Kelly Ripa, who starred as Hayley Vaughan in the soap opera All My Children and most recently, for replacing Kathie Lee Gifford on the Regis Philbin show believes the best gift you could give Mom last Mother's Day is a good old-fashioned closet clear-out:
"A no fail Mother's Day gift for a [busy woman] would be something she normally wouldn't do herself, like hire someone to clean out her closets."
We couldn't agree more! But what about Dad? After all, Father's Day is approaching on June 17.
Dads need to be pampered too-- and they're all about ready-to-wear. While they may not wear Michael Kors and a La Roche dress like Kelly Ripa, they want to look good, without much effort, and save time.
From our experience, men love to be able to focus and have it easier when they're getting ready for the office, the golf course, or Sunday dinner. They love all their favorite shirts at eye level, hangers that match, ties and belts hanging at the ready and all those miscellaneous buttons, collar-stays, collar expanders and cuff links in neatly marked jars. Telescoping valet rods help those time-crunched mornings too, because the guys can choose their clothes the night before to save time.
But sometimes guys feel like it may be too feminine to organize their closet, or to re-access their dressing needs. So we thought we'd ask for some feedback from readers. Do you think it's too girlie to give Dad some help this Father's Day with a little (professional) closet-clearing clutter therapy?
Take our reader poll, and if you have time, voice your opinion using the comment feature below. Let's see what we all collectively think about men and closet organization.
Picture courtesy of Yahoo TV. Quote from People Magazine.