Post-90s girl organizes others’ messy wardrobes
Updated: 2016-05-09 14:22
Deng sorts a client's wardrobe in Chengdu city, Southwest China's Sichuan province, April 20, 2016. [Photo/VCG]
Deng has so far managed to serve over 100 clients, most of whom are now her regulars. Her clients are usually wealthy people who dislike organizing their own wardrobes, or simply do not have the time to do it. "You cannot imagine how messy some of their rooms can get," Deng said. "I often cannot find room to stand in."
She charges her clients 100 yuan ($15.38) for every meter of closet space cleaned. Deng is able to finish most jobs within three hours, but the truly hopeless cases have taken her as long as nine hours to complete.