The stylist shows off his room-turned-closest for

By Kate Hogan
April 03, 2012 07:00 PM

If you’re looking for an answer to the question above, in general, it’s “a lot.” In the latest “Closet Confessions” video, Brad Goreski showcases his Los Angeles room-turned-closet; one of those perfectly organized walk-ins that gives us serious fashion envy.

Describing his style, which he recently told PEOPLE is “preppy, geek-chic with a touch of Bozo the Clown with a touch of Showgirls,” Goreski says he likes “to look like the nerd in the chorus of your school play,” but with a little razzle-dazzle.

Goreski, who dressed Jessica Alba, Maya Rudolph and Rashida Jones during awards season, says he draws a lot of his own styling inspiration from menswear designers like Thom Browne, Michael Bastian and Simon Spurr. “I really let them dictate what’s going to be happening in men’s fashion and then I choose the pieces that are the most daring and crazy,” he explains.

Goreski’s “Closet Confessions” are living on Bluefly’s new flash sale site, To celebrate the site’s launch, the celebrity stylist also curated an exclusive boutique for the site inspired by excerpts from his new book, Born to Be Brad.

Watch the clip above for a glimpse inside Goreski’s closet — and to hear his silly Italian construction worker story. Tell us: How do you organize your closet?