It's another in our #KINNship series, and we can't think of a better time to speak to celebrity Wardrobe Fairy Danielja Coha (who has worked with Rita Ora, Julian McDonald and Melissa Odabash) about all things life, work and wardrobe decluttering!
What does your average day look like?
Make my bed perfectly is a must, shower, breakfast.
What is your one 'pass it on' piece of advice?
If a good opportunity or great piece of advice is offered to you, TAKE IT!
How would you describe your personality in three words?
Bubbly. Happy. Direct.
Personal success. What does that look and feel like to you?
It’s the fact that I’m my own boss and have nobody to answer to. I’m independent, take on work when I want, where I want and most importantly I take my time off when it suits me and not when someone tells me I’m allowed to.
What's your favourite thing about your home? OR What says 'home' to you?
My dog waiting for me impatiently and barking as I walk through the door and then slumming on the sofa watching trash tv with my dog.
Where do you go or what rituals do you have for those moments you need to feel inspired or energised?
Jog in the park.
Favourite podcasts and other digital inspiration?
I don’t listen to podcasts and technology doesn’t inspire me, it scares me.
Which five sites are always in your browser history?
Instagram, FB, news, Amazon, Booking.com
What inspired you to launch Wardrobe Fairy?
You must get to see some pretty amazing wardrobes! Can you tell us about any of your favourites?
What are your top tips for keeping our wardrobes in tip top shape and how to know when to ditch the clothes?
Anything grubby, worn or repetitive in your wardrobe should go. If you can’t remember when you wore it it should probably go. You don’t need 20 pyjamas!!!! Nobody does. Organise your closet into categories. Work, every day, evening, sport, couture... have everything by colour and season if enough space. That way you’ll be able to find things and avoid wearing the same thing every day. ALWAYS USE VELVET HANGERS, you can just buy inexpensively on Amazon or Primark. They save space and clothes don’t slip. Ditch plastic, wire and horrible wooden hangers.
What’s the best piece of advice you have ever given and received?