I long for the Cher Horowitz System
In the previous couple of weeks, my associates have been stunned at the broadness of my tote accumulation. I appear at work conveying a satchel they haven’t seen before almost consistently, and their reaction is dependably to ask, “what number of handbags do you by any chance have?” These are individuals that have seen me continually for a year: so what has changed?
It’s very straightforward: I got a rack.
I’ve customarily put away my handbags in a few tupperware compartments stacked over one another in my wardrobe, and that does not loan itself well to the early morning frenzy of picking a tote to run with my outfit. So they sat in the holders in their dustbags for a considerable length of time, never observing the light of day or accepting the warm surge of thankful remarks from my associates that they merit. Also, truly, when I practically wear pants and a Star Trek shirt each day, a similar denim beggar sack will presumably do fine.
I was a colossal aficionado of Clueless experiencing childhood during the 90’s, and the two bits of innovation that had the greatest effect on me were the cell phones and Cher’s closet programming program: it let her blend and match furnishes and even revealed to her when something was a bungle. I kind of assumed that when I grew up, we’d have progressed as a general public to the point where both of these innovations would be typical. The cell phones are here, obviously, however tragically, that entire mechanized closet thing never got on.
So while I presently have a rack to store my satchels, despite everything I end up rifling through different dustbags to make sense of what I really have, and obviously I have no man-made brainpower that would disclose to me when I’ve picked a handbag that doesn’t coordinate my outfit (however I’d totally disregard all exhortation it gave me).
Is the appropriate response as straightforward as marking which totes are the place? This wouldn’t support me, as I will in general put handbags wherever there’s room and mix them into the wrong dustbags — you can envision how my CD accumulations used to be composed. I’ve been pondering putting photos of each and every one of my totes in one slideshow on my workstation or telephone so I can look through them effectively and pick which one I need throughout the afternoon. It’s not as extravagant as Cher’s framework, this still wouldn’t help me really discover the sacks, however at any rate I’d realize what I had.
I need assistance: how would you store your handbags and make it simple to know what you have? Also, how would you find what you need rapidly? I understand this is a very specialty issue to have, yet I have to guarantee that I’m exploiting the assortment of my purse gathering. Cher Horowitz would get it.