Victoria Beckhams losing sleep over closet crunch!September 7th, 2008 - 5:49 pm ICT by ANI
London, Sept 7 (ANI): English pop singer Victoria Beckham has revealed that her lack of closet space is stressing her out.
Posh Spice, who has an amazing collection of extravagant clothes, shoes and handbags, told pals that the rooms at the family’’s 10million pounds LA mansion are so overflowed with her attires that she is finding it hard to manage them.
“Victoria’’s stuff takes up the space of an average family home and it’’s just about fit to burst. When they were looking at property in LA, it wasn”t just about needing room for the children - it was also about the clothes, the Mirror quoted a pal of hers as saying.
“Victoria has the largest walk-in wardrobe you have ever seen. It’’s like an Aladdin’’s cave. And as well as that she has two other rooms dedicated to storage. There are drawers and boxes full of sunglasses, scarves, bracelets, hats, gloves, belts, all labelled, coded by colour and some by designer.
“She’’s having to ship tons of things back home to England because there simply isn”t enough room any more, the pal said.
The pal revealed that mum-of-three Victoria’’s fabulous collection of handbags and shoes alone take up an entire room, while other rooms have rails and rails of clothes.
Victoria’’s designer shoe collection is thought to be worth more than 100,000 pounds and she will have as many as 200 boxes at any one time. But they will last her just two or three months.
“Victoria loves her boots, but the LA climate doesn”t suit them. So most of those are in storage back at home in the UK, as are her winter woollies, cashmere jumpers and coats, her friend said.
Victoria’’s collection of handbags is worth an astonishing 250,000 pounds. And her obsession with designer Hermes shows no sign of letting up.
“Victoria lives and dies for her Hermes bags. She jokes that they”re her ”Do you know who I am?” bags. But she loves a bargain too. She”ll go nosing in the charity shops whenever she gets the chance, the friend added.
Many of their unwanted clothes and accessories go to charities. (ANI)