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Chic Peek: Closet Rich's Elizabeth Kott

Shares Her Truly Gorgeous DIY Ideas for Storing Stuff


By Jen Weinberg May 24, 2013

How many times have you checked out another girl's outfit and then mentally "pinned" everything she has on? Guilty as charged! So, instead of standing idly by making mental Pinterest boards, I decided to ask some women I find irresistibly chic to give me a peek into their closets. In this week's edition of Chic Peek, meet Elizabeth Kott, founder of the online consignment shop Closet Rich. For Elizabeth, Closet Rich began percolating when she was the content and marketing manager for Rachel Zoe's The Zoe Report. But it wasn't until she found herself out of work that her entrepreneurial spirit kicked into high gear. Elizabeth tells us "Closet Rich is devoted to bringing stellar pieces at affordable prices from one enviable closet into another." As someone who helps people purge their closets for a living, I couldn't help but ask to share her tricks of the trade. Behold! Elizabeth in a vintage maxidress and Zara wedges Where do the items on Closet Rich come from?: "I work with private clients who are fashion editors, stylists, celebrities, and stylish women, who come to me on referral. I go through the items they no longer want and select pieces for the

*How many times have you checked out another girl's outfit and then mentally "pinned" everything she has on? Guilty as charged! So, instead of standing idly by making mental Pinterest boards, I decided to ask some women I find irresistibly chic to give me a peek into their closets.*In this week's edition of Chic Peek, meet Elizabeth Kott, founder of the online consignment shop Closet Rich. For Elizabeth, Closet Rich began percolating when she was the content and marketing manager for Rachel Zoe's The Zoe Report. But it wasn't until she found herself out of work that her entrepreneurial spirit kicked into high gear. Elizabeth tells us "Closet Rich is devoted to bringing stellar pieces at affordable prices from one enviable closet into another." As someone who helps people purge their closets for a living, I couldn't help but ask to share her tricks of the trade. Behold!


Where do the items on Closet Rich come from?: "I work with private clients who are fashion editors, stylists, celebrities, and stylish women, who come to me on referral. I go through the items they no longer want and select pieces for the site. Items that don't work for Closet Rich are donated on the clients' behalf to various L.A.-based organizations."


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