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A Marriage Proposal on 'What Not to Wear' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Nov 29th 2010 1:33AM
A Marriage Proposal on 'What Not to Wear'Always a bridesmaid, never a bride -- until now. On 'What Not to Wear' (Fri., 9PM ET on TLC), style experts Stacy London and Clinton Kelly encounter the intriguing fashion case of Hillary, owner of a floral boutique. Hillary has lost forty pounds since opening her flower store, but hasn't updated her sweatshirt-based wardrobe to match her slimmed-down body. "I wear lots of belts to, like, try and keep my pants and stuff up," she admits. "Which is kind of ghetto."

Hillary also admits that she doesn't spend a lot of effort on "this part" (meaning herself). In the meantime, her business revolves around helping couples in love, engaged couples, couples who are about to be married ... "I focus more on the flowers," she says. "I'm usually worried about other people ... especially weddings; I do a lot of weddings. It's a lot easier for me to do, is make things look pretty with flowers."

But now, it may be time for Hillary to stop focusing all her energy on others, and start spending a little time on herself.

With the help of Clinton and Stacy, Hillary gets a complete makeover. When she emerges at the end of the show, to the applause of her family and friends, she gets an extra surprise -- in the form of a proposal from her fiancé, Don, who is a wedding photographer. The pair were dating for three years before the engagement. But now, they can finally stop watching other weddings and take part in one of their own.

Congrats, Hillary! The clothes don't necessarily make the woman, but in this case, they did at least provide the staging-grounds for the proposal.

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Lori

Very nice, but what is wrong with the whole picture??? He handed her the ring and did not put it on her finger...lol

November 29 2010 at 3:38 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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