Closet organization ideas lead to an extravagant necessity
Written by: Sarah J. Dills
In the iconic, 80s film Can’t Buy Me Love, Cindy Mancini gets herself into trouble by sneaking into her mother’s closet and ‘borrowing’ an outfit, which she proceeds to ruin. Fortunately for Pittsburgh homeowner Dawn Kozel, the outcome was much less stressful when her 17-year-old daughter ‘borrowed’ a gown from her newly renovated master closet. “She went to the Cinderella Ball with her girlfriends and was named Best Dressed,” Dawn recalls. “It was a huge surprise, but I was happy for her.”
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