There’s been some talk about your clutter problem.
Problem? What problem? Once you get used to seeing your entire wardrobe in a tangled heap at the bottom of the closet, it’s really not so bad.
Respect yourself and your stuff: Hand it over to wardrobe stylist Jennifer Oppenheimer. She can tame the unruliest garment garage without a hint of Carson Kressley ‘tude. And she’ll stick by you no matter how ugly it gets — organizing the keepers, helping you say good-bye to pieces that have overstayed their welcome, and accessorizing the incompletes. Best of all, Jennifer trades your castoffs for cash at local consignment shops, so the service practically pays for itself. With your shoes now organized (heel-to-toe) and your clothes properly hung (on plastic or wood), you may rediscover your long-lost personal style.
You know, the one buried underneath the four pairs of jeans, six T-shirts, and seven pairs of flip-flops.
Jennifer Oppenheimer, In the Closet (312-208-8269).