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Do You Have a Closet Full of Clothes and Feel Like You Have Nothing to Wear?

Many husbands have been baffled when their wives stand looking at their very full closet and exclaim, “I have nothing to wear!” How is this possible? How many dollars do you think the average woman has invested in clothes that she does not even like? What has created this phenomenon? Have you lost interest in the superficiality of fashion and beauty? Do you feel frustrated when you shop? (All you Dressing-Your-Truth-ers, I know you can say no to all these questions! But there are millions of women out there that can still say yes and we need to help them!) If you are still answering yes to these questions, watch and learn and get ready to change your experience. Our Dressing Your Truth team wants you to take back your beauty and own your fashion so you can start saying no to these frustrations and stop wasting money! Learn more about Dressing Your Truth at http://dressingyourtruth.com


Carol Tuttle

Carol Tuttle is a teacher, speaker, healer, and best-selling author of five books. She has dedicated her life to helping people worldwide create the lives and relationships they desire. She blogs to support you in creating your ideal life.


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  1. I still have a hard time…I know I am a Type 1, but every type you talk about I have that thing, shopping with someone they say’s that looks great you should buy it so I do! type 2 I wouldn’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings by saying no but way too embarrassed to take something back, type 3 I am more likely to buy something I don’t love because its cheap and then buy in all colors, and type 4 I love to be unique I hate looking like other people I don’t want to feel like I am copying someone else’s look! How can a person come to terms with all those emotions in one shopping trip!!!

    • Well Tammie, all I can say is…how Type 1 of you to be so adaptable! Make sure you really get clear on what YOU want and start living more true to it! Love Carol

  2. I haven’t read the book yet – so perhaps I shouldn’t comment yet! However, I have been watching a lot of your videos and am pretty sure I’m a Type 1. I have a very random collection of clothes – but default to t-shirt and jeans! However, you might be interested to know that for the past 6 months I have been doing the Six Items of Clothing or Less thing – which started in the US – and how I use it (to simplify things for myself) is I choose six items of clothing for one week (sometimes two weeks if it’s working well) – so a kind of continual experimentation and challenge going on – fuelled mainly by wanting a system to make the choices less stressful (and more fun?) for myself!

  3. Wow, I really am a type 2! I have stopped going to tupperware parties and other similar home shopping parties because of the guilt issues and have learned to avoid certain stores where the sales clerks are “too” helpful.

    I have to confess that your $1 trial offer made me feel really guilty – like I was ripping you off if I got too much out of it for free. I bought and am loving the full course, btw. I can’t wait to get my chroma card so I can really start dressing my truth. (What percentage of type 2’s who tried the trial offer ended up buying the course? Was it higher than other types?)

    I have a question for you, where is that beautiful type 2 top from? It is really pretty.

    Thank you Carol (and your team) for all that you do!!

  4. Wow, this video could have helped me be REALLY clear on my Type 3ness if it were done when I was trying to figure out my type. I do ALL of those Type 3 things when I am shopping! I sometimes do things to please others (secondary 1) also and I’m becoming more aware of that so I can give myself a few seconds to think, is this something I really like?
    I liked this video, I’m going to share it!

  5. Kathleen says:

    Even though I’m a Type 1, I’ve lived out of my Type 4 secondary in trying to follow “simple” recipe for fashion and the idea of wanting to look different from anyone else. Now I’m really loving adapting my simplicity to the bright,crisp, freshness of Type 1. I have acquired some new Spring/Summer clothes that are pushing the envelope of animated for me and it’s fun!

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