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A style-impaired guest gets a closet full of new clothes and a makeover. One wardrobe is handpicked by celebrity stylist Jeannie Mai, while two friends of the guest also get to choose new duds for their friend. The fashion victim then picks which clothing collection he or she likes best.

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Two Australian women seek help for their sister, a 1980s-obsessed mother of two who desperately needs to move on with her life.
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A woman seeking a new life in Hollywood needs to ditch her torn-up, psychobilly style.
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Family members and future in-laws do not care for a busty woman's choice of bright, tight outfits.
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A woman's tight, tragic fashion not only holds her down, but creates problems with her cousin.
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A grandmother in her 40s dresses in unappealing outfits to avoid looking her age.
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A woman's tendency to buy sequined clothes hinders her future plans.
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A fiancee must lose her deathly, all-black look in order to walk down the aisle in style.
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A woman needs to change her low-cut style to improve her personal life and career.
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Abb's style is keeping her from achieving her dreams of being an on-air broadcaster.
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Jeannie and her team of celebrity experts scour the nation for the worst styles.
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30-year-old Jessica is looking for love in a style that says she doesn't love herself.
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Dorothy believes that anyone fashion-conscious must be elitist and shallow.
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Sakari's online persona has taken over her life and her style, and she needs to change in order to pursue her animation career and reconnect with her sister.
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Gabby needs a new, appropriate style before she gets married.
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Teacher Chrystie needs to do away with the frumpy, hand-me-down fashion.
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Toria's got a look that just won't grow up.
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Caleeta thinks tutus give her curves, but she doesn't understand that a carnival couture alienates her friends.
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Identical twins Sha'Ree and Sha'Ron dress identically as well - and this double-shot of trashy style is just too much for their mother and brother.
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24 year-old Mia puts up a wall with her post-apocalyptic style, and must learn to tear it down to find a man and reach her full potential.
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Jenny's too-tiny clothing - including tops borrowed from her daughter - is too revealing, causing problems finding work and setting a bad example for her daughters.
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Thirty-one year old Michelle dresses like a grandmother, and her fabulous roommates need her to dress better, get her act together, and find a man.

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