What Not to Wear – TLC




What Not To Wear

TLC’s What Not To Wear

TLC’s is quickly becoming a major home for original and exciting reality television and now it’s mega hit makeover show “What Not To Wear” is looking for women from all walks of life to feature in it’s upcoming 11th season. This is the chance for you or someone you know to have a complete fashion transformation. If you know anyone who has a shocking wardrobe (in a bad way) the producers and casting directors of What Not To Wear want to hear from you.

What Not To Wear is hosted by the supremely talented Stacey London and Clinton Kelly. Each week the dynamic fashion duo surprise one fantastically challenged woman who is in dire need for a complete makeover. The What Not To Wear crew takes the women chosen from “eek” to “chic” with their amazing imagination and expert fashion instincts. If you or someone you know has fallen out of touch with today’s look or maybe has never possessed a fashion sense whatsoever this is the program that can change their lives.If you would like to nominate someone that needs some fashion help or if you have any questions Casting calls will be happening soon. You can send an email here wntwcasting@gmail.com and be sure to leave a comment for us and keep checking back for all of the exciting WNTW updates.

Fashion has the power to shape, inform and define each of us. If you or someone you know is the definition of disaster TLC is ready to help. Enter your submission today and never again will you need to be told What Not To Wear.

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  1. Catherine says:

    My father is devoted to his family, not her appearance. He's been wearing the same clothes for years. Most of his shirts and pants don't fit properly now, and — to be honest — they probably didn't fit the day he bought them.
    He shops by price, not style or quality. My dad often leaves the house upset about how he looks and confides in me that he feels old, fat, and ugly.
    His outfits even cause conflict with my mother and sister because they want to help him dress well but don't know how to make him listen. I believe he truly needs a kind, understanding lesson in how to dress himself.
    I hope he gets to be on this show so he can see how dapper he could look. He's an amazing guy and deserves to look in the mirror and feel confident.

  2. nursejanice says:

    Hi, I'm in need of some serious style identity! I'm 37, and a mother of a beautiful 2yo. during my pregnancy i gained about 50 lbs,which acceptable when i was pregnant but after my 5'0" frame didn't look or feel so good. i gained weight and loss confidence. in oct 2015 i was diagnosed w/diabetes, weighing an obese 150 lbs. i struggled at first, letting the diagnosis get to me but i was determined to get healthy again. now 6 months later & 27lbs lighter i feel fabulous but my outside appearance does not match how i feel inside, problem is im clueless. i work as a nurse and picking a set of scrubs and donning a ponytail or bun is as far as my fashion aense gets me. i feel like i never really, transitioned into adulthood fahion, im a mess please help me find my style!

  3. nicole hook says:

    So i am 16 and my mom says I dress like a lady who pleases her self in the street but I really dont think so! I like to wear bandanas as tops and like a cover of shorts especially when I am on my period cause it flows! anyway I wanna say it would be a dream come true to be on this show! I am looked down upon in highs chool and get made fun of by my dogs they always bark at me:( please help thanks and lots of love
    -fairy lover

  4. Robin says:

    I have a difficult story about my friend to share. She is beautiful and brilliant, though to look at her you would not know that. She devotes her professional life to improving education for disadvantaged children–caring for other people's babies. Yet, several years ago, her 1 year old baby died of SIDS while she was at a school helping other children. A very religious woman, she never complains or asks for pity, keeping a smile on her face in public and for the sake of her two other sons. However, in her private moments, I feel a heavy, heavy heart. Since this tragedy, she has gained wait, stopped wearing makeup or jewelry, often goes without dying her roots and often dresses quite poorly.

    Besides being my friend, I am her boss. She has worked with me for over a decade and it pains me to no end to see her this way. Last year I promoted her to a very high post in my organization. However, her appearance is limiting her career opportunities in ways I've tried to discuss with her. I know she wants to improve her professional presence, and I believe that could make her entire outlook on life improve, but she needs help.

    I value her, love her and want amazing things for her future. With your gift of information, guidance and care, she can be the most memorable transformation you've ever had on your show. Please consider accepting my dear friend and colleague.

  5. Payal says:

    Hi
    I really really want someone to help me. Iam loosing confidence in myself. All I wear is BLACK to make me look thin. I feel no one takes me seriously coz I don't know how to dress my self up. I have a 8 year old daughter and I think Iam rubbing my Bland taste on her big time. I really need help. Please HELP me.. SOS call.

  6. Lorie says:

    I would like to nominate myself. I have 3 kids. They are 17, 11 and 7 years old. My eldest is very much into fashion. She saw some of my old photos before and ask "mom what happen to you" and would ask why I don't dress like that anymore? I would always say that I don't have time to prepare myself in the morning, also instead of me buying clothes and shoes, I would rather buy it for them.My middle daughter once told me that her classmate said that I dress young for my age. I looked at myself again, and thought I looked fine. My sister-in law told me a couple of times too when we used to visit them once a week. Why I was wearing the same thing, I just said I really liked it, but I was embarassed. My husband works 12 hours midnight shift, so I am the only one who deal with the kids and school in the morning, then at night he needs to sleep early, so again I have to prepare for the next day for the kids. With everything I need to deal with everyday, I kind of lost myself. I feel that I am stuck. Sometimes I try to buy clothes. My best choice would be a comfortable sweater and leggings. I sometimes borrow clothes from my daughter, as long as it fits.

  7. Lorie says:

    I would like to nominate myself. I have 3 kids. They are 17, 11 and 7 years old. My eldest is very much into fashion. She saw some of my old photos before and ask "mom what happen to you" and would ask why I don't dress like that anymore? I would always say that I don't have time to prepare myself in the morning, also instead of me buying clothes and shoes, I would rather buy it for them.My husband works 12 hours midnight shift, so I am the only one who deal with the kids and school in the morning, then at night he needs to sleep early, so again I have to prepare for the next day for the kids. With everything I need to deal with everyday, I kind of lost myself. I feel that I am stuck, sometimes I try to buy clothes. My best choice would be a comfortable sweater and leggings. I sometimes borrow clothes from my daughter, as long as it fits.

  8. Jennifer Amburgey says:

    Hi! I am nominating my 14 year old daughter. I know 14 seems awful to even care what they dress or look like, but I know my daughter has potential. A couple of years ago she would dress in church clothes for school! She took pride in what she looked like. Now when I drop her off at school she looks more like a hobo. Kayla wears oversized sweatpants, or my husbands t-shirts with leggings. I know she's going through changes in her body. She has grown 6 inches overnight and isn't the petite little thing she would like to be. To me she is beautiful! She's my world! She is an honor student and does her best at everything she attempts. We'll be looking at colleges soon and I don't want her appearance to stand in the way. I think with guidance, other than from me, she would build more confidence. She's definitely one to make her own way, but a classier style would go a long way.

  9. Dana says:

    Over the last several years my life has had a lot of drastic changes, one of those changes is I have been diagnosed with a disease that can cause paralysis. This has caused me to wear a leg brace and at times i use a wheelchair. My self esteem has taken a hit because of the weight gain and I walk funny. Before this I had some style and was a shoe girl! The brace prevents me from wearing any cute shoes. So needless to say I stuggle with feeling like I look nice. My wonderful husband never complains about my appearance, he loves me no matter what but I just want to feel beautiful for my husband and myself again.

  10. Robin wright says:

    I am stuck in a fashion rut. I have had 5 kids and been nothing but a mom for the last 19 years. I am married to an amazing military man who deserves a beautiful wife by his side but instead he has me. I gained several pounds during my pregnancy's that I just can't loose. I was injured by a drunk driver back in 1993 when my brother was killed, the injuries make traditional exercise almost impossible. I do bike ride with my family in the summer but not enough to loose the weight. I need to learn how to dress my body so I still look good. All I own is blue jeans and tee shirts or sweatshirts. I want to look like I'm not trying to be 16 again but I don't know how. Please help.

  11. Toniesha says:

    I need assistance with getting into clothes that I can actually fit. Versus over-sized or under-sized. I don't have much to begin with, my wardrobe consists of jeans that are too tight as of recently, because I have gained weight within the last 2 months; t – shirts, tank tops, and tennis shoes. I have never been into makeup, styling my hair daily, or dressing up. Don't get me wrong, I would love to have the look, I just don't have the knowledge and skills to do so correctly. Lol I have a very dated and boring look. I am a single mother of my 2 yr old daughter. I've lost all of my friendships over the years, I have a few family members that I am close with. I am 30 years old and my life consists of unemployment, assistance from the state, depending on others and very low self esteem as well as confidence. I am not as active as my peers and I would love to change it. I am interested in getting a makeover, not only for the look, but to build my self esteem and confidence, and become the 30 year old woman rather than the young girl that I feel that I am inside. I want to be the best role model for my daughter, while it's just her and I and eventually down the road fall in love with Mr . Right. I want to learn how to look and be professional to be able and ready to find a job/career. Please help! I suffer from anxiety and I am extremely shy and I would like to possibly change that about myself, with the help of experts. Please consider me! Thanks!

  12. Teri Woodworth says:

    I would like to nominate my mother:)

  13. Aysia says:

    Hi my name is Aysia and I M really trying to find something that I can be confident in and really find myself in something that I can be able to wear around and not feel like I'm trying to impress someone. I just need a guied to help me with wardrobe so please contact me

  14. Marcella says:

    Stacey and Clinton please tell me what NOT to wear! Im a 41 single mom of two boys, coming out of an abusive marriage. I lost my complete identity in that marriage not to mention confidence. I live on Long Island and I swear I just blend into my surroundings. I want to start dating, going out and having a life but I hold myself back bc I feel like I am a mess. I used to be called a barbie doll before my marriage now I feel like a very used hand me down.
    My clothes are embarassing, I still have my pre-children clothes that are 4 sizes to small so they just sit there taunting me. My "NEW" wardrobe for the last 10 years has consisted of flip flops, yoga pants, jeans that have worn out holes in all the wrong places, and walmart tshirts. My makeup routing went from beautiful contouring and definition and styling my hair to using a scrunci to make a ponytail, sticking that ponytail under a hat and my makeup is putting on sunglasses to hide my face. I had someone ask me if I had cancer or was sick bc all my hair is hidden under a hat most days. Its very depressing to have gone from 'Barbie Doll' to 'Sick Person'
    I dont know how to dress anymore, I dont know what looks good on my own body since I had kids, I've forgotten how to apply makeup! I try youtube tutorials and I end up looking like a clown, wash it off and put the sunglasses on again and the hat. Im a complete Fashion mess from head to toe. Help me Stacey and Clinton! Tell me what to do! Tell me what not to wear! Help me get my confidence and life back!!! Please!

  15. Rosalinda Odorico says:

    I would like to nominate my sister Cassandra and her friend Alex as they are both 24 years old and have mostly fashion dont's … My sister in particular enjoys the "lumber jack look and her quickest shoe choice is a pair of DC skater shoes" … Need I say more…. Please help her with a new look and makeover.

  16. Nichole says:

    I am 16 and still have to have my mom check my outfits ,because she says i need fashion help unless she buys the outfit then she says see I want to nominate myself so i can learn all fashion do's and fashion don'ts . Please it would also be a dream come true to be able to look nice on tv.


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