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    Carerra Lu IZthe411's Avatar
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    Default Type and Dress

    What correlation, if any, exists?

    Example-I will say that I notice that ESFPs seem to dress the 'loudest'. ENFPs to a lesser degress. Loud is not a bad thing- they seem to make themselves look good in whatever they put together.

    Anyone else?

    Feel free to post pictoral examples to back you up!

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    INTJ <-------------------------> ESFP

    Neutral <--------------------> Colorful

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    not really, although my ENFP sometimes spills crap on his clothes and doesn't seem to notice until way too late.

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    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
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    ^ Oh polyvore ....looklet is fun too - you create outfits by dressing mannequin-models.

    I'm more creative & risk-taking than my ESFP sister. My ESFP sister is more "revealing", more casual, & more concerned with comfort than I am. We both like color.

    I don't know how much style has to do with types. Among INFPs, some report liking fashion & using it to be creative, others can't be bothered,and some are afraid of drawing attention to themselves.




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    Yes, I can definitely see a correlation between type and dress.

    I am picky about my appearance and my clothes, I prefer a unicolor black, brown or dark green attire. This might be a general IxTJ-trend.

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    oh that was fun! thanks orange!


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    ISFPs like to go nude.
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    I often put sweaters on inside out and/or backwards. I spill stuff all over me and dont notice. I really like cute clothes that are kind of natural yet feminine, but honestly clothing is such an after thought most days.....

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    I am addicted to high-quality, classic attire of all kinds.
    Much like everything else I buy, I go for the best "bang for my buck."

    Common brands I will buy include:

    Casual:
    Ralph Lauren, Levis, And even some trendier stuff like Ecko and Sean John if the piece is right.

    Sportswear:
    Adidas and Nike, that's it, that's all I'll ever need.

    Business Attire:
    Hart/Schaffner/Marx suits are always nice, as are Alexander of London. For shirts Ralph Lauren, even Van Heusen, Calvin Klein, and DKNY if they have my size. I also buy custom tailored shirts on occasion. Business shoes = Bostonian or Johnston & Murphy. Neckties, well let's just say they allow me to exhibit a horrifying propensity to spend an awful lot of money on something of insignificant physical mass. I spent $120 on an Hermes tie once and freaked my Mom out, she was horrified, but it was bad ass!
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