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    Quote Originally Posted by Misty View Post
    Sometimes the right piece for me is uncomfortable or cold. My rule isn't to avoid those things, but that if I make the choice to wear the heels/skirt/what have you, I'm comitting not to complain or to cut my outing short for their sake.
    their sake?

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    Something basic but distinct. Probably somewhat weather-independent. Perhaps interesting designs.

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    ESFPish...maybe but I need whatever outfit I put on at 5:30 a.m. to endure and function until 10 p.m. and the only thing I want to have to fix along the way is my lip gloss. I also plan my wardrobe in advance and have a week's worth of clothes laid out to wear. I check the weather report on Sunday evening then lay out the week's clothing based on that report. I add or subtract accessories to accommodate weather changes, such as a rain jacket, umbrella or coat. Because I am a busy person, I categorize my wardrobe by color and season. I'm not OCD or anything like that, but in the long run, it just helps me to know exactly where my fuzzy red hoodie's gonna be so I don't have to look for it, which is a useless waste of time. So for me, clothing is all about efficiency and functionality and that's what my style is. I'll never walk down a run way but I sure can accomplish a lot in just one day!

    Oh, and I am a very private, modest person in my clothing so I don't like to draw loads of attention to myself, so I avoid wild patterns and extremely bright colors most of the time. I often wear a T-shirt or plain white shirt or sweat shirt and jeans.
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    @chubber, what about it is ESFPish? Comfort and practicality?
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    @chubber, what about it is ESFPish? Comfort and practicality?
    most of it seems like comfort, but feminine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chubber View Post
    most of it seems like comfort, but feminine.
    Is that a very ESFP trait? I tend to like a lot of comfortable clothes, too. That first image she posted looks like how I'd dress to school. Although, my accessories would be a bit different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    Is that a very ESFP trait? I tend to like a lot of comfortable clothes, too. That first image she posted looks like how I'd dress to school. Although, my accessories would be a bit different.
    I don't think feminine can be equated with a type. I also like many of the black outfits that were posted, but some of them wouldn't be practical to wear on my job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by IndyAnnaJoan View Post
    Is that a very ESFP trait? I tend to like a lot of comfortable clothes, too. That first image she posted looks like how I'd dress to school. Although, my accessories would be a bit different.
    Well, the one I know does that. She also adds something girly extra, something small. Either some blinkers on the jeans or small ear rings or a small necklace. Only one item at a time.

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    I despise this thread for slandering me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    I despise this thread for slandering me.


    lol. how so?
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