When it comes to celebrity closets, we鈥檙e used to seeing some super lavish spaces. One area of their giant wardrobes that tends to give us the most envy is definitely the shoe section. For example, Christina Aguilera has a Beauty and the Beast inspired ladder along her shoe wall to help her reach all her fancy kicks. Khloe Kardashian can pretty much wear a different pair of Nikes for like a month straight. And now, we鈥檙e eyeing Shay Mitchell鈥檚 covetable collection.

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The Pretty Little Liars actress recently had her closet photographed for the style blog, The Coveteur. As you can imagine, her wardrobe is nothing short of magical. Aside from All. That. Space. and the accessorizing station, her never-ending shoe collection is what really caught our eye. Not only does she have an endless supply of strappy heels, but she also has sneakers in every color combo you could imagine.

With all of the choices, you鈥檇 think it would be hard for Shay to pick a fave, but she gushed to The Coveteur, 鈥溾淸My first vintage splurge] was probably my slingback Christian Louboutin shoes. I was so excited when I got them, and I was so upset when I wore them for one night and the whole bottom was ruined. Then I found out that you can actually get the soles re-done, so that it鈥檚 rubber and it鈥檚 a little bit easier on them so they don鈥檛 get ruined. But that was my first big purchase. I was like, 鈥榓hh, I have a pair of Louboutin shoes and I love them!'鈥

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This fantasy closet looks nothing like the one we鈥檙e working with in our studio apartments. But if you鈥檙e obsessing over Mitchell鈥檚 style, there is an affordable way you can copy some of her looks. The actress has an athleisure line with Kohl鈥檚, called Fit to Wander that鈥檚 priced between $24 and $48. How you can stuff those new purchases in your mouse-sized closet is another situation entirely.

What鈥檚 the best celebrity closet you鈥檝e spotted lately? Share with us in the comments below.

(Photos via @thecoveteur, The Coveteur and Jason Merritt/Getty)