Reese Witherspoon Has Us Rethinking the Jewelry Organizer of Our Youth

Not just a dorm room staple.
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If you have enough jewelry to justify a designated organizer, odds are you owned a dainty tabletop stand at some point or another—perhaps you got one as a gift years ago or bought one for your college dorm room. Ah, the good old days. But inevitably, as your collection grows, displaying everything on a few little hooks doesn’t make sense anymore. Eventually, you turn to a dresser drawer or multitiered box instead. If you asked us any other time, we would have told you the standing racks are more of a nuisance than anything else, but Reese Witherspoon reminded us on Sunday that they can still be a practical solution.


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The truth: This type of organizer is most useful in multiples, which allows every type of bauble to have its own domain. While getting ready for the Vanity Fair Oscar party on Sunday night, the Big Little Lies actress posted a photo from her home dressing room. On the counter, we spotted her earrings hanging from a gold arched screen. The now sold-out organizer is from PB Teen, of all places, and features two perforated ends (for securing studs) and a central panel with four bars for hoops and dangling designs. And that’s not her only jewelry holder on display—in addition, Witherspoon appears to have little dishes for her rings and a handful of T-shaped receptacles for necklaces.

With this degree of separation, nothing will ever go missing or get tangled. What a gem. 

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Lydia Geisel

Home Editor

Lydia Geisel has been on the editorial team at Domino since 2017. Today, she writes and edits home and renovation stories, including house tours, before and afters, and DIYs, and leads our design news coverage. She lives in New York City.