Wednesday, October 13, 2010

What Not to Wear seeks local fashion victims

Posted By on Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 5:50 PM

Unfashionable citizens of New Orleans, consider this fair warning: Hide your Crocs! Lock up your jeggings! Return that tattered, bleach-stained T-shirt to the curb from whence it came! What Not To Wear is coming to town! The makeover reality television program is seeking four sartorially-challenged New Orleanian women to receive style makeovers on the show. Fashionable citizens, this is your chance to stage an intervention for a frumpy coworker, friend or family member. If selected, she'll have to trash her old wardrobe — but she'll receive a $5,000 shopping spree, a new hair and makeup look, consultations with fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, and the undivided attention of 83 million viewers.

What Not To Wear fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly want to go primal on New Orleanians frumpy wardrobes.
  • "What Not To Wear" fashion experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly want to go primal on New Orleanians' frumpy wardrobes.

To secretly nominate the offending party, contact Michael Petrella, casting producer, at mpetrella@bbcnyproduction.com with the following information:

Nominee's name:

Age:

Size:

Height:

Marital Status:

Occupation:

Home location:

Describe her personality:

Describe her story that makes her unique and deserving of this opportunity:

Describe her style in full detail:

At least 2 pictures that illustrate her lack of style:

Nominator’s contact info:


****REMEMBER THIS NOMINATION MUST REMAIN A SECRET****

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