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Eavesdropping in Nordstrom! Lying to ourselves in the Dressing Room

Carol shares her recent experience of shopping at Nordstrom’s and what she learned from eavesdropping in the dressing room! The lack of real tools offered by the current system of fashion is pathetic.  Set yourself free from fashion that doesn’t work and start living beautifully! Few women care about looking fashionable, but every woman wants to be beautiful.  Dressing Your Truth gives you the skills to bring out your greatest beauty!


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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  • Deb

    I am a type 3 and have done my best to full on embrace this energy type. However, as I was watching your video I was noticing the put together outfits behind you and I was feeling very sad, because I love the type 2 colors and over all look and continue to feel very attracted to them. Since I have embraced my three-ness I have received many compliments and heads turning and I know that I am looking good. I am enjoying the new me but, why do I find myself attracted to and longing to be another energy type even though I know this new energy is really me?

    • http://caroltuttle.com Carol

      You probably need the Type 2 energy in your life. Wearing Type 2 clothes in not the way to give yourself that. Spend more time with a Type 2 friend, in fact a very rewarding way to appreciate Type 2 clothes is to introduce a Type 2 woman in your life to Dressing Your Truth, once she has taken the online course, go shopping together and appreciate the Type 2 clothes, makeup, jewelry and hair on her! I love all the looks, but on the right women and this has satisfied my need to want to put it on my own body!! You can sign up for our affiliate program at http://www.dressingyourtruth.com because we want to share a generous commission with you for bringing us new customers!

  • Monica

    Hi Carol–
    Thanks for the great post! I was taking advantage of a huge sale at Dillards this weekend for a few key pieces and yet I too like great finds at thrift stores and often get compliments wearing an outfit I didn’t spend more than $30 for head to toe. I’m a Type 1, Type 3 secondary, (through the course and a photo review) but have not purchased Dressing Your Truth. I realize now I should return everything I got this weekend and invest in myself with the course. As a single mom of three (one in college) I always put myself last and am struggling with clearing my money-worthiness issues. But your comment that “seeing other put together women throws off the women who are feeling most un-put-together” hit home with me. I am ALWAYS seeing other women who I think look great. I am ready to “break out” with my own business ideas this year and want to get a headshot done, but now I think I’ll go through Dressing Your Truth first before I invest in that. Thanks for your honesty and your passion.

  • karen

    I am a believer in shopping at thrift shops and consignment shops. I rarely buy anything that isn’t on sale. You don’t have to spend a fortune to look good or dress your type. But you do have to believe in yourself and learn what looks good on you and what doesn’t. A bargain isn’t a bargain if it’s just going to stay in the closet and not be worn. But it’s also a great way to take a chance, explore your options and not lose a lot of money if it turns out to be a bomb!