something about cleaning the deep recesses of your personal space that gives you a sense of WILD LIBERATION. You, however, came here for our recs because we reorganize closets ALL THE TIME.

So, let’s get to it. Here are the top 5 things you need to create a streamlined. Clean out your closet. Streamlined.

High-quality hangers. There are only two real choices here– velvet or wooden. Get velvet if your closet is full. Get wooden hangers if you want that minimalist look.

Shoe containers. These are stackable, with air vents, and little doors built in so you have easy access to your shoes. Yes, little doors!

Scotch guard. While you’re reorganizing, you also might as well commit to taking good care of your nice stuff. We promise it’ll take only 10 minutes a year. Spray this on your suede shoes when you start reorganizing and they’ll be dry the next day and protected for the next year. It’s true-we really like scotch guard.

Magic erasers. Yea, you need that same miracle sponge you use on your bathroom sink in your closet. It’s the fashionistas secret to keeping your white leather sneakers looking clean. Moisten, wipe, done.

Sandalwood incense. The denouement of your closet organization is adding a scent to keep it fresh. We love sandalwood incense, it smells great even unlit. It’s a simple, clean smell for your new simple, clean space.


What does a nude stiletto and a navy suit have in common? They are classic, timeless and always come in handy! I find classic pieces to be essential and always my go-to’s for everyday wear. These are the pieces I can constantly count on to never let me down and always make sure I look put together.

I like to add my own personality to my style and find my own distinct and comfortable way of dressing. When I am styling our clients and members or even teaching my styling team, I always make sure they understand the importance of basic, classic and timeless pieces. Asking yourself, does my “blank” go with my “blank.” Classics just never let down and always make every occasion work. Creating your own personal style needs to be unique to you and make you feel confident. We all know the feeling in us when we love that outfit we are wearing. Confidence is an energy. People can feel that when you walk in a room. Confidence all starts with what you wear and how you feel about yourself.

One thing we get asked a lot is, what are the top 5 things every wardrobe needs for both men and women. When we are working with clients, most of the time they are people starting over and looking to rebuild their wardrobes. Regardless of where you’re at with your wardrobe there are clothes I suggest you own in your closet if you don’t already. Here is the breakdown for men and for women.

Men’s Wardrobe

Tailoring fitting clothes – most important!

1. Custom Tailored Navy Suit

2. Custom White Button Up

3. Custom Navy Sportcoat

4. Dark Fitted Jeans

5. White cool, causal sneakers

Women’s Wardrobe

1. Black Leather Jacket

2. Black Fitted Jeans

3. Nude Stiletto

4. Cocktail Dress (any color but black is a must!)

5. White or Black Classic Blouse

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