British style gurus Trinny and Susannah have descended upon an unsuspecting New Zealand to revamp their style and dress up their wardrobes.
The fashion victors hit Auckland's shopping precincts and encouraged passing women to ditch the drab and don the dapper.
One passing office worker, Wendy Stewart, was urged to be a little more adventurous in order to take advantage of her shape.
"They said, 'You should be flashing your boobs more and wearing fishnet stockings
and I went, 'Oh my God'," she told the New Zealand Herald.
However, Ms Stewart had a less intrusive fashion
experience than others, as Trinny and Susannah flung up the skirt of a passing nurse and scrutinised her underwear.
The health professional told the newspaper she "didn't love" that part of their service.
Stylists Trinny and Susannah wrote for the Daily Telegraph's style pages for many years and then presented the BBC's What Not To Wear.
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