Diane Keaton is passing her time caught at residence by cleansing out her closet — or making an attempt to, anyway.
The 74-year-old Oscar winner and vogue plate shared an Instagram video on Wednesday as she whittled down her wardrobe.
“I’ve quite a lot of clothes, and it’s time for me to let it go, and I’m going to provide it to the Goodwill,” Keaton stated. “As a result of that is ridiculous.”
Wearing an all-black outfit that included leather-based gloves, a polka-dot scarf, wide-leg belted trousers and a baseball cap adorned with the phrase “Kook,” the “Annie Corridor” actress took followers on a mini tour of her large closet, tossing numerous objects on the ground as she surveyed her cabinets.
Among the many objects Keaton determined to donate? A pinstripe tiered blazer (“Truly form of good for any person who’s smaller than me!”), a pair of buckled wedge boots (“Who can put on that? Perhaps any person’ll love them, they’re fairly good!”) and a few fiery black platforms (“Was I kidding once I purchased these? Are you able to imagine this? Loopy!”).
She couldn’t carry herself to half with a pair of comically outsized polka-dot lace-up sneakers, nevertheless, calling them a “unbelievable” reward from her good friend Ray Azoulay, the proprietor of LA classic and antiques retailer Out of date.
After stuffing her donations into 4 large trash baggage, Keaton placed on a face masks and headed to Goodwill — solely to find that the situation is briefly closed because of the coronavirus disaster. “Rattling!” she yelled. “That is insane!”
Suffice it to say that when the shop finally reopens, they’re going to have some very glad customers.