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Do You Know The Worst Dressed Woman In America? She Could Win a PEOPLE Makeover!

05/18/2007 at 06:12 PM ET

Does someone near and dear to you try to mix stripes with polka dots? Does your best friend desperately try to copy stylish celebs, but end up looking like an unmatched mess? If so, now’s your chance to save her from herself! Encourage her to enter PEOPLE’s first-ever From Worst to Best Dressed contest! She could have a chance to win a complete wardrobe makeover, get professional styling advice and star in her own photo shoot! The newly revamped winner will also appear in an upcoming issue of PEOPLE magazine. So do your duty as a good friend — encourage your pal to enter today!

Click here to enter the contest!

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Claire on

Oh no! What was she thinking?! Striped and polka-dots?! You’ve got to be kidding me! Horrible!

kay on

yes, i do know the worst dressed women in America; BRITNEY SPEARS. would some one please get her a real stylist!!!

katje on!

DesperateHousewivesFan on

What the hell was that woman thinking?! I have nice clothes. I was a model for 3 years.

Amanda on

That is horrible
And if she’s going to do something in red why does it have to be so pale
it is one of the worst outfits i have ever seen


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