Win A Sensational Spring Makeover!

When we admire the way a woman is dressed, chances are her clothes and accessories enhance everything wonderful and unique about her, from her personality to her body language and facial features. No one is better than Dressing Your Truth® when it comes to giving every Type of woman the tools she needs to look—and feel—sensational. Once you’ve mastered Dressing Your Truth’s beauty and fashion philosophy, you’ll never have a bad outfit day ever again!

Now one lucky FOF will win the empowering DYT online course and get $200 to spend in its online store. You’ll discover which of the 4 Types of beauty you are and learn how to reflect it through your wardrobe. And you’ll get a head start on looking sensational for spring.

“You’ll learn exactly what is happening on those days you feel at odds with your looks,” DYT says.

“By discovering your Type of beauty, you’ll find that your so-called ‘flaws’ actually are your best features and gifts. And you’ll feel freer than ever to just be yourself!”

The 3-hour DYT course will teach you about the 5 elements of style—color, fabrication, texture, design lines and pattern—tailored for your Type of beauty. You will save time and money by learning to buy clothes that work for YOU and won’t sit in your closet forever. DYT’s makeovers can “take 10 or 20 years off a woman’s face,” and will leave you wondering “why you waited so long to feel this good.” The course includes hours of personal style training, DYT Club Membership, outfit guides, and much more. DYT’s online store features the perfect apparel, jewelry and makeup for each of the 4 Types of beauty. 1 FOF will win.

To enter to win,

tell us why you want this makeover

in the comments section below.

Then, click here to learn your type of beauty for free.

1 FOF will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes March 25, 2014 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

389 Responses to “Win A Sensational Spring Makeover!”

  1. Betty Kinney says:

    I lost 150lbs. 8 years ago and have kept it off. However I am now on dialysis and wear the same clothing 3 days a week to keep the weight off the scale when I go in. I love to dress up when I am not on dialysis and need a little help with age appropriate clothing. My husband just passed away 3 weeks ago and I am ready for a new look.

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  2. Kim V says:

    I am in a rut!

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  3. Minnie Cameron says:

    Empty nester, ordained minister, second bloom career as an event planner. First career in law. Would love a fresh, new look that matches not where I am but where I am going!

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  4. Mea says:

    I going to be sixty years old in 2015. I have adjusted to being an older woman and I really love this time of life. I am looking forward to some exciting new opportunities in my life and my work. I realize that I need to learn some new tricks for using make up and clothing in a way that works with my age but doesn’t make me look older. Great stylish clothes look awesome on pretty older women. I find it challenging to balance hip artsy individualism without looking like an old hippie or school teacher. I think more women are dying their hair simply because it’s the only way to stand out in a sea of silver haired beauties! I’m ready to let go of my grey, embrace color, embrace sexy ageism and turn some heads!

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  5. sally says:

    Because its been too long since I have had something nice for me

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  6. jennifer says:

    I’ve lost 115 pounds in the last year and I have no idea how to dress for my new body!

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  7. Debora says:

    I really could use some help with my style identity. I think I know what it is but I need a way to mesh it with my makeup and hair too. This would a DREAM to win. I am entering a new chapter of my life. 🙂

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  8. Anna 55 says:

    Proably between type 2 and 3 beauty. I desparately need a makeover, and so thinks my daughter. I think if I won, it would brighen my outlook. Thanks.

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  9. fashion shopping says:

    I am a type 3 beauty,causal and simple.love those stylish outfit,all of them are great!

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  10. Lorraine 53 says:

    I’m a type 1 Beauty! Fun, friendly, and bright! Love the outfits; would look perfect on me.

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  11. Lisa R says:

    I am overweight and dress in sweats all the time because I figure why should I buy anything. I realize now that its so excuse not to try and look the best I can until I lose weight.

    sibabe64 at ptd dot net

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  12. kathy cassinelli says:

    Same style for too long

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  13. Cynthia says:

    I am not good at layer but i have upgrade my wardbore just now,I ordered some lovely and affordable dress&sandals form ebuy24hours.

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  14. margara says:

    Basically, because i wouldnt even know how to define my “style” (if any)Probably somewhere between tyoes 1 and 3, but im not even sure those flatter me…. I could sure use a LOT of help in that department, so I do hope to win! Thank you!

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  15. Veronica Garrett says:

    I would like to win. I need a makeover. It would renew my enjoyment of life.

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  16. MARIA simon says:

    if you saw my wardrobe you would probably call that show what not to wear 🙂 sadly but true ..thanks for offering 🙂

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  17. Chrysa says:

    Working from home, I tend to neglect my wardrobe. This would help me start a turnaround!

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  18. Zola Dickerson says:

    Three kids and 4 grandkids later, I need a makeover!!

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  19. AEKZ2 says:

    I need a makeover because my wardrobe mostly consists of shorts and t-shirts.

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  20. Cynthia says:

    I love the type 2 style. Although they all look great. Wish me luck. I have lost a lot of weight unintentially and need a whole new wardrobe.

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  21. virgil poore says:

    i wold love to win for my wife..she hasnt had new clothes or anything really in long time.she takes care of everyone else and doesnt buy for her self.this would be great to treat her to something just for her!

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  22. Rachael says:

    I have undergone three hip surgeries in the last six years. I am 35. During all these hip problems I have barely bought any news clothes!

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  23. Sue Miller says:

    I liked type 1 and I have just relocated from NY to MD to live closer to my daughter and would like a new look for meeting my new friends!

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  24. Julie Hawkins says:

    I want to win this giveaway because my wardrobe is tired out and dull. This would put the fun back in!

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  25. Michael G. says:

    I would love to win the fabulous prize for my wife! She deserves a wardrobe upgrade since she takes so little time for herself and gives to family, friends, and coworkers without hesitation!

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  26. Jenn says:

    I would love to win this for my mom. She was recently diagnosed with cancer and is about halfway through her treatments and going strong. She has been so strong through all of this for our family and deserves something wonderful.

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  27. Margaret Peterson says:

    As a new empty-nester, I’m having a bit of an identity crisis when trying to figure out who I am without any kids at home. Knowing my style type would help confirm who I am on my own and a new wardrobe would be emotionally uplifting.

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  28. kathy pease says:

    I would love this at 48 I have been feeling kind of frumpy lately and would love to liven up my wardrobe and look

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  29. Paula A. says:

    I’m now 60! Enough said! And after a long winter, I’m ready for a new Spring wardrobe!

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  30. Kelly Freeman says:

    Because I’m finally done having kids!

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  31. ginny says:

    I would love a new look – I have a hard time trying to purchase clothes that will work for me

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  32. Adina Weinstein says:

    Without much money I try to look my best and it’s not easy. This would really boost my confidence and show a proud face to the world and work.

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  33. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Need a new look after divorce and move to new job

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  34. Judith Smith says:

    At the top of my career I was always the one who received compliments on my wardrobe. I was forced to quit my job 4 years ago due to medical issues, I forgot how to dress. Seriously, I can not put an outfit together that looks decent. My hair never does what I want it to and I always look thrown together. Need help!

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  35. Sand says:

    I would like to win because my wardrobe needs a complete overhaul!

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  36. Lauren Harmon says:

    I want this makeover because I just turned 25 and I’m struggling with “growing up”, shopping in the juniors section just feels wrong but misses clothes don’t seem to fit right either! Help?!

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  37. Sky Evans says:

    I want to win this so I can look nicer for my birthday this year.

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  38. Karrie Millheim says:

    It seems all I ever wear are shirts and shorts. I lost a bit of weight and never really showed it off. I would love to have a new look and show myself off a bit

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  39. Dana Cerrito says:

    I would like to win because I work 7 days a week and have no time to ever dress-up! I need new clothes badly

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  40. Karen Drake says:

    I want to win because I am 51 and have no idea how to buy clothes anymore, I am too old for most styles but I am not ready to look like my mother either, I am so lost when shopping for clothing.

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  41. shorine says:

    I would love to have a new change for the spring. A new makeover and look can do wonders for a woman self esteem.

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  42. shorine paul says:

    a lot of my clothes don’t fit due and could really use a new make over.

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  43. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Tired of old spring clothes. Need to look updated for work

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  44. jen gersch says:

    i want to win this to look stylish and chic

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  45. krystal wethington says:

    I need some new clothes and with spring here id love this.

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  46. Debbie Nye says:

    Spring means new beginnings!

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  47. Caroline says:

    I’d love to be able to prove that a woman over 50 can look hot in an age appropriate way and I need a bit of expert advise proving that.

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  48. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Returning to work after divorce and need a new makeover

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  49. Jennifer H. says:

    I turn 40 this year and feel stuck in a rut. I work full time and have two children with Autism. I feel like I don’t have time or money to shop like I would like to. I love these outfits and would love a little makeover.

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  50. Brenda says:

    Need a new updated look, hopefully it will would help me find employment.

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  51. DanV says:

    I’d like this because I could use a fresh new start for spring

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  52. Cindy A. says:

    I could definitely benefit from this! As I get older I find it more difficult to find what works for me.

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  53. Maureen says:

    I would love to win because I need some new things and have no money right now to buy any. Also, I think winning this would definitely lift my spirits. I also need to know how to dress. Thank you so much.

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  54. stephanie teague says:

    1,2 or 3 would work for me, I love the fresh new looks and I’m not good at coming up with ideas anyway! Whoever put these together are awesome!

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  55. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Tired of old wardrobe and mom jeans

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  56. PATRICIA SKAGGS says:

    I need a new look and style to match the new me for 2014!!!

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  57. Mihaela Day says:

    I just had a baby and I would love a new wardrobe

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  58. Thelma Reed says:

    A make over for spring, how exciting!! Never had a make over. Over 50 yes, what looks good? I don’t have a clue now, after all these years I struggle with bad hair & clothes days. I could use a make over. I am always busy with this large family of ours and working 40 hrs a week as a case manager in social services. One day I looked in the mirror and didn’t recognize the person looking back. All of a sudden I felt and looked old, I want to look and feel good at the age I am.

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  59. elizabeth says:

    I could really use a makeover because it has been about 10 years since I had one. I need some updated pieces to add in.

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  60. Carol Lorentz says:

    After being in a wheelchair for 7 years, I’ve lost weight and need new clothes to fit my new body . This would help my self asteem greatly to win this elegant and bright wardrobe.

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  61. Sherri Staples says:

    I am 54 years old, soon to be 55. I find that my wardrobe is a mishmash of old styles and looks that may no longer reflect who I am. I badly need someone to help me refine my style, as my different roles in life are changing. My daughter just left for her first year in college. I’m looking to change my career and with that, my life. I could really use a make-over.

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  62. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Got new short hair and color so need new wardrobe to look great

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  63. AJB says:

    Would be good to have an updated look.

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  64. Basya S says:

    I would be so happy to win this! I need makeover for my sister’s anniversary party. I would love to be there and look my the most possible best.

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  65. Tricia Hope says:

    I would so appreciate this for my daughters’ wedding.Her Dad will be bringing a date and I am struggling with self esteem.Thanks for the chance!

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  66. Ladine says:

    I’m ready for spring but I don’t think my aching body is. I really could use a make-over I’m sure if I look good on the outside I will feel good on the inside.

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  67. Sue Epling says:

    I ‘m lost somewhere between being a working professional and a retiree! After 30 plus years in the workforce and wearing either a uniform or business attire, I’m confused about my wardrobe. I’m a Registered Nurse that worked most of my career bedside, and the latter years in an Administrative capacity. Now, when I get up in the morning, I’m not sure what to put on!! I ALWAYS do my hair and makeup, but what to wear is the BIG question!

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  68. Paula says:

    I need to look, on the outside, like I feel on the inside. Fabulous”

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  69. happi shopr says:

    I’ve recently lost weight and could use the new clothes

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  70. Betty Babcock says:

    I need help

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  71. jhendon60 says:

    Kids are all off to college and I am ready for a change too–no longer want to wear the mom cloths. I need to mature–gracefully–too.

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  72. anne roberts says:

    I would love to win this because I am reinventing myself this year I turned 50 in jan looked in the mirror and saw a grey haired overweight frump for the last 26 years I have put husband and kids including my 16 year old special needs first I homeschool and take care of them and now my invalid sister and aging mom and now need to make time for me This would give me a very much appreciated boost in making myself someone I can appreciate seeing in the mirror again thanks for your time Anne Roberts Norwich ct…..

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  73. joannew says:

    I would love to win this makeover because I am a tired 47 year old mom of two young boys (who I love very much)!

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  74. Kim says:

    Why I need this makeover? Well, I just had my 55th birthday and feel and look like someone’s elderly Grandma. Please help update my wardrobe and look. I really have no idea what to do with myself. Good luck to all! Thanks FOF!

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  75. KAREN COGBURN says:

    This is just what I need since I am going back to work after 25 years

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  76. Soledad says:

    Who couldn’t use some new things?

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  77. amy parsons says:

    My children are always saying I dress so old. I would love to receive an update.

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  78. ellen herbert says:

    I would so love some advice – 53, letting my hair go silver and need advice on color palettes and wardrobe for active career that is age appropriate but not stodgy. I am a wife, mom and part time care giver for my folks. Want to look my best for my clients and my husband and most of all myself. Navigating the waters of aging and all that comes with it. Some help would be very, very appreciated!

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  79. Iris Gonzalez says:

    Just love what you put on you posted on your page, such great outfits for spring/summer days ahead!

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  80. Christa L. says:

    I would like a makeover to feel fresh and new for spring!

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  81. Mary says:

    Help – I’m feeling frumpy!

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  82. Cynthia Ash says:

    I would love to win this makeover and give it to someone special! My sister is 53 and her daughter is getting married in August. She is struggling with being a little uncomfortable with her weight and style and wants to look fabulous for her daughter’s special day. What a fabulous gift to give her and make her feel super special! Instant makeover on the inside and the outside as well! Her name is Tammy Crow! HUGS & LOVE!

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  83. Diana D. says:

    I’d love to win this makeover because I just got back into the workforce in the last couple of months. I was unemployed for several years because of 2 separate cancers. I didn’t have any extra money for a clothing wardrobe. I’m only working part time and have managed to scrape together some money for some nice, professional outfits to wear. But now that Spring is coming, I need to buy more clothes but I really don’t have enough money to get what I need. I’d love to be able to purchase several new outfits to wear for work.

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  84. Camille Long says:

    I desperately need to win this as I have been stuck in a rut for quite some time now. It has bothered me more since I went through a bout with cancer and won.

    I find my style of dress boring. the fact that I am overweight (fighting to lose the extra pounds)extra frustrating. I tend to stay to basic colors…black, white, browns, grey because I think they make me look best and my clothes are not very fitted because I am embarrassed of my body. I could really use professional help in elevating my look and my spirit!

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  85. jule j mullins says:

    I need this makeover more than ever, its been so long since I have dressed for a night out I don’t know how.

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  86. Deborah says:

    I’ve never had any type of makeover. I think it would be fun to see what my possibilities could be.

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  87. Padma Narasimhan says:

    I am trying to work again full time in a professional place. Need a complete
    makeover!

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  88. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Tired of old summer wardrobe

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  89. Frances Pedison says:

    I would love to win the DYT course to help me to look better through the clothing and accessories that should be worn to make me feel better and attractive. I work with the public 40 hours a week and would love to be more confident in myself through how I present myself to the public by learning how to better myself through what I wear.

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  90. Jean JLC says:

    I would love to learn to become the woman of today, and to discover through DTY’s program what Type of Beauty that is me. My world of working from home, raising my children, and volunteering has change because of poor economic times to being out into the professional world still wearing the working clothes of years past. I am dated and desperately in need of a DYT’s makeover. I yearn to learn and feel and look good at 62 and to show the world that this is a new beginning and not an end. Fingers crossed, thank you.

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  91. Gail says:

    Everything in my closet is black. I’d love to find out what I should be wearing to make me look younger and to get a head start on the new wardrobe.

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  92. Lisa Smith says:

    I’m a 50 yr old woman who has reached a stalemate with her style. I’ve put on some weight, due to age and medication, and could really use a emotional boost that looking stylish and current will give me. I’m drifting in a sea of 50ish blahs – please help me to become a Fab Over 50 woman!
    Thank you

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  93. Donnamarie Mazzola says:

    I could sure use a beauty boost, starting with my self-image!

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  94. nereida lugo says:

    I would love to win this DYT makeover! I DESERVE IT and I’m not afraid to say it…. I’ve been always the caregiver and never the one to be taken care of, I just for once want to feel, look and be MY TR U E BEAUTIFUL SELF as I should and meant TO BE at 52, I’ve not given up hope.

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  95. JJ says:

    I could tell you a long sob story to beat all other long sob stories, but what’s the point? I just need help putting my foot out the door so I won’t feel like I’m just waiting to die and not living each and every day to the fullest. I don’t think life at almost 50 is over, but it’s a new season in life to begin again and see life through new eyes and hopefully a new wardrobe! It makes a difference…

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  96. Carolina says:

    I need to go from always SPORTY to STYLISH but don’t know how…HELP

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  97. vicki bogart says:

    I would love a Spring makeover.

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  98. Dorothy Walawender says:

    I’m a 55 year old Mom with two young daughters, 13 and 11, who tell me all the time that I need to quit buying for them and buy something for myself. This prize would make it easy for me to get an updated look and not feel guilty.

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  99. Claire says:

    I’d actually love to win this for my mother, who recently retired and now has more time to focus on looking and feeling good.

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  100. Karen McTurk says:

    I will be, hopefully, getting my Opticians license soon. Most of my clothes are from thrift or consignment stores. Also,I cut my own hair, and have very little jewelry. It would be nice to have a pulled together, professional, look for once.

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  101. Donna C says:

    I’m stuck in the 80’s and want to look like I’m in the current decade!

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  102. Cynthia Shifler says:

    I have always wanted a make over. I have never been sure that I have the right hair cut, wear the right clothes, etc. At sixty, it would be great to know that I looked the best that I could. I have worked hard to make a difference in the lives of children and youth. It would be nice to feel and look my best as well. As a mentor, that is important to show that you can look your best at any age!

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  103. Julie Kordick says:

    We lost everything in a house fire in January. I need a new spring & summer wardrobe

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  104. Rosie Britton says:

    I don’t have a sob story stating why I need a new wardrobe. I just love clothes & would enjoy learning the correct way to dress for my body type.

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  105. Eva J says:

    After close to 40 years together, I am divorcing my husband. I want to look my best for my new life.

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  106. Jane says:

    I’m over 50 & started a new job in Dec. Everyone I work with is younger & more fashionable. I would love to have a more up to date look because everyone tells me that I look 15+ years younger than what I am.

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  107. Linda Lansford says:

    want this makeover because my clothes are dated

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  108. Judy van Ryn says:

    I would love to winthis as I am losing weight and a few new things would encourage me.

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  109. Elisa Leibowitz says:

    I love to win because its been a cold, long winter and a spring makeover would be a great way to celebrate the end of the cold and the joy of the spring weather

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  110. Brendalie Augustine says:

    I feel I need and updated look.

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  111. sharon says:

    I do feel stuck in my same-old, same-old and would appreciate the opportunity for some professional personalized input!

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  112. Deb Peters says:

    Im 58 but feel like 38 and I dont know how to dress for my age.

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  113. Cathi Eifert says:

    A spring makeover would be just the ticket for me – we have had so much snow this winter – I really need a pick me up! Love your site – love what you are doing!

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  114. RAYMOND DORION says:

    oui

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  115. KARINE DORION says:

    oui

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  116. LYNE DORION says:

    oui

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  117. Cynthia says:

    I haven’t had a makeover ever. I think I deserve it because I just turned 30.

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  118. Kim says:

    It’s me time! Newly separated, losing weight and ready for a new look!

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  119. Rasa R says:

    I’m turning 60 this may and what a fun gift this would be!

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  120. Theresa N says:

    My whole life has changed this year my clothes need to also.

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  121. Darlene Comeaux says:

    At 61, I could use a makeover. Everything is looking tired!

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  122. Marta says:

    I just started a new job a few months ago & would love some new spring outfits. I love the 1st & 3rd collection the best, but all the clothes & accessories are wonderful.

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  123. Deb says:

    Well, I can’t get a do-over of my younger years, so at least a make-over would help!

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  124. jane v says:

    I will be 60 years old this year & it is getting harder & harder to find fashionable clothes that do not make me look older, I consider myself young at heart & look younger than my age. My clothes should be a reflection of the way I feel about myself.

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  125. nikki robak says:

    the online course would do wonders for myself as I do not work due to a disability

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  126. Bonnie Pavel says:

    I am retiring later this year and feel I need a new style for my new life. I’m ready to discover the new me!

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  127. christy r. says:

    Hi, I would like to win this makeover because I have never had any kind of makeover and I think it’s about time. Thanks for the Giveaway.

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  128. Debbie says:

    Spring! Looking for that quick fix to the fountain of youth!!!

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  129. s darby says:

    sounds good

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  130. DONNA BARRETT says:

    Becoming a senior is approaching and I wanted to appear younger looking

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  131. patricia magliochetti says:

    i would love to win,havent been feeling good about myself lately because of my ms,a makeover would help me feel good about myself ,and maybe a change will help,i just turned 52 and my birthday wasnt good.so thank you for a great giveaway and i will be keeping my fingers crossed

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  132. Kimberly O'Bier says:

    Awesome!

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  133. Cindy Walker says:

    I’m heading toward 60 and not liking it – could really use a change!

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  134. velder dixon says:

    need a new make over-this will do the job-new attitude

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  135. Debbie Phillips says:

    Over the years, I have tried SO many different styles and trends- basic black, flowy,jewel tones, classic, hippy – you get the picture. I have an idea now, that I would love to feel comfortable in ALL the clothes that I wear- not only in fit, but also in style and color. I feel that this program may hold the key to that idea. I would love to win this program and chance to choose a wardrobe!

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  136. Elizabeth says:

    I think I am a Type 1 beauty but I’ve been so long in 0 that I know I really, really need a make over. It’s been a long winter adding to the blah Beauty Type all in gray!!! Help!!!

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  137. Donita Rensberger says:

    Hi!
    I have had multiple sclerosis since I was 34. I am now 57 and feeling the best I’ve felt since I was 34. I can think again! Even though I can’t walk well, I would love to learn my color and style having made it through everything I’ve been through. Thank you for your inspiring newsletters!

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  138. Cynthia says:

    Life is for living and a new wardrobe open up a new possibility. A new outfit can make you stand taller, shoulders back and a smile on your face. It give you confidence in yourself and makes you feel like a $1,000 bucks. Bring it on.

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  139. Stephanie Simpson says:

    Everything is changing in and on my body. I do not know what works anymore. I really need help to get back on track again. Getting a make over would be a great start.

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  140. paula says:

    I would love to win a spring makeover. I’m 56 & need a new fresh look. after a long harsh winter, a spring makeover would be amazing.

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  141. Mary says:

    Just did spring cleaning and donated much of my clothing. Would love to win this to replace some of the stuff I got rid of…

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  142. Jocelyn says:

    I would love to win this – I know I NEED a make over. Sometimes I feel like I’m dressing like an old lady. Just because I’m a Grandma, doesn’t mean I need to look like one. First step of knowing my beauty type would most likely help a lot – get me on the right beauty path. 🙂

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  143. pamela tonsberg says:

    Many are more deserving than me, but I have been through a lot over the past two years. I’ve had many surgeries and been through many changes. This would be nice.

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  144. Jewel Hopson says:

    My clothes are now making me look outdated and tired. Now that I’m older, my body has changed. The style I’ve relied upon just doesn’t work anymore. I need to re-educate myself. I really could use some help.

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  145. Nezzy ( Cow Patty Surprise) says:

    Woohoo, this is one old Ozark Farm Chick who could use a real update on the old wardrobe, if ya know what I mean.

    I kinda think this chick is a mutt when it comes to figurin’ out the old type…I seem to be a mixture of all. Heeehehehehe!!!

    God bless ya’ll and have a fantastic day from the windy hills and hollers of the snow-capped Missouri Ponderosa!!! :o)

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  146. konny church says:

    This would be for my wife she would love to be pampered

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  147. Jessica says:

    I would love this makeover to learn what kinds of clothing I should be wearing to flatter my body type. I usually stick to basics for colors blacks, grays, and whites. I would love to add more color to my wardrobe, but I don’t want to look to bold and look tacky.I’ve been on a weight lost journey with a Nutrition coach. I’ve lost 15 lbs and hoping to lose 20lbs. More. It has been a challenge, but I can’t wait for the end results when I can fit into the clothing I want to wear and not feel self conscious. Thank you for the wonderful giveaway.

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  148. Nancy Isgette says:

    It is getting a little harder to put things together as we get a bit older. I think a little help with mixing and matching some basic pieces with what we already own would be such a great advantage….

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  149. deb hayward says:

    i am now physically challenged, i would love to know how to
    dress again.

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  150. KAREN SIMMONS says:

    I JUST LOST 48 POUNDS BY DOING HOT YOGA AND SMALLER FOOD PORTIONS. I AM AMAZED HOW QUICKLY I AM RUNNING THROUGH THE SIZES OF CLOTHES BACKWARDS! 18, 16, 14, 12!!!! IT WOULD BE FUN TO BE A TYPE 2 FOR MY NEXT SIZE DOWN. I AM STARTED TO FEEL FEMININE AGAIN. THANKS FOR THE COOL CONTEST AND FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO LIKE ME ARE LOSING WEIGHT…KEEP ON KEEPING ON!!

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  151. heather cooney says:

    Updating my look has taken years off my appearance. Would love some new duds to bring me into the 21st century!!

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  152. Lucille says:

    I just turned 58 in Feb. trying to lose 30 lbs have lost 2 so far I would wish that one of the women who lost alot of weight win thisw. I would like to but don’t feel like I deserve this as much as someone else.

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  153. Vicki Hancock says:

    Lost 60 lbs last year, lost my Daddy, and I just need something positive for once. It’s been such a bad year that I show the stress horribly and need to figure out how to look better!

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  154. Cynthia Cusumano says:

    I need a makeover to jump start my look for my job search. At age 58,I want to look as stylish and smart as I feel and get that great career position. Understanding the way to select clothes and accessories to complement my personality one key to reaching my career goals.

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  155. ellen schull says:

    I am ready for spring and need a new look. I really would like an update.

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  156. C R Williams says:

    I would love this makeover because my wardrobe definitely needs an upgrade and this would challenge me to dress more with style.

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  157. Shelley says:

    I am age 61 and never had a makeover. HELP!!!!

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  158. Tammie Owens says:

    Turning 50 this year. I find it harder to dress fashionably without trying to look like I’m twenty. Fashion is geared more to the younger crowd.

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  159. Dave Taube says:

    My wife desperately needs a makeover. As a working wife with two kids, she has no time to update her wardrobe. Winning this would put the bounce back in her step (and get me out of the doghouse).

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  160. Anne Derkat says:

    My wardrobe could use a refresher.

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  161. DOLORES IRWIN says:

    I WILL BE 57 ON THE 25TH OF THIS MONTH AND WOULD LOVE A MAKE OVER. I AM NOT FASHIONABLE AND WOULD LOVE TO LEARN HOW TO BECOME MORE KNOWLEDGEABLE ABOUT FASHION AND WHAT WOULD WORK FOR ME AND MY BODY TYPE.

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  162. Susan Corkum says:

    Just turned 59, have two grown children still living with me (for free!), haven’t bought clothes for about 10 years. Luckily my sister’s friend gives me her ‘hand-me-downs’.

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  163. Carrie Conley says:

    I would love to have new clothes for the spring…

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  164. MaryAnn Pepe says:

    I had been a beauty adviser in my younger years. Now that I am 60, I would like some advice myself!

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  165. jeanne nelson says:

    Thanks for bringing the spring we are want NOW

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  166. Miriam Pinheiro says:

    I need this makeover because I am not too good at putting outfits together. I have to take my daughter shopping with me to help. I am also looking for another job and I want to look put together.

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  167. Eileen Hawkins Ball says:

    Last year my marriage ended ,36 years ..I spent those years looking after the children raising a grandchild , being a wife , now , my time is here . I am 56 years old started growing my curly hair out lost 50 pounds ..and seem to have no idea where my style is , I do not want to look like a 20 year old . but my age approiate style , I do not wear make-up or very little and find what I am wearing is out dated or I am not sure what I should be wearing . HELP!

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  168. elena callas says:

    I really need a makeover!

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  169. Kim says:

    Could really use a make-over!!!Knowing your body type and the clothes to fit it are key!!Would love to win.

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  170. Raymond Stone says:

    In it to win it for my wife! Thank You!

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  171. Sandra Anderson says:

    I am now retired and a makeover would be a wonderful way to update my appearance to coincide with my new lifestyle.

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  172. Kim Lencsak says:

    I could really use this make-over because I truly do not know what clothes look best on my body type. I have lost a little weight recently, I’m only 5’2″ so it’s hard because sometimes Petite clothes are too small and regular women’s are too big??Very confusing. Please help.

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  173. Carol Catto says:

    I recently retired and seem to wear jeans and sneakers all the time. I think I need to figure out what looks good and is age appropriate. I really need help.

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  174. Zippy Sandler says:

    I have always had a BOLD personality, and my wardrobe reflects that. Even if I dress classic, the colors are always primary, and even the LBD will have a kick of color (red shoes perhaps).

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  175. Donna Sherritt says:

    I have worked in factories for many years. My usual attire consisted of either navy blue uniforms or jeans and t-shirts. I’m now working in an office and recently divorced. I would love to update my look.

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  176. Ethel Adams says:

    I would love to win your makeover . I am 65 and have had several surgeries . I’ve loss my hair twice. I would like to start this spring fresh I have always been the fashionable one but I loss my best friend to cancer and I don’t know what to do. I like bright colors in combination but not all at once. Like most I love fashionable shoes and boots but feel I’m getting to old to wear boots. I like sandals I have pretty feet and nails. I need lots of help because I can’t decide how I should dress at 65.

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  177. Candy says:

    40 lbs heavier, over 50 and still have a closet full of jeans and numerous shirts. I would love to dress classier without giving up comfort, just don’t know where to start!

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  178. Barbara Witt says:

    I am 76 and I have never felt all put together. I’m never sure if everything I wear is a “Fit” and looks good together. I would love to have that ” I feel like I look great” look.

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  179. Victoria Zumbrum says:

    I have never been much into style. I always wear clothes for comfort. I work at a law office and I would love to have a makeover to see what the right style is for me. I want to look and feel beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  180. LeeAnn P. says:

    After being a stay at home mom for over 10 years, I find it necessary to find myself a job. To say my wardrobe is inappropriate for this task would be an understatement. Plus, I’m ready to regain some of my old style and flair updated with a modern sensibility of course!

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  181. DEBRA Russell says:

    I’m 53 and I want to have a wardrobe that works for my lifestyle, I love gardening but always dress nicely whenever I leave the house. Most of the clothing is for younger women. So, I want to learn what to wear for my age and look great.

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  182. Janine Darnell says:

    My outside does not reflect my inside.

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  183. bernardina sims says:

    This would be great since I can’t remember the last time I bought myself something new!

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  184. Brenda Thomas says:

    Hello, Hope you are having a wonderful fun day.

    I need to upgrade my wardrobe. I have clothes that I have owned for 20 yrs or more and could use a new look. At 56 yrs old some of my clothing is a little outdated.
    Please consider me for your makeover.

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  185. Kathy DeCicco says:

    After the winter I have been through, shoveling the 120 foot driveway endlessly, and the calloused feet abd cracked, bleeding hands to show for it, I REALLY would love some new things!

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  186. lc white says:

    because I need that inner beauty to come busting thru!

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  187. Ida Khodorkovskaya says:

    I feel terrible about myself. Almost everyone lose weight for the Spring. I gain some. I do hope work it all back to my normal, but I need makeover for the reason, that I am still out of work and want to make the best possible impression when I will go looking at least for part-time. I do not need a suit for the interview, but I do need to look neat and presentable.

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  188. Dawn says:

    I am tired of looking old and frumpy and need to take care of myself so I can take care of others!!!

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  189. Shelly Heller says:

    Why I want a makeover: I need an update. I think of myself as young and with-it, but I just turned 70 and realise that it is time to look my age and my profession. Its hard not to look too young or worse, too old. I am not a fan of shopping, so having a guide to help me choose a wardrobe would be a god-send. I still have ‘my colors’ from the popular 70s trend, but even that needs updating!

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  190. L Rose says:

    $200.00 to spend on me? How novel!

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  191. cathy smith says:

    love to win this

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  192. Diane McMahon says:

    I would love a new wardrobe for spring. I have not been shopping for myself in a long time and could use an update.

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  193. Larisa K says:

    My birthday is coming and it is the number of years, that I definitely will get “surprise” party and I would love to surprise my friends and hubby with the best me.

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  194. KAREN COGBURN says:

    These are perfect as I need new clothes after losing weight because of divorce

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  195. Brittney House says:

    I’ve lost 40 pounds recently and i’m having a tough time dressing my new body.

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  196. Debra Malone says:

    I’m ready for spring!! A new doo/color and a new outfit plus showing me my style would be marvelous.
    Would luv,luv and luv more!

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  197. DO Talbot says:

    As a stay at home mom, I would love to feel sexy again with a makeover. As my kids get a bit older I realize how important it is for me to feel good about myself again!

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  198. Trish F says:

    Hello I would love to win this because I think all women over a certain age needs help in the fashion department. I love fashion but I’m afraid to experiment with my wardrobe for fear of dressing too young for my age and looking ridiculous. So I want this makeover to give me some confidence in my fashion sense. Thanks!

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  199. KAREN COGBURN says:

    So tired of heavy winter clothes

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  200. Phyllis Skoglund says:

    Type 3 beauty caught by eye as a naturalist. I prefer greens and clever camo like the black and white skirt.

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  201. L. J. Smith says:

    Grandmother of three needs some modern updating.

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  202. Carol says:

    In this year since my husband passed, I returned to the work force. At 59 it seems everyone is younger than me. I had spent the past 10 years as a housewife, then caretaker of ailing family members and then as a student. I was living in jeans and sneakers. On top of that I have gained 50 lbs and am struggling not only to lose the weight but to regain my sense of self. I can’t decide if I am a Type 3 or 4 but this makeover would really help me to look the part for the promotions I am eyeing!

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  203. anessa says:

    I have never truly found my style. I would love some clear direction and be able to set a good example for my girls.

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  204. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Went through divorce after 25 years so a new wardrobe would be great

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  205. elizabeth says:

    This would be great for me because my wardrobe could use some updating. I am a type 2.

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  206. Rosi McCoy says:

    It’s been a long winter and my husband has been without a job since 7/13. A make-over would sure lift my spirits, and I would be very grateful. Thanks.

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  207. Drusilla Marin says:

    I need this makeover because I am working a new me for 2014…new body, new attitude; so a new wardrobe would fit right in!

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  208. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Lost a lot of weight so need new clothes

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  209. Cynthia Richardson says:

    My fashion style is all over the map. I’d like to have more of a plan when I shop and accessorize.

    Cynthia.Richardson@azbar.org

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  210. Jayne says:

    I would love to win this! I need a makeover! I’m almost 58 and still live in jeans every day! Help!

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  211. TOM BEDFORD says:

    Always ready for a fresh and fun new look for the Spring season

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  212. Jennifer Tower says:

    I need this makeover because I have had the same look forever..since my daughter was born, basically, 23 years ago. I had another child who is 14 now then triplets who are now 10, and I have no time to even think of style. I am a jeans and tshirt person..tired of looking like a “kid” in my clothes and would love to look my age.

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  213. kathy rothrock says:

    Hello!! I would love to win this makeover, and I think I deserve to splurge on myself for a change!! I’ve gotten so used to the same “outfit” every day, jeans, usually a shirt with a long sleeved shirt over it, and clogs or sneakers. I am in a rut and don’t know how to embrace the way I really want to look, step out of my boring comfort zone, and trust in my own fashion sense. I would also love a new hairdo, but I’ve been too afraid to break out and change that too. Please, help me!

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  214. Karen says:

    I would love the makeover because I recently lost 70 pounds and none of my clothes fit. My kids laugh when I put on what they call my fat clothes

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  215. Connie Giardina says:

    I have lost 64 lbs in the last year and I am still going strong at it. I would like to have a wardrobe that fits me in every way.

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  216. Sandie Aliprantis says:

    I am dreary looking. I am tired looking. My clothes have the worn out look. Please help!

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  217. p.kopec says:

    i’m stuck in a rut

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  218. Helene Galek says:

    I am turning 60 in a few days and have begun a new path in life.
    I am beginning my own promotional business as well as fully pursuing my acting profession.
    While I know I look more youthful than the number usually brings to mind, I feel I need an update and refresh on my fashion sense – I feel like I am in the between age of Forever 21 and Dowager. Since finances are low at the moment, I sometimes feel stuck between the aforementioned fashion gap and at a loss where to find something fashionable and fun for that in between age.
    ( If I could sew, I would design an affordable line for women in the 45-65 age range who are in shape, energetic and young at heart!)

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  219. Karen Leraas says:

    I am unsure what “type” I am. I looked in my closet and what …blah…..

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  220. KAREN COGBURN says:

    Tired of old wardrobe

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  221. Hazel Smith says:

    My wardrobe is in dire need of a makeover. I am growing my business and need a professional and put together look

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  222. Craig says:

    The makeover will actually not be for me – since I am male – but for a lady friend who is a military vet and 100% disabled.
    This would certainly brighten not only her day or her week or even her month…but her lifetime.

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  223. Kris Anderson says:

    It is hard to look mature, but not old. I also am moving from a uniform into an office. Plus, I don’t dress well for my body type. I need lots of help.

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  224. Sandra Brazeau says:

    After taking care of my dad for 13 years (he was an amputee), I am ready to enter the next chapter of my life – for myself.

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  225. mary-ellen says:

    I have a jumbled mess of a wardrobe and need help making sense of it

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  226. Lori says:

    I think by having a makeover, I would get a much needed boost to my self esteem.

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  227. sandra aucutt says:

    Ready to start a new chapter in my life. Looking forward to the next 20 years. Hope to make them the best years of my life.
    Never had a makeover, sounds like it would be fun. I really like type 3.

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  228. Karen Mumpower says:

    I’m finally getting ready to retire and want to go out and enjoy life and would like new cloths to do this with

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  229. sharon says:

    I need a new look, and a makeover, like the type 1!

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  230. Lynda C says:

    I would like this because I am in a major rut! Get the crowbar…it’s going to take some work.

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  231. Ms. Moore says:

    I will be 49 years of age this year and I have never discovered my signature look. I want a look that says I’m smart, confident, sexy, and classy!

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  232. gretchen says:

    After watching the free episodes from Dressing Your Truth, I was so relieved. Finally I know that I am not just sloppy and boring when I wear my comfortable, subtle clothes. I am just dressing my truth! It felt great to hear that. It actually has relieved some stress that I felt over not being like others in different areas also. Now, I need some new clothes to help with my new understanding.

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  233. Terry says:

    Having just turned 50, I’m finding it difficult to find age-appropriate clothing. I don’t want to dress too young, but neither do I want to look matronly. Help!

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  234. Patricia N says:

    Wow! I am so in need of a new look. I’ve started a part-time job and after 12 years at home I have no idea how to dress.

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  235. Barbie says:

    I no longer work in a professional business setting so I need a new cool and fun look for the next chapter in my life.

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  236. Marsha Crain says:

    I could really use this makeover. I look at the mirror now and try and decide what I should wear-is that too young for me-does that make me look old and boring! I will be going to my 45yr class reunion in Sept and would like to feel confident!!

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  237. Kim says:

    I need help both makeover wise and wardrobe wise. I have totes labeled size 12-14, 16-18, tops L, tops XL, tops 1X, tops 2X that I’ve had to a million years. So what do I end up wearing? A boring t-shirt or sweatshirt and jeans. Hair & make up is blahhh too!

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  238. Brenda says:

    a makeover would hopefully give me more confidence and help me be able to find a job that I need desperately.

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  239. linda says:

    I have recently retired and am in need of new clothing as I wore uniforms to work.

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  240. Valerie A. Metzler says:

    This is the first beauty/fashion philosophy that really moves me and speaks to me. It is very convincing.

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  241. Marygrace says:

    Getting back into the workforce after 8 years working from home in my jammies! Took Carol’s course last year and learned I am a Type 2. How does one dress for success in this soft type? Thank you in advance for your help!

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  242. Marygrace says:

    I’m looking to get back into the corporate workforce after working from home for over 8 years. I took Carol’s Course and learned I am a type 2. How does one dress for success in this style? Need help!

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  243. Serge Deschenes says:

    bonne chance a tous

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  244. Debbie Flynn says:

    I lost some weight and I would like to get rid of all my old frumpy clothes that I use to wear because I never wanted to spend money on “fat clothes”. Spring is coming and it is time for a change and a new me.

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  245. Jennifer Neal-Humble says:

    After being bald from breast cancer, I would love to feel better and look better! A make-over would do just that!

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  246. Tricia Hope says:

    I really need this to feel comfortable and enjoy my daughters’
    wedding.Her father will be attending with his girlfriend and that makes me very uneasy.I just want all of us to enjoy Caras’ special day.Thanks for the chance.

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  247. sandra says:

    because i usually don’t get clothes for myself and could use a change

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  248. joann langdon says:

    I recently turned 60 years old, and feel like I need a new me, with style and flair, in a rut. Need to shed the worn out clothes that are in my wardrobe.

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  249. mandradany says:

    Yes, I am going to be 55 – Mother’s Day!…looking forward to the celebration but need a boost to my always looking tired droopy eyes (wearing glasses makes me look older) and lift in spirits since I do not know how to be fashionable having gained weight in my petite stature, its so hard to get into a dress without being conscious about my big belly bulge! I would love to be pampered and showed that there is a way to this madness…(besides buying huge/bigger sized clothes to hide my bulge)even just for a day…it would make my life a miraculous change!

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  250. Leslie Petersen says:

    My wardrobe needs help for sure! I wear the same black clothing ALL the time. These clothes are lovely 🙂

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  251. Marilyn says:

    I need a makeover so I can feel alive again. Since my husbands death each day has been a challenge.

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  252. anna sattali says:

    Type 2 is for me, but any will do.

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  253. Anne @MidlifeBlvd says:

    I’m traveling more for business and want to look sharp.

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  254. MaryAnn Pepe says:

    After many years as a make-up artist and helping women look their best,now that I am 60 and on SSD,I would love to finally have someone do this for me!

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  255. Becca Z says:

    I want to win this course because my wardrobe is a mish mash amalgamation of so many colors and styles, and I would rather be streamlined with only the flattering pieces.

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  256. Sherrie Stewart says:

    I would love the Spring makeover! I’m starting to interview for a new job and would like to have clothes to help me look professional at my new job

    Cheers!

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  257. Christine says:

    I would love a spring makeover, it’s the beginning of fresh starts, fresh chances to start again

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  258. chiara ciofolo says:

    i love it!

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  259. Katie says:

    I’d love a style makeover. I am a bit all over the place and like things in each type but I think I am a type 2 with a little 3 and 4 mixed in.

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  260. Phyllis Lamken says:

    I have a hard time finding clothes for a woman my age. The department stores have really dowdy clothes in ugly colors.

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  261. Bettie Claxton says:

    I’m reaching retirement this year and my possibilities are really going to open up. I won’t have to worry about what I wear to the office anymore. OF course after 40 years of being in an office I’m not sure what I want to look like.

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  262. Kathy says:

    I am 52, fit and fierce. I’ve been working out with Tabata and HIIT and I’m in the best shape I’ve ever been. My wardrobe is outdated though and I need a new one to show off my fabulous frame!

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  263. Carol C says:

    I just recently retired. It wasn’t what I planned but circumstances at work made the choice for me. It was probably a good thing because I was not exactly happy with the job and gained quite a few pounds. I am working on losing them now. I would love the makeover to help with my new lifestyle especially since I want to look for a new part time job and need to look my best. Thank you for this contest and best wishes for the winner.

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  264. paula says:

    I’m 56 & don’t enjoy clothes shopping. I’m petite & hard to find clothes that are age appropriate that fit. I never know what looks good. I would love to win this. I live in the northeast & winter has been brutal. A makeover for spring would be amazing!

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  265. Tracey Byram says:

    I’ve been feeling down in the dumps for months and new clothing always makes me feel better.

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  266. Cheryl says:

    After a long cold winter we are all ready for spring. A makeover would be a GREAT way to start spring!

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  267. Marta Bechtold says:

    I want this makeover because I just lost 35 lbs! and all my clothes are too big.I am letting my hair grow outt and don’t know what to do with it! I want a new look!!!!!

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  268. Terry Lillian says:

    I just became a glamma and I want to maintain my young hip look without trying to look too young. I love fashion and try to keep a classy trendy style. I want some tips for more color and a still look classy yet sassy.

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  269. Michele Cox says:

    I have too many clothes accumulated over too many years, and I need help and inspiration to cull and create a more streamlined closet and wardrobe!

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  270. mag says:

    This winter has left me feeling blah. Would love a pick-me up to boost my spirits and send me back into the land of the living (it up).

    Thanks!

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  271. Nancy Paurus says:

    I am starting life over, at 55, almost every day. My surviving children are grown, am a new young grandmother, and wish to keep my outer appearance reflecting how youthful I feel inside.

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  272. ramona ryan says:

    I need help

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  273. Leslie says:

    I have always wanted to do this!!

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  274. Roxanne S says:

    I just never seem to feel that I pull everything together in the most appropriate way. I think I know what looks good on me, but diagnosed recently with a vision problem, I’m wondering if what I see is what others see. I need to know my MOJO and clearly stick with it.

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  275. Stephanie Sosa says:

    I have made big changes in my life since almost leaving this earth two years ago from being ill. I am fully recovered but look really outdated with my present wardrobe. I have dropped quite a few inches and lbs and nothing fits.. My wardrobe really looks frumpy.

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  276. barbara wicklund says:

    This is so smart!

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  277. Jenny Chanady says:

    I gained some weight winning this would really cheer me up.

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  278. Jenny Chanady says:

    I gained some weight winning this would really chear me up.

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  279. Neila says:

    I’m intrigued by these style types, very interested in finding out if the one I think I am is correct!

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  280. Judy Meidel says:

    I do not have a type. I need a makeover to see what I can do to make myself more presentable. I tend to wear the same type of clothes, makeup and accessories. I would like to step out of the box to achieve my true potential.

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  281. Tammy Allen says:

    I think this makeover would help me to feel better about myself. I need a change both mentally and physically and this would be a great start.

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  282. Janet Morris says:

    I need this wardrobe because the one I have is outdated.

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  283. Robin Carson says:

    SOS I reallllyyyy need this makeover. I have struggled for years with body image and no matter what I try, I can’t seem to look put together. I work in a technology company and am tired of my “grandma” look because the group treats me as they see me – their grandma. Help!!!

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  284. Mirela Hadaller says:

    I attended one of your Fabulous 50 shows, and I really learned many useful things about menopause and how to take better care of myself. I just celebrated my 51st birthday, and I think a makeover would make me feel motivated to feel and look fabulous!

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  285. Kathy Sholes says:

    I’d love to have this makeover because I feel like it’s been a long time since I focused on me! I just had a birthday in February and this would be a great start to my next year of life.

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  286. susan Householder says:

    Number 1, I really love the pastels, and playful colors. What a joy it would be to win ,Nice way to start the spring off,with a classy swing line of clothes.

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  287. KAREN COGBURN says:

    In a new relationship so this would be great

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  288. Jean Fischer says:

    I’m 64, work at home, and have no style. I need to dress better

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  289. Vickie Rau says:

    I am 56 years old and go to my closet daily and have nothing to where. The clothes I currently have do not look the best on me. I would like new clothes but I really need the dressing your truth course to buy the right clothes. This makeover would start inside and build outward.

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  290. Kristi C says:

    I just recently started back to work after many years, and my wardrobe really needs updated.

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  291. Tamara Lawson says:

    It has been so long since I have had new things ,I can’t remember when.The Kids come first so I would love a new look

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  292. Pamela Goldman says:

    I’m 52 and feeling dowdy. I’m starting to feel like I look like my grandmother instead of a vibrant young 52.

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  293. Vicki Hancock says:

    After losing 60 lbs last year, I have no clothes and no idea what to wear.

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  294. Eugenie says:

    I haven’t had any new clothes in quite awhile. I need to perk up my wardrobe with some new pieces.

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  295. Shannon L. Barlow says:

    I’d love to win a new wardrobe makeover because I desperately new clothes. We have enough money to pay bills but never anything left over for other stuff. It would be great to have some new stuff for a change. It would be great to win. Thank you very much for the chance.

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  296. Brigitte Walsh says:

    I would love this makeover! After clearing out my closet and sorting through my clothes, I’ve found that most of my pieces were from 15-20 years ago, and I either can no longer fit into them, or they are no longer age appropriate. A makeover such as this would do a lot to boost my confidence!

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  297. Jules Prater says:

    I wear scrubs to work so i need to know what looks best for me!

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  298. Christy Largent says:

    I sure would love some fun clothes to keep up with my darling 6 and 10 year old kiddos. As an, ahem, “Older Mother”, I don’t want to be mistaken for their grandmother!

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  299. Valerie C. says:

    I’m going back to work now that all my children are in college. I have nothing great to wear. This would be fantastic to win. Thanks!

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  300. karan lewis says:

    I need a makeover!

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  301. Laurie Stamper Penman says:

    I’ve lost so much weight due to surgery, then being sedate the last couple years has caused me to gain about 35 lbs. I’ve lost 10 and am working on more, but I just can’t find anything that looks good on this wacky body shape I have

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  302. Julie Skillicorn says:

    I always think that I am going to try something different but when I get home….it is the same as everything else in my closet or I end up doing my hair the same way! I need someone to pull me out of my rut!

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  303. Lisa ludwig says:

    Oh my goodness! Could I love to win this. Had Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever for and delt with its effects from Aug thru Dec, which made me gain weight from not having stamina to work out till recently. Combine with turning 57 in April- FabOverFifty pick me!

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  304. manuel montoya says:

    This 28 year Police Officer and Army veteran needs a serious makeover!

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  305. Jewel Hopsokn says:

    I’ve had some of my clothes since 1990, and sometimes my hair is a little shorter than usual, but basically my hairdo is older than my pre-millennium clothes. Help! I’m long overdue for a makeover.

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  306. kim mignella says:

    I need a makeover because, well, I am a mom and never take care of myself. I’m the last one in my family to get new clothes!

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  307. Deb says:

    My get up and go got up and went, but left all the “old stuff” with me!

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  308. Barb Bennett says:

    My divorce is final and I need a new me!

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  309. PATRICIA SKAGGS says:

    need an updated wardrobe

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  310. Darlene Boyne says:

    I will be celebrating my 60th this month, This baby boomer would love a new look.

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  311. Sherri says:

    I would so love to win this. It has been literally years since I have bought any new clothes. The most intriguing part would be to find out what type I am. Keeping my fingers crossed for this.

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  312. Janice says:

    Would be fascinating to win. Just can’t see how I “fit” into any of those categories. Live and learn!

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  313. Debbie Martin says:

    After many years working in the fashion industry helping other women with their images, I’d love to have someone help me to see my best self and figure out a new style direction for my 60’s.

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  314. beth meyers says:

    type 3 beauty. I am fabulous.

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  315. debra says:

    Recovering from a prolonged illness and hopefully will be returning to work soon-my wardrobe needs an update

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  316. April says:

    I woke up one day and I was my mother…

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  317. jennifer says:

    I would love to win to show off my new curves! I have lost 115 pounds in the last few years and I feel healthier, more energetic and happier than I have in years, I would love some great clothes to accompany that!

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  318. Tracy Culbert says:

    My children are becoming more independent allowing me to focus on myself for the first time in 10 years. I have been working out regularly and would like my clothing to reflect my new found confidence and sassiness. I feel so overwhelmed when I go shopping for clothes. I have no idea how clothes should fit, what colors look good on me and what styles complement my body type.

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  319. Mia Pacht says:

    I have not bought an item of clothing foir myself in quite a long time…..more than 10 yrs…it is time to truly make a change and have a much needed makeover…..it would be a joyful feeling….how wonderful it would be to feel great once again !

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  320. yvonne galindo says:

    Any type of improvement I’ve been raising my three grandchildren after raising my four on my own, Have not done anything nice for myself for the last 16 years

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  321. Heather Swanson says:

    I am in love in a new relationship!!

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  322. Terry Simons says:

    My husband has a terminal illness, Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis. I would love the opportunity to brighten my days.

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  323. Janna says:

    so busy auditioning for summer regional theatre…a fresh look is essential!

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  324. Charlene says:

    I am 62 years old. Petite in stature. However, I wear a size 16 Yet can’t wear tops in that size because my upper arms are large Yet my breasts are small. I’m out of balance in measurements and hard to find things to fit. I need a makeover really. One that can accommodate my different specs. I look younger than my years and want to accommodate my features. thanks

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  325. Deborah says:

    I need something to liven up my look!

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  326. mell says:

    I have a very youthful appearance from the shoulders up, but my style of dress tends to let people know my age. An updated wardrobe would help me look better.

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  327. Rose Holloway says:

    I have been stuck in a rut for more that 20 years. I need an upgrade and an overhaul 🙂

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  328. Jovan B. says:

    Because I’m a hot mess or as Oprah would say – a slumpadinka. lol

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  329. Isabelle Dervaux says:

    My first challenge is that after working at home for 30 years I need a new bold look to go confidently to my new clients’ homes as I am starting my new business as a photo organizer. Second, I had a mastectomy and need to adapt to it with the right tops. Third, I need to learn how to use make-up now I have moved beyond the 50 mark. My eyes are deeply set which makes it hard to have a good headshot. Working with another pair of eyes and training will make it all happen!

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  330. Mar gavlik says:

    As a school librarian in a middle school I am feeling that I am being pulled into the vertex of “librarian frumpy dressing.” Please save me!

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  331. Amanda Stauffer says:

    I recently have to trying to get fit and heathy and have lots a lot of weight. Lots of my clothes don’t fit so this would be amazing!

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  332. Candice Milne Simons says:

    I would love to win this makeover! That would help me feel better…..and new clothes… That would be a real treat!

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  333. MARY says:

    My current wardrobe consists of yoga pants and t-shirts. I could definitely use a change…

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  334. B. Lerner says:

    Unfortunately, as I slip into menopause, I’ve gained weight. My closet is full of beautiful clothes I can no longer wear. Someone times I go in there & get teary-eyed. I’d really like to get some nice new clothes to help me feel good at my new weight.

    That being said, if I can’t win, I think some of the women here are deserving candidates: MARY TOMKO, SHERRY HARRISON, DEBBIE CHANEY & JOAN MICHAELREE. They’ve had hard times.

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  335. DONNA BARRETT says:

    I WOULD LOVE TO SPRUCE UP MY WARDROBE, I LOVE TYPE 1

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  336. Dorothy borgese says:

    I would like to win this makeover because my career as a police officer I wore a uniform for twenty years and on my down time jeans. Since retiring I have dine s lot of volunteering and need a more a professional attire to attend the meetings Thanks for chance

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  337. Debra Malone says:

    This makeover would be perfect for me to help with encouragement to live life at its fullest.
    A new day and looking good!!

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  338. bernardina sims says:

    I can’t remember the last time I bought clothes for myself, so this would be so wonderful!

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  339. Rita says:

    I’d love to win this because in truth, I have no idea, even after reading through the different types, which style suits me best. Could be a one, two, or three, but definitely not a four. So I could definitely use some help! Thanks and good luck to all who enter.

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  340. Patricia says:

    I have worked hard to get to my goal weight in a nationally known diet program….now want to have some new duds so I can show off to my friends and family.

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  341. Tammy Schweitzer says:

    I want this make over for two reasons I planning a new career move plus getting married this spring. So my wardrobe could use from freshening up as they say. thanks

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  342. Carolyn says:

    Every time I see these 4 types and the descriptions it gives me a knot in my stomach. I don’t fit any of them and it’s just so frustrating….I give up.

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  343. Tina Helmstetter says:

    My birthday was just yesterday and I turned 58. I feel young but I don’t want to look like I am trying to look like I did when I was in my 20’s. I am petite but my body has changed. I’m have a little trouble finding a style that suits my body type and my age and yet reflects my youthful spirt.

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  344. Joan Michaelree says:

    Ending a 41 year marriage and i need help in finding a new direction!

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  345. Beverly says:

    I’m 58. It’s time for something new.

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  346. Yvonne Hooker says:

    at 66 I have lost 110 pound and I am now widowed I want feel pretty again.

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  347. marlene says:

    Love to be redone! I am now 66 and gained weight. Very unhappy when I look in the mirror. And I try clothes on and get so sad… Always, was small and worked in the fashion industry.

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  348. Cyndy says:

    My body is changing with age and my old clothes don’t fit right anymore, so I really need to update my wardrobe.

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  349. Gayla says:

    I would love to have this makeover. I have gained some weigh and no longer feel sexy or desirable. I would love to feel feminine with these pretty clothes.

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  350. Donna C says:

    I’m stuck in the 80’s!

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  351. MARY TOMKO says:

    I am disabled and am living on a fixed income. I was in an abusive relationship and lost what little I had. This is what I need to start a new Chapter in my life since I do not have the luxury to purchase new clothes. I really appreciate the opportunity. Thanks

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  352. IntoTheMist says:

    Simple , I gained weight and had made most of my better clothes and now have to just look at them. Very soon I am right at an age where I need to feel feminine again with some pretty items.

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  353. Dorothea Warren says:

    I retired early because of health issues, which grew in number and severity as Dr’s try to figure out why i can’t walk without excruciating pain. I’ve lost 50 lbs, a small miracle given i can’t exercise, but i have quite a bit more to go. I need something to help me feel connected to the world even though i’m out of it, as well as a reason to
    Dress up and wear make-up. I have tons of both that just sit in piles. I just need help.

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  354. ellen schull says:

    I HAVE BEEN SICK, AND HAVE GAIND WEIGHT. I NEED SOMETHING TO PICK ME UP. THIS WINTER HAS BEEN SOOOO LONG I NEED HELP.

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  355. Patricia S. Meisels says:

    I will be 59 on June 7th, and have never truly known what is right for me. I am an empty nester. My style was “mom”, what was right for where ever I was taking my kids. Work, was what was comfortable, going out, jeans were just fine with some kind of top. Now, I basically still wear jeans, tops, a dress on occassion, sneakers, or a pair of flats, boots if it’s cold. I wear jeweled colors, white during the summer. Last year we went to Vegas, my husband told me to go get a few things, I had not worn makeup in years, so I walked into MAC and they had to teach me how to put makeup on. Since Christmas I have not worn it and have again forgotten how to use the product. I need help. There are a lot of women here that could probably use it more then I can, but I ask of you, please pick me. I am lost where fashion, style, color, shoes, makeup and accessories are involved. I am just too young to be this old. Thank you

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  356. Michelle Court says:

    After 23 Years of marriage I am now divorced, a single parent and feeling the need for a change. I am in a state of flux right now and want a look that will match who I am. Help!

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  357. Felina P says:

    My life has had so many changes in the last 3 years, moved across the country, married. My wardrobe has not been a priority so long that I have now lost control of it & don’t know where to start.

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  358. Rhonda Poluck says:

    I look old and worn out. A change would be wonderful.

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  359. Angie Ehlers says:

    I could really use an update makeover! Please
    Help me make a change to boost my start. I
    Need help!! Thanks.

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  360. Julie L says:

    I want this makeover because I’m stuck in a rut. Ive always been stuck in a rut. I wear a uniform at work and then just wear whatever is easy at home or when I go out. I have no real style and I dont know how to play up my best features and really showcase myself in a positive light. Id love to learn how to do that and get a head start on a new wardrobe!

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  361. Sherry Harrison says:

    6 time Breast Cancer survivor, who has not had a make over since 06 (before chemo) turning 52 and recently lost my mother, my biggest supporter…thank you

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  362. Karen Hamlett says:

    I feel that, after over 25 years of wearing a nursing uniform, I am not sure what my true beauty style is. I will be retiring in the near future and would love to start a second career….uniform-free!

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  363. Pauline Morales says:

    I would like to feel better about myself.

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  364. christy r. says:

    I want to win this makeover because I have never won one before. Thanks.

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  365. tfabglam5 says:

    While I love ALL of these beauty types, and feel that my look symbolizes a mixture of all them combined – I am gravitating to the Type 3 Beauty offerings, and do tend to love rich and dynamic clothes, makeup and accessories. Since I have golden-toned skin, these colors and makeup shades will definitely be flattering for me. It would be such an extravagant treat to be able to score this beautiful collection of fashion, makeup and accessories!

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  366. Wendy Wallach says:

    I want this makeover because I always look around me and wonder how people can look so put together. When I look at myself I see separate pieces looking real ” separate!” It is about time I understood how to make each item of clothing that I wear work together to make a whole outfit!

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  367. christine burd says:

    I would love to update my look and update my confidence as well

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  368. Debbie Chaney says:

    I lost my job in February 2011, and after 3 years out of the workforce I’m unable to fit into my interviewing clothes any more.

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  369. Janen says:

    I would like to feel more “pulled together”. I think DYT would help me accomplish this goal!

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  370. Pat Lankes says:

    I would love to update my style

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  371. Jerrilynn Atherton says:

    I am graduating in May with my Associates Degree at the age of 52 and re-entering the work force. Help me…please!!!

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  372. Angelia Howard says:

    I think all women could use help to see the body the way it truly is and appreciate it. I find my view very distorted.

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  373. Kai W. says:

    I need a new makeover. I have the wrong style or wrong coloring that makes me look older than I look. Need a look that makes me look younger.

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  374. Lynn Zapotoczny says:

    I need a new style..tink I’m still stuck in the 80’s 🙁

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  375. patti lovecky says:

    I love to shop, but find that I end up with a lot of clothes, but have a real challenge putting them all together to make great outfits. I know that if I could learn how to interchange my clothes it would not only save me money, but it would be much less frustrating. I hate saying that I have ” nothing to wear”but it’s because I can’t seem to rework items of clothing into more than one outfit. Help!

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  376. linda lukich says:

    As a 56 year old hairdresser I am trying to stay current in a world of much younger coworkers. I felt I was doing a good job until the last couple of years. I have to work for at least 6 more years and I need help. PLEASE pick me!!!!

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  377. Ida Khodorkovskaya says:

    I am planing a long overdue vacation and I have to look my best while i am on it! My husband needs to see me at my bast again, so we can spice out family life a bit.

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  378. Annette D says:

    I have been dieting since the first of the year and I’ve lost around 10 pounds. Yay! Now my wardrobe needs an update and in a smaller size!

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  379. Karen Cogburn says:

    Divorced after deadesso need a new look.

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  380. teresa scarborough says:

    need new style, have wore same dressy clothes for over 10 years now

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  381. Maria Goulart says:

    Going on a holiday, could use some new clothes!

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  382. Kristie Ballew says:

    I am 48, going to be 49 soon and I need help finding stylish clothes that fit me so I look “cool” with the younger age crowd I work with. However, I don’t want to look like the one they talk about NOT dressing her age! But I don’t want to feel like I am old – I am not old!!!

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  383. Patti Kollar says:

    I would consider myself a “Type 1” from the descriptions – that is my usual self. However, right now I need a new “zest for life”. This crazy winter has really got me down, and I am trying so hard to pick myself back up again. A new wardrobe would certainly help with that!

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  384. Carole Lehr Johnson says:

    Turning 60 next month has left me feeling so ‘old.’ A makeover is exactly what I need! Thanks for all the great info you give to us over-fifty gals.

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  385. Karen Fedder says:

    I have breast cancer and just had a double mastectomy and reconstruction surgery. I was a size 18/20 and have gone two sizes as a result. I need all new clothes….

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  386. Debbie Nye says:

    So hard to choose, but style 3 suites my job and busy life and tastes!

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  387. Bonnie says:

    Love to be made over. Newly divorced.. Some cosmetic up keep and a new wardrobe……

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  388. Michelle Willis says:

    I could really use some new clothes to spruce up my wardrobe. These are all so cute!

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  389. Jamie Johnston says:

    I need this makeover. I spend all day where a uniform for my supply clerk job. I come home and I wear sweats. Same thing everyday. I need something new to revive me.

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