What Not To Wear

Tuesday 10:00 PM on TLC Premiered Jan 18, 2003 In Season


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  • I love the show

    This show is great I love much how good their doing in every girl's life.
  • overweight people

    I absolutely love this show. I'd love to see someone who has a body that is not "equal". As in, short, no butt, big big belly, large breasts. I try to get hints on how to dress from the show!

  • All shows--a suggestion

    I would like to suggest you do a show for women 60+ who are still involved with life, interested in dressing well, curious about the old lady who keep s getting between them and their mirror, but who are interested in style and in dressing appropriately for an older demographic
  • No you can't get canceled !!!!

    I love this show i need Stacey and Clinton !!!! I learn so much have lots of respect for you guys how you help people find there beauty inside and out !!!! <3<3
  • Compliments are disgusting!

    "Oh, Holy crap!" "Shut up!" This has gotten old. Stacy needs some new phrases. They seem to help people, but these same old phrases make me not want to see the end.
  • This show is horrible and I will never watch it again!

    Today, was the very first time I watched this show. This will also be the very last time I waste my time. I was digusted over how poorly the guest was treated. Maybe she is not the most best dressed person in the world, but did she really deserve to be called a whore on national television?...where her two small children were probably watching. You are suposed to be a good show that helps people with out good fashion sense to gain a sense of confidence and sophistication. Yet, it\\\\\\\'s like the blind leading the blind. Your self proclaimed high class sophistication is laughable due to your callous nature and blatent vulgarity. Seriously...what woman with class gets on television and treats people that way? In the future, I will be going out of my way to tell my friends and family how LOW CLASS this show really is.
  • "Jennifer" 2008

    I am appalled at the comment made by Stacy London to Jennifer stating, "You wear that to get postage stamps, I thought this was an outfit to go get food stamps because you look like you're homeless," (paraphrase). Those who use food stamps to feed their families, ESPECIALLY in this current economy, should not be compared to homeless people. Additionally, why insult people who find themselves unfortunately homeless?? Honestly, I think it was a big goof on the producers' part to let that make air and it has completely turned me off to Ms. London. I have been very blessed in my life, much as she seems to be, and I do not condone those who makes jokes at the misfortune of others.
  • help needed for my mum

    It help a lot of people
  • How can I nominate someone from South America?

    Hola , quiero nominar al programa a mi tia, ya que se viste muy feo y quiero que ustedes la ayuden ... porfavor cuanto costara la nominacion para la transformacin completa? y como la puedo nominar? gracias ...
  • Rave About What Not to Wear

    I absolutely LOVE What Not To Wear! If it wasn't for this show, the weekends when I have no plans would be completely unbearable. Stacy & Clinton are so funny and witty, and I can't get enough of them! I think that everyone should watch this show and take in all of the fashion knowledge this show has to offer. There are so many people out there that have no clue how to dress for their body and I think that this show could change all of that. I know by watching this show I have determined that this show has rubbed off on me enough that when I buy clothes I truly examine how the clothes look on me. I love this show and it is totally one of my faves!
  • question

    hi my memaw is like so 10 years ago and can you please help her fashion its imbarrising to be seen with her so can u please help

  • Very helpful program for ALL of us who are poor dressers!

    I am addicted to What Not to Wear -- watch it all the time, reruns and the new programs too. I have learned so much from S&K as well as Carmindy. Nick/Ted's hairstyles are always so lovely. It would be great if Ted/Nick would go into a bit more detail about how they choose a hairstyle and whether to color or not. I'm 60 and my hair is mostly white now. I'm growing out a blonding I had done quite some time ago but I'm not sure if I should stay with my "platinum blonde" (a la white) or not. Y'all keep up the great work -- I'm looking forward to many more seasons of What Not to Wear!
  • New ideas for the fashionista

    I think you should start an online, what to to wear, like women like myself could send in my own video and you could make suggestions for my, height, weight age appropriateness,. I get so confused when I go shopping. I am 56 years old and I'm lost when it comes to what goes with what. I love you guys,
  • guys need help to

    love the show and its is inspiring but why not some guys that need help with style?
  • Nicole Eggar

    I always need to write the disclaimer first, which is that I love this show and even after all these years, I learn something every time I watch it. Stacy and Clinton are almost always polite, funny and optimistic. On the show with Nicole Eggar, however, I couldn't help but notice that they were describing her as uncooperative, difficult and, as Stacy said, Nicole had "reduced me to a What I saw and what I heard were completely different. Ms. Eggar is stunningly beautiful, and seems very smart, centered in her life, in love with her kids and just appears to be someone where the world is better off for having her in it. I was very impressed with everything about her. Yet Stacy and Clinton seemed to be inventing this "coflict" with her which, to any observant person, just wasn't there. I found that to be disturbing and makes me wonder how many other times they've done that just to have a good show. They are better than that and it was a real disappointment. I also don't understand why they keep pushing these participants to find a man. Perhaps Ms. Eggar doesn't want a man! It's 2013, and there are a million options out there. Can't we simply dress to please ourselves and forget about "hooking" a guy?
  • This show is like watching a 3 ring circus!

    I know that I'll probably take a lot of flak for my opinion, but here it is anyway. I love watching this show, but not for the reasons most people do. I watch it for the sole purpose of making fun of Stacy and Clinton!
    Please, who in their right minds would take fashion advice from these people? Have you seen the way that Clinton dresses? He is way too fond of pink pasley prints, and in the opening credits, he wears a purple velvet jacket! I'm not a guy, but I've yet to see one wearing the stuff he wears. I know that if I had a date, and the guy showed up in a purple velvet jeacket, I'd slam the door in his face. And Stacy needs to let Nick and Carmindy have a crack at her! Get rid of that "Witch's Streak" and get some better makeup. You are too pasty white to be wearing that red lipstick!
  • This is an okay show to watch once in a while when nothing else is on TV, but i would never consider watching this everyday.

    This is just about the only reality TV show i'll watch ever so often. It has some good things to it, but some things do not please me in the least.

    1) I really like the fashion line they have on the show...most of the time. Its influential.
    2) The ending results are pretty good.

    1) I don't like how rude Stacy and Clinton (I think thats their names?) they can be at points. It just seems mean.
    2) I don't like the idea of how the friends or family surprise them with going on the show. The person going on the show would definatly be humilated at first, probably thinking "Do they think i'm ugly and thats why i'm on the show?" and having it show on TV. Mind you, i disagree with most reality things, so its rare for me to say that something is okay.
  • I like the show overall. The last few episodes everyone has gets the same haircut. The bob! Does not look good on everyone. It was not always this way, there was much more unique looks based on the person's facial structure, type of hair & personality.

    I like the show overall. The last few episodes everyone has gets the same haircut. The bob! Does not look good on everyone. It was not always this way, there was much more unique looks based on the person's facial structure, type of hair & personality.
    I am surprised the show is taking this turn. I was surprised when I saw the hairdresser to the same style twice in a row, then shocked the third time around.
    My hairdresser said this is usually a producer decision

    So my question is: Whose fault is this? The producer Then fire them!!! The hairdresser, get a new one!!
  • Now HERE' something society really needs. [/sarcasm]

    Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder. The same thing can be said about fashion. I'm not saying half these people they show DON'T need help with their wardrobes, but on the other hand, everyone has a right to wear whatever they want. If they want to dress like a hick/child/slut, you name it, well, you may not like it, but hey. Give them a break. It's their decision, not yours.

    That, anyway, is what I would like to say to Clinton and Stacy. But Clinton and Stacy don't care, because they're being paid big bucks to enforce their bigoted and sometimes questionable fashion sense on other people.

    The first thing they do is throw every single bit of clothing the victim owns out. EVERY SINGLE BIT. As if to say "hey, we know so much more about fashion than you that we're going to have a POWER TRIP over it!" The episodes are all the same: someone needs help with their dress. They come and throw everything away. Make them buy clothes they don't really want, but are being told they want by Clinton and Stacy. They also get a hair makeover, and in the end they come out better dressed and altogether much happier.

    Ugh. I just don't get it.
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  • feedback on meeting Clinton

    We had (Angela and Elena) the opportunity to meet Clinton in Scottsdale during Macy's promotion sale. We were so excited to meet him so we took the liberty to say "we are fans, love your show". He anwser was cold...I realize everyone tells him the same. However, we support the show and he needs to be nice not matter what..he left a bad taste in our mouth. We hope he continues to meet people and hopefully he does not continue to be as rude and cold as he was with us, otherwise.... NO SHOW...HELLO CLINTON? GET A CLUE! Angela/ Elena
  • This show is ntot good at all.

    OK all I can see in this TV show are girls telling girls what you should wear and what you should not! Well I am sorry but this show is so bad. You think I'm saying that because I'm a boy well that is incorrect the reason why I don't like it is because your mom and dad should tell you what to wear not a TV show. I am very sorry for such a poor review on this show.
  • I hope this show gets cancelled.

    It hurts me so bad to see Stacey make fun of so many women. What has this world come to. That we let her in our home for entertainment. If the show stays on the air, please clean up your mouth and show respect to your guest. Start by not telling the women to shut up!
  • Insulting

    You show is fine but you should stop insulting people. This is to me not proper or professional. People have feels and you act like your gods. There is nothing wrong by the way some people dress or wear there hair. |I mean you should cut your hair yourself instead of giving people opions that they should cut they long hair.
  • Sara the jock

    I can't believe how much this girl bugged me. She seemed like the typical judgemental, shallow mean girl.. Maybe it was her complete lack of self confidence. I don't know. I just had to vent.
  • Embracing Gray?

    I have been watching your show for years. And yes I have learned lots of new fashion tips. Now that I am in my 50s and embracing my new CHANGE in life. I am in a season of my life of loving myself exactly who and what I am. Your show speaks about confidence and love thy self exactly who you are, why not show women with GRAY hair and makeup to show and reflect confidence and beautiful.

    I was dying my hair for years, but I believe there women out there that want and should love their grays!

    Grays are a part of life, like menapause, and retirement. It shows a new life, new beginnings, acceptance.

    I am often asked by women my age that I have GUST, because I am showing my gray and not dying. Why is that? Why do women my age need to confirm to society, when we should be embarking in a new life. At this time I just made 30 years in the federal government and proud serving my country. I am proud to mentor women, I am a member of Toastmaster International clubs, and I often mentor women, on how to embrace there positions, there lifes, as women, as mothers and based on my experience even pray with them when there is a death.

    I say this to say a women with Gray shows wisdom, charactor and much more, why covered it with dye and lots of war paint.

    I would very much like to show several shows, a series, women of different ages, loving themselves and well as showing the world that gray is not old, it is just another season and gray should be accepted like our inner light, should be shown to all and not hidden under a rock.

    Signed 50 and famoulous!
  • THANK YOU!!!

    I love love love this show.

    Although you can never "help me" as i live in Canada :(

    I just want to say what the two of you do...Stacy and Clinton, is so awesome,

    how you can change peoples lives doing what you love to do is such an inspiration.

    Please, keep up the good job of putting smiles on your transformation faces :)

    Have a great day !!
  • I LOVE SARAH! From Stripper to Powerful Woman!

    What a SHOW! Showing Sarah the difference between Classy & Cheap was AWESOME! She's a GREAT young woman and deserves to find her POWER. Stacy and Clinton are absolutely the SaintsI of Fashion. I get so disappointed when I see the clothing styles for our young girls as well as our boys. STRIPPER & CONVICT FASHION!!! It would be sooooooo HEALING to do a SERIES on 'Dressing for HIGHSCHOOL' to show our girls they have other options then looking like Pole Dancers. I know it may be a bit young for your show but expanding an audience is always good and they (WE) so need you. I have my own issues in this area so I learn from your show ... But, right now my heart is with our young girls and how they are being taught to focus only on their sexuality through TV & FILM. Please Help our Smart, Powerful & Beautiful young girls learn how to Dress with Respect for themselves starting from HIGHSCHOOL ON!

    Continue being on the forefront of fashion and style for the everyday person and be the START of CREATING a MOVEMENT of Classy/Fun Fashion for our young girls/women just like you did for SARAH! <3

    I have 3 lovely nieces ages 15, 16 and 20. All have very different body types from the other as well as different eye, hair and skin tones. (German, Italian, Hispanic mix. : )) All very distinct personalities. from Fashionista 15 yr. old, to Bookworm, 16 yr. old with a quirky, conservative style (she is studying to be a doctor) and the eldest, petite and GORGEOUS 20 yrs old studying Sound Engineering at 'The Art Institute' and graduating in June. They have a beautiful mom, my sister, as well. I work with Teens and know how challenging this time in their lives can be and the incredible stress they are under at times. The arts are very very important for our children and when they were removed from most of our public schools it was/is a terrible thing. The quality of my life was saved through a theater coach who somehow saw my talents and put me in a show. This changed my life forever. So to give back I created a program for Teens called: "Expressing Me. Empowering Youth, Empowering Dreams!" which creates a safe space for our youth to learn how to express their unique gifts and creativity. They learn how to listen to one and other, how to ask for the support that they need, that they are loved and that the gifts they were born with are worth being expressed. They are SEEN, ACKNOWLEDGED and SUPPORTED. by creating a Creative, Safe and Loving space for them to express their Unique gifts to the world. I work with many homeless and low income families so that all children have a chance to know their God given Beauty and Wisdom. : ) Just thought I'd put that out there so you know that my heart is completely in what i am writing to you about. I love you both. Laura De Leon
  • What Not To Wear is consistently improving, becoming more relative to all viewers, and bringing a true awareness of the value of style in all of our lives.

    What Not To Wear is among my top favorite television shows to watch. Surrounded by fashion five days a week while working as a designer stylist in a JC Penney Salon I live and breath fashion! Coming home and turning on your show brings it all together in a fantastic way. Your show completes the need all people have for perfecting their personal style in our contemporary lives. I am amazed at how much your show continues to improve and moves closer to the heart and needs of all viewers. Stacy and Clinton become personable and their true caring and concern come through with a healthy dose of familial directness mixed with humor that puts most guests at ease. Who can't help but have a positive response to such sincere concern and consistent advice on improving their style. One blogger did request some help for us 55 years and older who have challenges that come along with aging. We don't want to be placed into a 'mature' look without some options to keep the fun and individuality in our style. I look forward to each new episode as they continue to hone in on the real needs of viewers while entertaining us and endearing us to the show, its hosts, and its guest. As I have salon clients in my chair I often remember tips I have learned from your show that I can pass along. Whether these tips are from Nick Arrojo with a hairstyle, or from Carmendy in the makeup realm, I enjoy the increased knowledge I have from your show's examples and the goodwill that comes from helping others look good too. Of course, when I am browsing the store and meeting prospective salon clients, I am often asked for clothing advice. Your show helps me greatly in this and I share your advice often referring to your show as I do so. Of course, I would love to be a guest on your show to better improve myself and my style to reflect even more, but nonetheless, who wouldn't?
    Thank you for producing such a fine example of television entertainment and education. Its a life saver and a life changer!
  • This is a touching tale of a little boho baby getting styled out by NYC designers and coming to grips with her own beauty and identity...not the causes she stands for, but the individual she presents to world.

    I love this show, and this episode is def. one of my all-time favorites. Jenny is a tough nut to crack, but when she comes out the other side all dolled up and re-made you can see her shining heart and personality come on through.

    Certainly a MAKEOVER! With lots of funny twists and turns. This gal has potential but her stubbornness will make you cringe at first. The wardrobe that gets hefted into the garbage can is a collection for the ages, and I do mean AGES (say from Grandma to Little Miss). Absolutely one for the hall of fame...don't miss it!
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