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TLC’s What Not To Wear Hangs it up After 10 Seasons

Style mavens Stacy London and Clinton Kelly will have to dust off their most fashionable job interview outfits soon as the pair’s long-running show What Not To Wear is coming to an end after 10 seasons. The TLC show, which taught us about everything from tailored jackets to dark-wash jeans, has featured a revolving door of “contributors who are clueless about their makeup, hair and fashion. Not only have Stacy and Clinton styled everyday folks like you and me, but they’ve also gotten their hands on some pretty fashion-backward celebs, including ‘80s pop star Tiffany, American Pie actress Shannon Elizabeth and The Big Bang Theory’s Mayim Bialik. “I’m excited about our final episodes,” London told People Magazine. “We are getting to do things we’ve never had the opportunity to do before, and there are many surprises in store. I do love that we are going out with a bang.” The final episodes of What Not To Wear will air on Fridays beginning in July.


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