Blake Lively Gives A Rare Glimpse Inside Her Louboutin-Filled Closet And We Are Officially Jealous

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Blake Lively Gives A Rare Glimpse Inside Her Louboutin-Filled Closet And We Are Officially Jealous
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Ahead of her 34th birthday on Wednesday, Blake Lively has given eager fans (we include ourselves in that category) a sneak peek inside her designer-filled wardrobe on Instagram stories.

To kick off her celebrations over the weekend the actor stepped into a cherry-embroidered, frothy, mint green and corseted dress from Teuta Matoshi, whose strawberry-print, pink, tulle gown went viral last summer.

The mother-of-three paired the fairytale maxi dress with a pair of Dorothy-red loafers from Christian Louboutin and Lorraine Schwartz jewellery.

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Lively, who reportedly often writes lines for husband Ryan Reynolds films, also showed off (sans trousers) a gorgeous early birthday present from Louis Vuitton in the form of an oh-so-Blake handbag.

In doing so the 33-year-old also gave us a brief glimpse inside her shoe-filled closet.

Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

No doubt due to her years of self-styling, we count at least 21 pairs (and that's a reserved estimate) of what look like Louboutin heels, neatly placed on shelves behind the former Gossip Girl star.

A big fan of sparkle, we also think we can spot a pair of Follies 85 covered in crystals.

The fashion-obsessed star is a well-known Louboutin-lover and regularly dons the fashion house's investment heels. In fact, according to WWD, the actor sent her 2018 Met Gala Versace dress (which took approximately 600 hours to make) to the shoe designer ahead of time so that his team could make a custom pair of shoes for her.

As for why the blonde has decided to forgo a fashion stylist in recent years, Lively previously told WWD: 'Probably because I have control issues and a big ego – that’s probably the honest answer.

'I just like it. I love design and I love fashion and it’s a way to be creative. In my job I get to be creative, but it’s over a period of time and so many other people are involved, whereas this is a beginning, middle and end, and I get to be creative and there’s an end date in the near future.'

Well, it's working for you Lively.

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