I’m a student but earn £500 a month sorting through everyone’s messy wardrobe

A STUDENT has revealed how she makes up to £500 a month sorting through strangers’ messy wardrobes.

Ella McMahon, 19, from Leicester, spends between 3 and 9 hours decorating and coordinating the colors of her wardrobe.

Student Ella McMahon founded Cinderella's Closets, where she organizes people's messy wardrobes

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Student Ella McMahon founded Cinderella’s Closets, where she organizes people’s messy wardrobesCredit: Mercury Press
Wardrobe after Ella sorted it

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Wardrobe after Ella sorted itCredit: Mercury Press
An unorganized closet before Ella goes to work

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An unorganized closet before Ella goes to workCredit: Mercury Press

Fashion buying and design student has shared a series of satisfying videos that will make you jealous with a serious wardrobe.

“I could do it all day,” she says, “because I’m obsessed with organizing.

“But once I visited, they were color-coordinated making it easier to find an item.

“I love making things look perfect and neat.

“It takes me a minimum of three hours to decorate and color a wardrobe.

“It obviously depends on how big the wardrobe is but I’ve spent nine hours on one before that.

“I don’t mind because I find it very satisfying.”

Ella charges £15 to £20 an hour for her organizing services.

She added: “The idea came from organizing the wardrobes of family and friends.

“I love fashion and love to look at clothes so it’s fun for me.

“When I have a new client, I always review their clothes with them because you don’t realize how much you have hoarded.

“We then pack four to six bags full of unwanted clothes and I take them to a charity shop.”

Ella’s favorite part of her job is seeing her clients’ reactions and adding: “I love seeing how happy they are.

It obviously depends on how big the closet is, but I’ve spent nine hours on one before that.

Ella McMahon

“I have about 20 regular clients who I visit every two weeks for updates.

“Mining is healthy for the mind.

“When everything is organized and neat, it is much easier to find items because the colors are in the sections meaning there is no clutter.”

The hustle and bustle with Ella, which she named Cinderella’s Wardrobe, meant she could save up to buy a house during college.

She has shared videos showcasing her work.

She said: “I always film in front of the tidying closet to show the transformation.

“Most people just throw their clothes in a draw and by the end of the week, clothes are everywhere.

“In the long run, an organized wardrobe will save a lot of time and trouble.”

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Fashion buying and design student shared a series of satisfying videos that will make you jealous of a serious wardrobe.

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Fashion buying and design student shared a series of satisfying videos that will make you jealous of a serious wardrobe.Credit: Mercury Press
When she first approached a cluttered closet, she brought four to six bags full of unwanted clothes to the charity shop.

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When she first approached a cluttered closet, she brought four to six bags full of unwanted clothes to the charity shop.Credit: Mercury Press
One of Ella's wardrobes after her transformation

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One of Ella’s wardrobes after her transformationCredit: Mercury Press
Ella spends three to nine hours decorating and coordinating the colors of her wardrobe

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Ella spends three to nine hours decorating and coordinating the colors of her wardrobeCredit: Mercury Press
An unorganized closet before Ella goes to work

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An unorganized closet before Ella goes to workCredit: Mercury Press
Wardrobe after Ella sorted it

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Wardrobe after Ella sorted itCredit: Mercury Press
Ella has about 20 regular customers that she visits every two weeks for updates

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Ella has about 20 regular customers that she visits every two weeks for updatesCredit: Mercury Press
I turned our closet into a bedroom for our sons – we live in one bed so that’s the best option possible, it looks great

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