Every woman dreams of a walk-in closet, but only a few get to have it like Chesca Kramer. The Kramers had moved into their new “forever” home, and her clothes, shoes, bags, and other fashion accessories occupy a room even bigger than the master’s bedroom -- and that’s already huge based on their “giant,” “emperor-sized” bed.
“The baby supermodels have invaded mama’s closet!” Doug Kramer shared a photo of his wife’s closet with her two daughters donning her stuff. Kendra and Scarlet have their own walk-in closet in their shared room, but it’s tiny compared to Chesca’s.
Soon, the girls will also borrow clothes from their mom.” They always try on her stuff! Chesca has size 5 feet, so Kendra’s a few more years from using her shoes!” the dad of three added.
In a video uploaded on Team Kramer’s YouTube channel, Doug and Chesca shared a sneak peek of Chesca’s closet along with the other rooms of their massive home. (They have yet to show off their baby room! Yes, they’ve been claiming it, praying for a new addition to their family.)
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Chesca insisted it’s not wholly her own. “Ka-share ko pa rin siya!” she said. “Konti lang yun sa akin diyan,” Doug added, saying he only has a few cabinet designated for his belongings. It was huge enough to look like a private mall. “Kung gusto niyong bumili, pili lang kayo,” the professionnal basketball player joked.
It had rows and rows of shelves for her bags and a special area for her shoes. A first, Chesca thought her sizeable shoe collection will not fit, but seeing that it still has a lot of room, she quipped that she then has to buy more footwear to fill the space.
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Apart from the numerous cabinets, drawers, and shelves, Chesca’s closet has a dresser where Chesca can get dolled up (she also has one on the ground floor for at-home shoots) and a customized “island” drawer for her accessories.
One of the perks of having daughters is sharingthe same fashion sense (and closet) with them, especially if it’s as big as Chesca’s. Her daughters are lucky to be able to invade and “shop” (read: borrow) her clothes, shoes, and accessories. It could probably pass off as one of her pamana to her girls.