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What Not To Wear Season 3 - Episode 15: Mia

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Disasters should be handled by the professionals--fashion disasters included.

Enter Stacy London and Clinton Kelly, style experts for the couture-challenged. The fashionable duo swoop in to rescue the frumpy and dumpy, the mismatched and the ill-flattered, for a chance at a life-changing fashion make-over. Nominated by friends and family, the contestants toss all of their previous ideas about style --and their entire wardrobe--out the window, and put their faith in Stacy and Clinton, master hairstylist Nick Arrojo, and glamorous make-up artist Carmindy. With the help of $5,000, ho-hum style evolves into city-chic and outdated looks become cutting-edge in the expert hands of the "What Not to Wear" team.

Episode 15: As communications director for UNICEF, 40-something Mia has to be in the field making films about UNICEF's work, but also on the red carpet welcoming celebrity UNICEF ambassadors to grand fund raising events. But her colleagues say that she wears the same oversized casual clothing wherever she is, and it doesn't fit with her high profile position. Stacy and Clinton want to persuade this busy mother of 3 to believe that she can look the part without looking corporate or losing her sense of self, but can they get this charity worker to no longer look like a charity case?

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