The actress reveals, "I was spoiled when I worked in the magazine world."
(Photo: THE COVETEUR)
Tracee Ellis Ross has a thing for fashion and obsessive organization. During a home tour for The Coveteur, the actress revealed her impressive closet and how she meticulously keeps everything in order.
"I was spoiled when I worked in the magazine world. Fashion closets are heaven and I seem to model my organization after a fashion closet," Ross revealed. "Plus, I love to SEE everything. Once it gets put in a drawer it is less likely for me to grab for it. Although, I have a clear knowledge of ALL my things and where they are. I am not a gal to lose track of something and remember it a couple of months later and not be able to find it. I love order. Open any of my drawers and you will think you are in a store."
Aside from sharing her favorite reads, statement pieces and red carpet moments (like a white floor-length, long-sleeve Calvin Klein dress and a black Gucci bondage dress for a Met Ball), Ross also talked about her love for vintage jewelry and discussed that memorable moment when she was first nominated for an NAACP Award for her first year on Girlfriends.
"I bought a floor-length Azzedine Alaïa fuchsia dress that still kills me and that I still wear," she says. "But that first time wearing it and the wooden Calvin Klein clutch and Neil Lane vintage jewels was just pristine and perfection."
To read more about her love for magazines, beauty products and her "strong affinity to a good sneaker," visit thecoveteur.com.
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