26-year-old Amie Ormand is a self-confessed shopaholic whose compulsive consuming is not only taking over her home, but is threatening her relationship with her fiancé Ali. Amie just can't stop spending and buys something new every day – whether it's online or on the high street – spending up to £200 a week. And while over half of the 2,000,000 tonnes of new clothes that the UK buys annually gets thrown away, Amie never lets anything go. Now she and fiancé Ali are literally drowning in heaps of clothes – her hoard takes over most of the upstairs rooms, including Ali's office – and they desperately need to clear their house. Amie's hoard includes; 106 dresses, 142 handbags, 50 pairs of jeans, 140 pairs of shoes, 7 digital cameras and a rowing machine. And when they are all laid out in a warehouse for Amie to see, it's a tough dose of reality. The huge piles are easy pickings for antiques and artefacts dealer Nick Allen who uses all of his selling know-how to shift Amie's collection, including setting up a pop-up shop so Amie can sell her clothes back to the people of Exeter. But with interiors expert Abigail Ahern needing over £2000 for the redesign of the house, Nick is under pressure to dish out some tough love to help Amie succeed in parting with her fashion hoard and make some much-needed cash. Will Amie finally let her emotional attachments to her clothing go and raise the money needed to transform her house into a home fit for newly-weds?