Vanessa, who has a degree in Chemistry and plans to move to the US to look for a job, admits that she never thinks of herself as having any kind of fashion sense. She also knows her "Plain Jane" jeans and t-shirts may not cut it in her new adventure.
Desiree became a mom at 16 and didn't take the time to focus on herself, go to college or develop her own personal style. Now single, she wears tight sexy clothing but admits to needing a new look if she is going to get back out into the dating world.
Alexandra Vega strongly believes that women should always be comfortable first; even if that means sacrificing their style. Alexandra poses the additional challenge of having a skin condition that requires she be fully protected from the sun at all times.
Can this vibrant wheelchair athlete, who has completed two half-Iron Man races, ditch the jock t-shirts and dull work clothes and apply the amazingly positive attitude she has in life to her not so positive wardrobe?
Will Stacy and Clinton be able to get this video gaming super nerd into an updated style that is appropriate for her age and give her the self confidence boost she needs to get back out into the dating scene?
Leigh-Anne is a busy, working mother who dedicates more time to teaching her students and her children then to her frumpy wardrobe. Can Stacy and Clinton school this busy professor/mom to ditch her scrubby wardrobe and adopt a more sophisticated style?
Will Stacy and Clinton be able to raise this working mother's self-esteem high enough so that she can get out of her outdated clothes and into a practical yet fashionable wardrobe that's also ready for the dating scene?
After dressing in business suits for years, Deborah has taken the freedom of dressing however she wants a bit too far. Will Stacy & Clinton be able to help her reign in the ruffles to find a more appropriate version of her southern belle fantasy wardrobe?