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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    This pretty much exactly happened to me. I was all like "come on, I love color, gray is so BORING" and then I realized that I have so much freaking gray in my wardrobe.

    Re: the OP (i.e. enneagram, MBTI and clothes)... in the link and in the summaries, I related to 1, 3 and 6 the most. But for a more detailed description: I like color, but I like color that's flattering on me, which means not a lot of brights -- and certainly no neon! But I am not at all afraid of other bright colors, or bold prints. There's an element of modesty (limited cleavage, almost no skirts above fingertip length, never showing both leg and cleavage), just because I don't like it when people stare, and the sorts of guys I attract when I dress like that tend to creep me out. There's also an element of practicality (e.g. I never, ever wear heels higher than 2 inches; why would anyone want to do that to their feet? Studies have been done. You get permanent foot damage!). But what I strive for is a look that's put together, trendy (but not enough to be annoying), and generally beyond criticism. <-- Type 1!

    Also, I never ever dress down when I'm at home, vs. when I'm out and about. I feel differently based on what clothes I'm wearing and if I wear pajamas or sweatpants during the day, I feel unmotivated and lethargic. Wearing fun clothes keeps me energized.

    EDIT... Current outfit:
    - Light gray Obey Giant men's t-shirt that I got for free
    - Purple shawl-necked knit sweater/bolero
    - Dark wash skinny jeans that earlier today were tucked into Frye engineer boots but are now tucked into fluffy slippers
    - Western-style leather belt that I got at Yellowstone over winter break
    - Stacked beaded bracelets, of varying shapes but all black/gray
    grey, boring? =o.. switch places with me, i love everything tepid, dull, dark.. just anything which doesnt stab eyes with a painful blow.

    nothing is quite as beautiful as that which doesnt offend, yet matches the personality of its wearer with perfection.

    its ridiculous how much clothes affect the image i give, even if i act the exact same wearing t shirt + sweaty pants, but with attire making me look all fantasy scifey that perfectly matches every piece of clothing, colouring, as well as my personality.. that of something not from this planet.

    and i can see the effects on others, even if im immune to allowing it affect myself.. (only if i feel good, that is -.- ..) but really, only in first impressions as it builds the basis of image another has of me. Se's just judge people entirely based on their clothings + body language cooperation to said clothings, ive noticed.

    well, you know it doesnt look that good to act all proper and give a dreamy pose with graceful movements.. however, combine that with clothings matching it perfectly and it becomes a significant strength, something i pride and enjoy myself for. otherwise others get the your not from this planet, yet you look like you were on the first sight -impression. which on other hand builds the "your weird" comments when clothes dont match your personality. although not mentioned, ", but i like it." is how the comments always end for me. i suppose theres nothing abnormal when your clothings match it perfectly, as then i can give complete dreamy gentleman image and not just half, thus being complete. (and in such set, people have never given those afore mentioned comments to me.)
    hm.. yeah, i imagine it'd be weird to see someone like me not dressing all uniquely yet behaving so.

    the only people ive met using bright colours without failing at it has been an entj and an isfp.


    on the grid, if it didnt came clear from reading my post, i relate to 1 and four only.
    and maybe nine in the sense of everything fitting in perfectly, as colouring choices of my sets alone consider skin colour, hair as well as eyes to match perfectly.

    and my primary clothe set is rather obscure. sandals, scarf, hoodie, through the whole year. and temperatures vary greatly here in finland, yet i prefer sandals with socks wet of snow rather than wet of sweat.

    i find it verry interesting how clothings affect the very wearers mood providing he/she has Si in their set, as Se's dress for others. (hunt for self aware intj's to prove it, theyll wear.. just about anything without any regard for their own comfort. um, like every day in your best suit, not sweaty socks? not going to boil yourself? not that different to me, only my best suit is very comfy.)

    if i dress in way which isnt out of ordinary, i just cant feel like myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post

    A strong 7 wing + counterphobic traits in a 6 may create a stronger interest in novelty & rebellious styles.
    Yes. Examples: Amy Winehouse and Dennis Rodman.
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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

    "I don't believe in guilt, I only believe in living on impulses"

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    http://notwhollyinvain.blogspot.fr/2...ion-style.html

    Based on this, I'am a 8.

    They have Kristen Stewart in their Type 8 sample, who is a 6w5...
    EsTP 6w7 Sx/Sp

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    E=60% S=55% T=70% P=80%

    "I don't believe in guilt, I only believe in living on impulses"

    "Stereotypes about personality and gender turn out to be fairly accurate: ... On the binary Myers-Briggs measure, the thinking-feeling breakdown is about 30/70 for women versus 60/40 for men." ~ Bryan Caplan

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    1 - classic, simple, refined, geometric lines, minimalist, modest

    2 - romantic and strong, bold but soft, cute, accessorized, draws affection

    3 - professional, well-tailored, american sportswear, attention-grabbing, preppy

    4 - unique, vintage, edgy, often weird and random, trendy, clashing, raw

    5 - nerdy, unnoticeable, comfortable, functional, bland but odd

    6 - earthy, coordinating, stylish without being overdone, complementing

    7 - cheery, bright colors from nature, outdoorsy, fun, flirty

    8 - confident, stark, bold, well-constructed, precisely fitting, durable

    9 - relaxed, repetitive, elements from nature, harmonious, bohemian
    based on this, I am 3>8>4>7>2>1>6>5>9
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    6,2,9, & 4
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    oddly enough, I related most to 2, then 3.
    ENFP: We put the Fi in Fire
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    Chibi Seme
    MTG Color: black/red
    Male Archtype: King/Lover
    Sunburst!
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    I would say Types 1 and 6.

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    I'm 9w8 and I pretty much just wear shorts and a t-shirt (hoodies in the winter) all year round. All of my clothes are made for comfort and being able to run around in them and in terms of color, I go back and forth between light (white-grey range) and dark (black, dark blue and so on).

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    5 - nerdy, unnoticeable, comfortable, functional, bland but odd

    6 - earthy, coordinating, stylish without being overdone, complementing
    I feel like I fit into 5 with this list. Hoodies/jeans for any informal setting. Batman tshirts, teenage mutant ninja turtles.... And various other clothing that you might find in the little boys section of the store. If i'm dressing up more nicely, it might fall into the 6 descriptions. I'm ok with this.
    “Everybody has a secret world inside of them. All of the people of the world, I mean everybody. No matter how dull and boring they are on the outside, inside
    them they've all got unimaginable, magnificent, wonderful, stupid, amazing worlds. Not just one world. Hundreds of them. Thousands maybe.” -Neil Gaiman

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    This:

    6 - earthy, coordinating, stylish without being overdone, complementing

    With an aspiration towards this, if I were just a bit more brave...

    4 - unique, vintage, edgy, often weird and random, trendy, clashing, raw


    But, that's pretty spot on for me being a 6. Interesting.

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