Heart Evangelista-Escudero just gave us an “intense” tour in her walk-in closet—and we love it.
One of the most memorable quotes in Sex and The City is probably “I like my money right where I can see it: Hanging in my Closet.” Now that is undoubtedly a fashion fact, because if you’re a true style savant then you know that clothes are investment pieces. But then as we got to see Heart Evangelista’s closet tour, we learned more than just that. Scroll down to see three lessons we learned from her.
The Best Footwear Are Nude Pumps
Heart Evangelista is notoriously known for wearing killer heels—but we are not complaining. Regardless if she opts to wear kitten heels or stilettos, she will always be the ever-sophisticated woman you’d admire.
Now, if you are still curious why she loves to wear those killer heels, it’s because she’s only 5’2″. And nude pumps “gives the illusion that you look taller. It matches everything so I like to invest in nudes,” Heart explained
Dehumidifiers Are A Must
If you store items in the closet that may be easily damaged by high humidity such as a designer or vintage clothing, you need a dehumidifier. Why? Because the Philippines has high relative humidity.
That’s why damp can actually damage your clothes as mold may grow on it—especially if it’s made from cotton or linen. By putting a dehumidifier, you can keep your garments in pristine condition.
Place Perfumes Near The Air Conditioner
Given that we can all agree that we have a hot climate in the Philippines, there’s this tendency that your perfumes may expire easily upon opening it. While others prefer to put it inside a mini refrigerator, Heart thought of a brilliant idea to preserve her
According to her, “since it doesn’t look nice to have a ref somewhere here, I decided to put it right beside my aircon.” Although disclaimer, she doesn’t keep her air conditioner running 24/7. Heart said that they only open it if it needs to be. This will help maintain her prized possessions in great state.
Watch Heart Evangelista’s Closet Tour vlog below: