"What Not to Wear" Season 11 on TLC features resident fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly each week ambushing a fashion victim nominated by family and friends and offering them a $5,000 shopping spree in NYC in exchange for their old wardrobe. The end result is a life-changing makeover inside and out.

Season 10

The season premiere features 80s pop star Tiffany, who set trends with her hit songs and signature jean jackets. Longing for a change, Tiffany has nominated herself to find a new, modern style with the help of Stacy and Clinton - a first in "What Not to Wear" history.

Stacy and Clinton tackle more celebrity makeovers throughout the season, including Nicole Eggert, Tina Yothers, and Shannon Elizabeth. Other contributors in need of drastic wardrobe overhauls include Simona - an overachieving scientist who needs to ditch her comfortable duds, Tristen - a New Yorker but self-proclaimed Jersey girl whose skimpy outfits are getting in the way of her finding a quality man and a promising career, and Casey - a transsexual who has been living as a woman for the past nine years, but has yet to find the wardrobe that reflects the confident, happy woman that she has become.

Season 9

"What Not to Wear" Season 9 is back with even more fashion disasters, humorous ambushes, and life-changing makeovers. The new season kicks off with a star-studded premiere featuring two-time "Dancing with the Stars" champion and longest-running lead professional dancer in the series Cheryl Burke and actress Jenny McCarthy. Cheryl and Jenny call on Stacy and Clinton to help show their personal assistant that she is worthy of a look that will put her front and center and will hopefully make her feel like she belongs in Los Angeles. Becky, a divorced 37-year-old Chicago native, thinks she's coming to NYC to help Cheryl shoot a PSA, but when Stacy and Clinton bust onto the set, it turns out Becky's the star of the show. So dedicated to Becky's makeover, Cheryl decides to spend the week in NYC and in the "What Not to Wear" studio so she can lend Stacy and Clinton a helping hand.

Other contributors this season include a woman who gets ambushed by Stacy and Clinton while shopping for her wedding dress, a woman who gets a surprise visit from Stacy and Clinton at a job interview, a data analyst who thinks she is going to a mandatory computer training program when Clinton and Stacy hack into her computer demanding she improve her wardrobe, and a woman who thinks she's attending an event at a military museum until Stacy and Clinton march in with a 14-soldier escort.

The contributors this season aren't the only ones getting a makeover; season nine brings a new look to the studio and signature 360 mirror. With a much a larger space, this new and improved 360 mirror forces each contributor to face every single angle of their body. There's no escaping their reflection, or Stacy and Clinton's reactions in this new space. Another new element this season includes a two-week follow up with each contributor to see how she's kept up the makeover and how it has affected her life.

Season 11

The last season includes some of Stacy and Clinton's biggest challenges to-date, including a trifecta of fashion disasters where three friends break almost all of Stacy and Clinton's style rules covered over 10 seasons. The final run also features a mother of nine who gets a $10,000 makeover vs. the usual $5,000, a woman who gets a surprise visit from Stacy and Clinton while sitting in the audience of The Chew, and a behind-the-scenes episode where viewers will get a never-before-seen look inside what it takes to produce each episode of "What Not to Wear." TLC will also air two hour-long clip shows, where Stacy and Clinton give viewers a crash course on their style strategy as they reveal their top 10 important fashion rules right out of their rule book, and answer letters from long-time fans.

In the two-hour series finale, Stacy and Clinton road trip to the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas to attend a fabulous party in honor of the end of the show. Along the way from New York to Las Vegas they visit past contributors and reminisce on the road. Once they hit Vegas, Stacy and Clinton find one last makeover candidate wandering the hotel which results in their final makeover ever, and it could be one for the books. It all leads up to an epic finale party, where over 100 past contributors over the past 10 seasons await Stacy, Clinton, Ted and Carmindy to help bid them a fond farewell they'll never forget.

"What Not to Wear" is produced for TLC by BBC Worldwide Productions.

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Network: TLC
Genre: Reality
Runtime: 60 mins.
Premiere Date: January 18, 2003
Finale Date: October 18, 2013
Seasons: 11
Production Company: BBC Worldwide Productions

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sarah says:
Why do you not teach someone in their 50's how to dress

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