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Closet Tour: Corri McFadden Shows Us What She's Got

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    Corri McFadden is the business-owning, style-strutting Chicagoan gal you can catch on blogs, radio shows, and pretty much anywhere you'd look for sartorial stimulation. Her eBay-based business, e-Drop Off, is a go-to for anyone doing some serious designer digging. And now, she can also add "reality TV star" to her resume, since her show, House Of Consignment, premieres on VH1 in exactly one month!

    Ahead of the big debut, we stole a moment with this busy lady to get the goods on something we've always wondered about—her closet, of course. How does the girl with endless access to designer brands, luxury looks, and rare finds actually decide what makes it into her wardrobe? Turns out, Corri's got the savvy to make sure that only what she loves (and looks great in) makes the final cut. Click through to read her rules for building and managing the wardrobe you've always wanted, then start DVRing House Of Consignment, come March, to see all of those to-die-for clothes in action.

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