Okay, to be truthful it was not I showing what I do when I work with a client in her home, it was Today contributor, Jill Martin. The messy and disorganized closet belonged to the charming reporter Hoda Kotb, who is also the co-host of the 4th hour of the Today Show with Kathie Lee Gifford.
Hoda already had a reputation on the Today Show of being somewhat of a pack-rat, so it was not much of a surprise to me when I saw her closet on their closet chaos feature.
The other 50% and far more important benefit my clients receive, are all the new outfits I create using the clothes they should keep and the list of what they need purchase to create a complete and flattering wardrobe.
Be patient and wait for the brief NBC ad to end before you can see each of the short clips. It’s worth it.
Today Show segment with Jill Martin tackling Hoda Kotb’s messy closet but shame on her for using wire hangers.
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“To be truthful, I wasn’t sure I needed Scarlett’s services, but I knew that I wanted to recommend her to my clients and before I did that I had to try it myself first. I was wrong. I didn’t realize the value of having someone take the time to go through my wardrobe, point out the good, bad and yes some ugly. The really fun part was creating brand new outfits from the clothes I already owned. Scarlett was patient, funny and while I was flinging clothes around the bedroom she color coded my closet so everything was SO easy to find. We also matched each outfit to jewelry that I had that had been sitting idol. Just by changing the jewelry it gave each outfit a brand new feel. Most importantly Scarlett was helping me fit my clothes to my personality and step away from what I thought I should be wearing. Sometimes you don’t know the value of something until you have tried it and this definitely fits that category for me!” —Deborah Shimer Desire On Fire
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