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'What Not to Wear' is Dunzo After Ten Years

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Clinton sets 'em straight, via Getty
Clinton sets 'em straight, via Getty

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After ten years of explaining to America's lost causes (style-wise) how to invest in pants that fit, TLC's What Not to Wear is going off air. The shows hosts Clinton Kelley and Stacey London told People exactly how big a dent they made over a decade on the public:

Clinton: To be honest, despite our best efforts over the past decade, we only seem to have gotten through to a small (but important) sliver of the population. Walk through any airport in America and you'll quickly notice that 99 percent of people should have been paying more attention to us. If there's one thing I wish people would take away from the show, it's that you don't have to be rich to look fabulous. When you dress with quiet sophistication and participate in the appropriate trends for your age and body type, you exude confidence and class.

Stacy: I do think we've gotten a lot of people to hem their jeans and wear jackets, dark wash jeans and pointy toe shoes!

So they're going out right in time for the pointy toe to come back on trend!
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