Chelsea is a 28-year-old Roller Derby queen, with a personality as big as her home state of Texas. Since putting her life on hold to take care of her ailing grandparents, she's fallen into a fashion rut of ripped jeans and teen t-shirts. Her current wardrobe woes are keeping her from fulfilling her dreams of becoming an advertising executive. Can Stacy and Clinton help Chelsea learn to put herself first and get things rolling with a style that says "ready to work?"
The mile high city's airwaves are hitting a low note in style with 32-year-old radio DJ Bailey. She recently lost 60 pounds but still hasn't accepted her new body. She is terrified to shop, convinced nothing will fit. Will she have the courage to face her fear of shopping and accept her new curves?
Disa, a 46-year-old pediatrics coordinator from Denver, is in a mid-life style crisis. She's been looking for the fountain of youth in her tween daughter's closet, but her playground-ready style of bright-colored jumpers, striped leggings, silly hats and pigtails has prevented Disa from seeing her true beauty. Can Stacy and Clinton get this mom's wardrobe out of the playground and transform her from a minor into a major babe?
Emily is your typical single girl with one divine difference... she's an Episcopal priest. She may have been called by a higher power but her friends and family called Stacy and Clinton. Can Emily find a feminine style that balances her youthful energy?
Jenn is a lawyer and matchmaker who puts her careers before herself and her wardrobe. Jenn's work has become the love of her life and she's left no time to have a meaningful relationship. Can Stacy and Clinton help this overachieving overanalyzer?