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His “What Not To Wear” tips for online dating include avoiding outdated clothing, costumes and tops that reveal too much cleavage.
The co-host of ‘What Not to Wear’ took some time out of his busy schedule wrapping up the tenth and final season of the TLC reality show to talk about the program, the evolution of his personal style and his true feelings about commuter shoes. And we just got along like a house on fire as they say.
What question do you remember from your interview for ‘WNTW’? This casting agent e-mailed me out of the blue asking if I wanted to audition. I had never met her before, but I had known her my whole life.
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I don’t spend my free time skipping down the street criticizing people and taking them shopping. Sexy underwear If you could only wear one label for the rest of your life it would be ________. I want to be on a beach wearing polos and shorts for the rest of my life.
People don’t even wear those for step class anymore. There are so many comfortable shoes out there for women.
How has your personal style evolved over the course of the show? I find it much more interesting helping women express themselves through style. How is working on ‘The Chew’ different from hosting ‘What Not To Wear’? ‘What Not To Wear’ is exhausting, it’s old-school reality TV because we shoot four days for one hour of TV. On ‘The Chew’ it’s an hour’s worth of work for an hour’s worth of TV and there is an audience in the room so there is a certain energy to that.
And of course I’ve been talking about the same stuff from ‘What Not To Wear’ for the past ten years: get a cute blouse, some dark wash jeans, a good jacket. Mostly OK, it can be incredibly chic if done on purpose The one article of clothing worth a diet of Ramen and saving for months is ______.
“After ‘What Not to Wear’ ended, I really needed a break from makeovers,” Kelly tells The Post.
“In talking to my single friends, I realized that the online dating world is crazy and women really needed help.