The part of the show that most intrigued me was the "look book" presented to each woman to help her learn how to pair her separates and accessories. I suppose most women learn how to accessorize when they are young, but I think I must have slept through those lessons. That or attending a parochial school with a strict uniform policy warped me for life.
When it comes to fashion, I may beyond help. For example, I recently checked The Science of Sexy out from the library. The 'science' in the title comes from the 48 body types the author has identified. Each type is represented by a numeric value determined by height, weight, and shoulder-bust-hip ratio. That part made sense to me. My troubles began a few pages later when the author asked me to identify body parts I considered flawed (there was no category for "all of them") and to identify the three parts of my body I love (none). Then there was the question about the image I want to project. The choices were (A) sophisticated and glamorous, (B) conservative and classic, (C) trendy and cool, (D) hippie chic, and (E) all-out-sexy. None of these describe what I want -- a combination of intelligent and artistic.