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    I definitely go bold with my look a lot of times. I love bright colors, funky prints, and interesting pieces. I have a lot of interesting t-shirts that I've collected over the years from thrift stores. I do tend to go understated a lot of the time, but it's calculated. Like a solid colored fitted tee with jeans and some cool sneakers. Probably with a printed scarf or retro accessories to funk it up. I definitely use style as a form of self-expression, no matter how loud I am with it. As far as following trends, I stay current but always need to add my own flare. I never want to feel like I look like everyone else.
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    True for me.

    People tend to request access to my wardrobe around halloween, ive found
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    I've seen So-doms (usually so/sxs) wear weird stuff too, but they're usually copying outfits they've seen on celebrities or on tumblr. Sx weirdness is more spontaneous and original.
    Eh, at least personally, I am usually fairly put-off by most celebrity trends. They're often bizarre, impractical, unappealing, and occasionally celebrities look like they fell out of a dumpster, which is sort of mind-boggling considering the amount of resources they tend to have. IMO many celebrity trends don't jibe well with so-harmony. There is a lot of sx going on in Hollywood. But yes, probably lots of so-doms on tumblr and pinterest.

    What I notice with sx, so, and sp is that each has a certain "flavor". Sx tends to have some edge, so has more softness, and I agree that sp has utility - I also tend to see out of sp more "classic" styles. But I think it's also in how clothes are worn, not just what they are.

    sx/sp 9 ISTP brother tends to dress preppy/casual/sleek. He's slender and muscular, and is usually in a close-fitting v-neck t-shirt, sometimes a button-down over that, classic khakis and boat shoes. Corduroys in the winter.

    sx/so 6? INFP? that I know at work wears brightly-colored summer dresses most of the time, with lots of jewelry and funky shoes, light makeup.

    sx/so 6 ENFJ that I know at work wears tight-fitting yoga pants or close-cut jeans and tight-fitting feminine cut t-shirt tops, sometimes smoky eye makeup.

    sx/so 7 ENFP? aunt is a huge fashionista and wears all sorts of Prada and Dior and tight dresses and slim pants and animal prints and crazy heels, makeup.

    sx/sp? 9? ESFP? friend from school has tons of colorful tattoos and wears tight-fitting jeans, tops, and dresses (she's a bartender), with dark eyeliner and bold lips.

    It seems like sx/so style is more flashy and sx/sp is more dark/edgy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Eh, at least personally, I am usually fairly put-off by most celebrity trends. They're often bizarre, impractical, unappealing, and occasionally celebrities look like they fell out of a dumpster, which is sort of mind-boggling considering the amount of resources they tend to have. IMO many celebrity trends don't jibe well with so-harmony. There is a lot of sx going on in Hollywood. But yes, probably lots of so-doms on tumblr and pinterest.

    What I notice with sx, so, and sp is that each has a certain "flavor". Sx tends to have some edge, so has more softness, and I agree that sp has utility - I also tend to see out of sp more "classic" styles. But I think it's also in how clothes are worn, not just what they are.

    sx/sp 9 ISTP brother tends to dress preppy/casual/sleek. He's slender and muscular, and is usually in a close-fitting v-neck t-shirt, sometimes a button-down over that, classic khakis and boat shoes. Corduroys in the winter.

    sx/so 6? INFP? that I know at work wears brightly-colored summer dresses most of the time, with lots of jewelry and funky shoes, light makeup.

    sx/so 6 ENFJ that I know at work wears tight-fitting yoga pants or close-cut jeans and tight-fitting feminine cut t-shirt tops, sometimes smoky eye makeup.

    sx/so 7 ENFP? aunt is a huge fashionista and wears all sorts of Prada and Dior and tight dresses and slim pants and animal prints and crazy heels, makeup.

    sx/sp? 9? ESFP? friend from school has tons of colorful tattoos and wears tight-fitting jeans, tops, and dresses (she's a bartender), with dark eyeliner and bold lips.

    It seems like sx/so style is more flashy and sx/sp is more dark/edgy...
    I relate to the idea that sx/sp would have an edge to it. I like to dress feminine but not too sweet.
    I like mixing the oh so pretty with hey fuck you! Haha

    But have to disagree with you oh great one about fashion being feeler territory. That's complete rubbish ya know.

    Intjs often have got it seriously going on. I mean in the whole structured with an edge prada type look.
    My istj ex dressed like a very well dressed grandpa most the time but he definitely had an eye for fashion. He worked at Niemans through college.

    I know...He's just one istj... But I also had some entj friends who were always flawlessly dressed too.

    Anyway yeah I think t's will be more polished tho... More stream lined and tailored and feelers will be more flowy and Betsy johnsonish not that I wear her but you know what I mean... More artsy unstructured etc.
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    I tend to buy my clothes at thrift/antique stores. I do tend to use clothes as metaphors for my personality for example, I like a delicate, grungy look with thin, see-through layers and uneven hemlines. That is because I tend to blur boundaries in my mind and have a dichotomy of sensitivity and toughness of femininity and tom-boyishness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Eh, at least personally, I am usually fairly put-off by most celebrity trends. They're often bizarre, impractical, unappealing, and occasionally celebrities look like they fell out of a dumpster, which is sort of mind-boggling considering the amount of resources they tend to have. IMO many celebrity trends don't jibe well with so-harmony. There is a lot of sx going on in Hollywood. But yes, probably lots of so-doms on tumblr and pinterest.
    I dislike most celebrity outfits because, as you said, they look like they just fell out of a dumpster :laughing: (Ke$ha comes to mind immediately)


    What I notice with sx, so, and sp is that each has a certain "flavor". Sx tends to have some edge, so has more softness, and I agree that sp has utility - I also tend to see out of sp more "classic" styles. But I think it's also in how clothes are worn, not just what they are.
    sx/sp 9 ISTP brother tends to dress preppy/casual/sleek. He's slender and muscular, and is usually in a close-fitting v-neck t-shirt, sometimes a button-down over that, classic khakis and boat shoes. Corduroys in the winter.
    sx/so 6? INFP? that I know at work wears brightly-colored summer dresses most of the time, with lots of jewelry and funky shoes, light makeup.
    sx/so 6 ENFJ that I know at work wears tight-fitting yoga pants or close-cut jeans and tight-fitting feminine cut t-shirt tops, sometimes smoky eye makeup.
    sx/so 7 ENFP? aunt is a huge fashionista and wears all sorts of Prada and Dior and tight dresses and slim pants and animal prints and crazy heels, makeup.
    sx/sp? 9? ESFP? friend from school has tons of colorful tattoos and wears tight-fitting jeans, tops, and dresses (she's a bartender), with dark eyeliner and bold lips.
    It seems like sx/so style is more flashy and sx/sp is more dark/edgy...
    I tend to like loud, dramatic clothing, but I want to do it in a way that works as opposed to just looking stupid. for example:




    at the same time, dark and seductive clothing probably appeals to me most, but I have a hard time finding pics of it that I like.
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    This thread actually made me realize how much my sxness comes out in this way. I mean I actually don't own anything that I don't feel attractive in. And there's certain things I will just never wear like your standard cut tee shirt. I don't own one. I will only wear fitted tee shirts but I prefer tank tops.

    So yeah when I get dressed I can't just look or feel ordinary... I mean even when I do... Like I'm in yoga pants and a tank top hair in a pony tail and no make up which is pretty ordinary... But it's not shapeless and unflattering... I still feel cute..know what I mean?

    So yeah that feeling cute is important to sx doms. I kinda forgot that in your last thread about us feeling attractive...:/
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    ^^ ha I just realized that's probably not type specific at all. That's actually probably just most girls or people in general so never mind.
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    Thick solid V-neck T-shirts and athletic shorts with my barefoot merrils, 24/7. Solid black hoodie during the winter.

    I think I look cooler than trying, at least.

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    sx dress for power. so dress for fun.

    as with anyone, however, you have to feel empowered to claim whatever power you can use. sx will usually commit to looking for it, will usually follow the path to their own personal empowerment with more focus and determination than so. so will respond to other people's expectations with a little more flexibility and willingness to make others happy/comfortable.

    sx is more willing to take their identity and say, staring you directly in the face, mine.

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