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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    Yikes.
    I'm disappointed that you didn't say "Good grief!"
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    Quote Originally Posted by William K View Post
    I'm disappointed that you didn't say "Good grief!"
    Damn, you're right.

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    Beiges, grays, blues, browns, and black... only solid colors. Occasionally a red will creep in. I switch between form-fitting and Bohemian depending on the mood. Honestly, if it was socially acceptable to wear the same thing every day, I would. Well, maybe one outfit for each of the four seasons.

    I'm sure my picks are very boring to most people.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaJane View Post
    I'm sure my picks are very boring to most people.

    More boring than T-shirts and trackpants?

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    i like to look good, but i'm still a pretty lazy dresser. my default outfit is a v-neck and jeans with some cute sandals/boots and a cardigan if it's cold. i wear dresses when i feel like it, but i never get too dressed up and i don't own any heels because they're uncomfortable and i'm 5'9 and feel too tall in them. i wear a lot of purple, blues, and gray.

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    i like it eliza...

    wait...i just noticed the plant...um....???
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    Aw man, now I have to make a collage of clothing I like. I just can't not do it. :steam:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i like it eliza...

    wait...i just noticed the plant...um....???
    That goes on top of your head, silly

    I like your picks, Eliza. Simple elegance is always preferable to my eyes than sloppy (unless it's in that too-cool-too-care-except-I-do-care-and-I-look-this-way-on-purpose way...I like the shameless contrivance).
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    Female ESTJ attire...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    INTJ <-------------------------> ESFP

    Neutral <--------------------> Colorful
    I don't like neutral but will wear it for business attire if required. Outside of that, comfort is key. I like pajama pants, sweat pants, soft pull overs, shorts, t-shirts, golf shirts, and the like. I've also always had a thing for wild colorful shirts. Jeans are uncomfortable. So, I'm like either in a jacket, button down shirt with wool pants or slumming.

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