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Mall Rats

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Stacy London of What Not to Wear is making shopping at the mall a whole lot easier. Her Style for Hire concept matches stylists trained by her with shoppers in need of a quick fashion consultation—free of charge. Currently, you can visit locations in Connecticut, New Jersey, and Maryland, or just e-mail a photo to a stylist on duty. It's like your own personal episode of WNTW, without the scary 360 degree mirror. [The Budget Babe]