Two years after “What Not To Wear,” Clinton Kelly is back on TLC — and this time he’s making over women’s dating profiles.
In “Love at First Swipe” (premiering Friday at 9 p.m.), he and former “Real World: Brooklyn” cast-member-turned-dating-guru Devyn Simone team up to help unlucky daters identify the mistakes they’re making online.
I thought, now this is a makeover show not about a gimmick, but with a real purpose that can help women find something that they want, which is love.” First, Kelly gives the singles a style makeover then Simone offers up an online dating tutorial — with tips on writing a tagline for yourself, choosing the best lighting for your selfies and the must-have photos that should be in your profile.
His “What Not To Wear” tips for online dating include avoiding outdated clothing, costumes and tops that reveal too much cleavage.
As for the worst outfit he saw in a profile photo this season?
“One woman wore thigh-high fishnet stockings, high-heeled boots, a crop top and a short jacket,” Kelly says.
Stylist Stacy London has been shelling out fashion advice on TLC's "What Not To Wear" since 2003.
and now she's got a book of case studies coming out in October called "The Truth About Style." Thanks to her incredibly successful career in the industry, she has become a trusted voice of reason to women of all sizes, shapes and ages.
At first glance, London's shopping and wardrobe tips may seem like common sense, but as she told us, "most women know what to do already but they just don't do it." Things like taking the time to try things on in the store before you buy them and not wearing things that just don't fit, along with those fashion do's and don'ts that often get swept under the rug in favor of a great sale.1.
Lock and Load: "One of my absolute musts is for women to go and get their bras fitted.
You have to have it professionally fitted whenever your weight is altered by diet, and pre or post-pregnancy.
Even the slightest bit of pounds lost can alter your bra size dramatically.
I recommend that you go in every six months for a fitting to make sure everything is secured and of course, comfortable! Don't Wear What Doesn't Fit: "A pretty common sense tip but one that often get's forgotten about.