Parents' Guide to

Style by Jury

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Makeover trials mix fashion advice with peer feedback.

TV TLC Reality TV 2004
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From moms who stopped dressing up after they had kids, to students trying too hard to create a unique style, the series highlights the various ways women fail to look as good as they can while feeling comfortable with what they are wearing. It also highlights many of the fashion tricks and tips used to choose the styles that suit them.

It's mean to be positive, but the jury's comments aren't always easy to hear, especially when they border on being insulting. However, they're offered within the context of demonstrating how your style impacts people's first impressions. Despite the uncomfortable moments, up-and-coming fashionistas will probably appreciate the hosts' expertise and the transformations that occur.

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