Choose a friend you believe would be a good sport about having her wardrobe and style critiqued on national television by the show's hosts, Stacy London and Clinton Kelly. Evelyn McCormack is a former New York daily newspaper editor and writer with more than 35 years of experience writing about travel, New York City and social media.
She also speaks frequently at regional and national conferences about using social media as a news and public-relations tool. Tip Be creative. About the Author. Related Content. How to Have a Successful Callback Audition. Fashion disasters should be handled by the professionals. Enter style experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, who pledge to rescue the frumpy and dumpy, the mismatched and ill-flatters, and give them a life-changing fashion makeover. What Not to Wear. Stream now.
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The Last Hurrah in Vegas! In the series finale, Stacy and Clinton are hitting the road to check in on past contributors, as they make their way to Vegas for a finale bash. WNTW Celebs. Celebrities aren't immune to a makeover from Stacy and Clinton! Full Episodes. Stacy London. Clinton Kelly. Stacy and Clinton are always right! You can show off your personality without looking crazy.
Being a mom does not equal frumpy uniform. Jeans are supposed to make your butt look good! Stacy and Clinton tell us about the seemingly sexy contributors from the past ten seasons. You don't have to show skin to look sexy. Repeat after me: Color, Texture, Pattern, and Shine. Stacy and Clinton say "dress for the job you want, not the job you have. Some clothes are not flattering, and most of the time people are not wearing the right side.
What I didn't know back then was that despite how happy she seemed, she was sick, she has diabetes and was getting sicker and sicker everyday. As the years past she began to let herself go, she put more effort into taking care of me and my little sister all on her own and in doing so lost her way. She fell into a coma when I was a child, woke up completely blind in both eyes, lost both kidneys and needed a transplant desperately, she's had countless surgeries, constantly trying to play it off like everything she's been through was no big deal, but it was, and as she's told me and as I already know, if it hadn't been for me and my sister she would have given up completely.
Would have already left this life, but she stayed for us and I am forever grateful to still have her by my side, I know how proud of herself she used to be, I know that now she hides away from the world because she doesn't think she is beautiful, and I know that I want to help make her feel good about herself, I want her to be proud of what she wears and know that even if she can't see herself that she looks good in what she's wearing and feels confident again.
I want to nominate my mom for this, she's always managed to give me anything and everything I've ever needed. It's my turn to help her. I know you guys can work magic I've spent enough time watching you to know that much…could you please try with her? Me and my best friend of 30years are still rocking the clothes we did at 12 years.
While we could both use a makeover I would love to see her have one. She's a single mother of 3 that goes with out consistently. Thank you. I have an Administrative Assistant, Katie, who just began teaching our adult students who are looking to obtain their high school credential and enter the workforce. Katie is a homesteader who lives on a farm, is quirky, a bit crazy and lots of fun.
She can light up a room and, at times, the whole building. Her eclectic style is very frumpy, her hair has no style and she never wears makeup. Katie has a master's degree and may be able to help folks move forward with their education but she is NOT setting any type of example for those looking for work when it comes to dressing for success. If necessary, we can send pics!
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LOL You'll die! Dale Hayden. I just watched this episode and it really hit home. I had always been thin but shapely — 5'6" — even after the birth of a child, wearing size About yes ago, when I turned 40, I became so depressed I was hospitalized in the mood disorders unit at mayo clinic in Rochester.
That event, the medication, and taking disability from a very good career — added nearly lbs. My depression comes and goes, really goes if I attempt to shop. And I turn 50 in November so the depression can only get worse. I hate the way I look and feel — but I feel so defeated.
I used to wear slacks-jeans that fit -tailored blouses tucked in with a belt and boots or slip ons.
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I looked good and i knew it. People noticed me. Now i am a blob of hide my fat and get back home fast.