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    It's highly subjective, but...
    The most common temperament is SJ. Assuming all SJs share a similar taste in clothes (they probably don't), if they consider themselves stylish, then they probably also consider the other SJs stylish. This would mean that almost 50% of the population (SJ) likes approximately the same type of clothing (the other 50% is composed of NFs, SPs and NTs, all different temperaments, so more likely to disagree with each other). If the definition of something is what the majority thinks it is, because screw dictionaries, and the majority are SJs, then style = what SJs think it is. The SJs think they are stylish because now we're also assuming that most of them have a healthy self-esteem. SJs are stylish.
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    So, the winner is/are...

    ESFJ, or ISFJ, because they actually care.
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    I've found that Fe people really care about fashion and style. ENFJ, ESFJ, ISFJ. But INFJs are the only one of them that has the guts to really be different. But not too different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BL4CKW0LPH View Post
    It's highly subjective, but...
    The most common temperament is SJ. Assuming all SJs share a similar taste in clothes (they probably don't), if they consider themselves stylish, then they probably also consider the other SJs stylish. This would mean that almost 50% of the population (SJ) likes approximately the same type of clothing (the other 50% is composed of NFs, SPs and NTs, all different temperaments, so more likely to disagree with each other). If the definition of something is what the majority thinks it is, because screw dictionaries, and the majority are SJs, then style = what SJs think it is. The SJs think they are stylish because now we're also assuming that most of them have a healthy self-esteem. SJs are stylish.
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    So, the winner is/are...

    ESFJ, or ISFJ, because they actually care.
    The average person doesn't really like fashion or know much about it. They shop at like, Old Navy. Now there's nothing wrong with that, and good personal style can be crafted with clothing from anywhere (it's all in how you wear it), but let's not pretend the average person really grasps fashion beyond what is on sale at the local mall.

    As I noted in my pervious post, SFJs are often in good taste, which is not the same as stylish.
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    I'd probably say the ESP types, followed closely by NFPs (especially ENFPs). ENTPs tend to have their own quirky styles, but they can be very well dressed if they want.

    I suppose the NP types are more likely to invent new fashions or bring back old styles and the SPs are more likely to take existing fashions and tweak them to perfection (especially ISFPs--think Bowie, not an innovator so much as a person who took preexisting trends and made them even more palatable)

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    From my experience, I'd say ESxJs and ExFJs. So ESTJ, ESFJ, and ENFJ. They know how to rock their own style and are all into very into fashion.
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    my ISFJ sister is always very stylish. refined, sophisticated, on-trend, simple, detail-oriented, and neat.

    but the other ISFJ in my life is not very stylish at all.

    i've been called stylish, but i think that's just because i wear more statement-y stuff. i like interesting pieces. but sometimes people think i don't "match" while i think that most anything can go together if you work it right.

    a couple of the other stylish people in my life are INFP and ENFJ. but my ENFJ father is one of the least stylish people i know (God bless his Polish heart).

    of course stylish is a matter of taste and opinion. it doesn't seem to be type related.
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    ISFP and ESFP

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    Definitely not ENTPs. But damned if they aren't stylin'.
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