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    Quote Originally Posted by goodgrief View Post
    More boring than T-shirts and trackpants?
    Maybe not, but I know lots of "pattern" people and they always want to take me shopping.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    i have no idea if there's anything type related but there was a topic on some other forum about enfp fashion and someone posted a link to a site where you could pick clothes that you like and make a lil set. it's kinda fun...i think it's just girl stuff tho...not sure.

    anyway here was a pic i made.


    and here was the site if anyone else wants to play.
    Fashion Trends & Styles - Polyvore
    Do you know a site that does that for guys too? I think that would be a cool way for anyone to illustrate their style, if they choose.

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    Tank tops in a variety of colors and cuts

    jeans (maurices taylor bootcut in a darker wash... they're the only ones that fit perfectly!)

    zip front hoodies, not zipped all of the way

    sundresses when it's warm

    sweaters for winter on occasion

    children's t-shirts from Goodwill (like lucky charms, or smurfs or something!)

    combat boots

    flip-flops (havianas only! )

    new balance boys cross trainers in bright colors

    black leather vintage biker jacket, for winter

    yeah- not highly stylish, but it works for me!
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    I like bright colors + white. I hate suits & similar stuff, as well as any kind of clothing that requires too much preparation
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    Quote Originally Posted by phthalocyanine View Post
    I like your style!
    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Do you know a site that does that for guys too? I think that would be a cool way for anyone to illustrate their style, if they choose.
    Yeah, that site's sexist.

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    the site doesn't work for those of us who are un-trendy either
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    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Do you know a site that does that for guys too? I think that would be a cool way for anyone to illustrate their style, if they choose.
    yeah...i don't know of one. it would be cool tho....maybe i'll see if i can find one.

    edit: how bout this?
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    I feel most comfortable in greens, browns and greys. They're my 'comfort colours'. That doesnt stop me from wearing stuff right across the rainbow though (usually a brightly-hued shirt / t-shirt).

    Anyway, if I'm not wearing a suit (my favourite attire), I'll be usually dressed as follows:





    And finally, the kurta. I didnt buy a single one but have a considerable collection (got a few from my dad who bought them when in India; a very dressy one which a Bangladeshi friend gifted to me; one from an Indian friend...etc); I find them to be very comfortable.




    Around the house, I'm usually dressed in the slobbiest, ugliest, unsexiest t-shirt-and-short affairs known to man.

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