Sure, she had hot guys and great friends and some seriously envy-inducing hair, but what’s really always made us wish we were Carrie Bradshaw was that killer closet.
One New York woman was so obsessed with the fantasy closet Carrie had in the Sex and the City movie that her husband enlisted the film’s set designers to build an exact replica for her–with a whopping $175,000 price tag! As The New York Post tells it, “‘Sex and the City’ designer Lydia Marks and business partner Lisa Frantz transformed a 400-square-foot guest bedroom into the famous closet that made movie audiences gasp. Like Carrie’s clothing shrine, the closet holds more than 400 pairs of designer shoes, dozens of handbags, racks of clothes organized by label, as well as drawers full of oversized sunglasses and bling.”
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“It was a gift from her husband, who led the charge to get this closet built for his wife because he knew how happy it would make her,” Marks said. “His wife, like Carrie, is a smart and successful career woman in her own right.”
This may be even better than Kimora Lee Simmons’ insane “satellite closet” we got a sneak peek into the other day! Can you imagine if your husband surprised you with a Sex and the City closet of your very own? Would you have enough stuff to fill it with? What’s your current closet situation–do you wish you had a bigger one (I do!)? Discuss!
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