What not to clear! TV’s Trinny Woodall shows fans the result of her clothing cull… and it’s left her with THIRTEEN wardrobes of outfits
- Fashion TV host Trinny Woodall has filmed herself reorganising her closet space
- The former What Not to Wear host shared the video as she went along sorting
- Woodall, 56, claims to be ‘obsessed’ with coats requiring an entire closet full
She recently admitted she was curbing her shopping habit after getting a hefty credit card bill.
But, after a clear out of her clothing collection, Trinny Woodall still has enough garments to fill an impressive 13 wardrobes.
The former What Not to Wear host, 55, shared a video of herself reorganising her decade-spanning collection – sorting every piece of clothing by category.
She posted photos of the finished result on her Instagram account, showing the neatly organised rails holding her extensive array of coats, trousers, shirts and dresses.
The former What Not to Wear host, 55, shared a video of herself reorganising her decade-spanning collection
Admitting her ‘obsession’ with coats and jackets, she shared snaps of ‘long-length coats’, ‘mid-length coats’, ‘summer jackets’ and more, all of which had their own rails. While some rails categorised clothes by material, such as ‘faux fur’ or ‘velvet’, others held outfits for specific seasons.
Miss Woodall, who has a daughter, Lyla, and a stepson, Zak, revealed how she kept clothes for more than 30 years as her body shape was always changing.
And last week Miss Woodall came under fire when she admitted she is sometimes tempted to keep the labels in high street clothes and return them after she’s worn them.
Admitting her ‘obsession’ with coats and jackets, she shared snaps of ‘long-length coats’, ‘mid-length coats’, ‘summer jackets’ and more
Miss Woodall, who runs her own make-up company, Trinny London, said: ‘It’s the end of August and there is a part of me that is thinking, “How much do I want to be spending this autumn?”
‘I’ve just got my credit card bills and I’m thinking, “I’ve really spent this summer.”
‘So I might not be buying so much from Zara this season. It doesn’t mean I’m going to stop showing you what’s in.
‘I’m going to be doing a lot of stuff this season on my wardrobe.’
She added: ‘I am wearing a skirt from this season’s Zara.
‘Because I bought it already, but I got it online, I’ve still got the label in.
‘And I was thinking “Do I want to keep it” so, I might keep it very clean and wear it this morning and think “Do I really want to keep it?”
‘How many of you have ever done that?’ The mother-of-one, who also runs her own make-up company, Trinny London, has been criticised for ‘poor practise’ by branding and consumer expert Marcel Knobil.
Miss Woodall regularly uses her social media accounts to help highlight the latest fashions she’s wearing on the streets of London
Miss Woodall uses her social media sites to show off the latest fashions and accessories as well as plugging her make-up products.
She shows followers what products to use and how best to use them.
Miss Woodall has been in a relationship with businessman Charles Saatchi, 76, since 2014 and the couple live in a luxurious home in Chelsea.
He split with his ex-wife Nigella Lawson in 2013 after 10 years.
Miss Woodall shares a daughter children with her ex-husband Johnny Elichaoff, Lyla, 15. Following their split, the pair remained close until Mr Elichaoff died in 2014.
The businessman died after falling from a car park roof after he ‘lost everything’ in a series of failed oil investments, an inquest into his death heard.
The 55-year-old, who had battled an addiction to painkillers for 20 years, died at the Whiteleys shopping centre in Bayswater, west London.
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