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    ^^ those are cool.
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    Thanks! I liked your choices too; pretty elegant yet still free-spirited in that delightfully ENFP manner.

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    I have a strange styp for a person of my age. Most girls of my age only wear skinny jeans and grey tops. I actually hate wearing jeans (except for short) and I almost always wear dresses and skirts. I can't wear most things that are fashionable at the moment, because they make me look ten times fatter than I actually am. That's why I prefer to wear more feminine clothes. They always make me look better. I once tried on skinny jeans, but they made me look like a lollipop. I never wear flat shoes. All of my shoes have high heals, because that makes my legs look longer.

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    For just normal clothes usually something like this:



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    Quote Originally Posted by Saint Kat View Post
    I have a strange styp for a person of my age. Most girls of my age only wear skinny jeans and grey tops. I actually hate wearing jeans (except for short) and I almost always wear dresses and skirts. I can't wear most things that are fashionable at the moment, because they make me look ten times fatter than I actually am. That's why I prefer to wear more feminine clothes. They always make me look better. I once tried on skinny jeans, but they made me look like a lollipop. I never wear flat shoes. All of my shoes have high heals, because that makes my legs look longer.

    oooh...seein some enfp similarities so far...i wear mostly skirts and dresses too...and if it's jeans i like to have a fitted girly top...and i love the way i feel in heels...but i do wear flats too.
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