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Simply Stylist Panelists Dish About Their Closet Conundrums

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Simply Stylist is an event dedicated to connecting tastemakers within the fashion and beauty fields. This year's pow wow was held all day Saturday at Siren Studios and hosted by E!'s Catt Sadler. The Fashion Panel included designer Whitney Port, blogger Aimee Song, stylist Brad Goreski, style expert Louise Roe and editor Melissa Magsasay while the Beauty Panel featured celeb hair stylist Scotty Cunha, beauty editor Susan Yara, beauty expert Tracy O Connor, beauty entrepreneur Suzie Kim and beauty blogger (and Racked LA associate editor) Natalie Alcala. We asked each, "If your closet could talk, what would it say to you?"

Brad Goreski:
"Stop!"

Louise Roe:
"Stop cramping us with more shoes! We need to breathe!"

Susan Yara:
"My closet would say, 'Make up your mind woman! Pick a style and go with it.' I'm always changing."

Melissa Magsaysay:
"It would say 'Wear more of me.' I think like most women I wear 30% of my closet. It's stuff that's sitting out of my closet that I'm wearing. I'll have to take a Sunday afternoon, go through my closet and take the stuff that's sitting outside of it and pair things back. You just have to put it into the rotation."

Scotty Cunha:
"Organize me!"

Natalie Alcala:
"There are more colors than black."

Aimee Song:
"[It] would ask me to reorganize because I've been traveling so much and I just moved. All of my clothes right now are winter and early spring so I need to reorganize and put out my spring and summer clothes."

Catt Sadler:
"Clean me. Organize me. Get me new hangers and grow me. It's screaming for help. The contents are pretty nice but the space and organization need a lot of love."

Suzie Kim:
"'Can you change it up?' Because it's all the same thing. I'm always about trying to be a little trendy but comfortable, always comfort. So I have clothes that are soft materials and my shoes are mostly wedges. I'm such a comfort girl."
· Simply Stylist [Official Site]
· Brad Goreski and Louise Roe Join Simply Stylist's Star Roster [Racked]
· Whitney Port Will Speak at Next Month's Simply Stylist LA [Racked]

Siren Studios

6063 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA