i like wearable works of art. the stuff i love is both timeless and avant-garde...
i will do vintage couture occasionally if it's pristine i dress to please myself as i view my body as a canvas in motion.
Wow, this sounds amazing. Have you shared any of your outfits on Type C? I'd love to see some I love the body as a canvas in motion idea <3
Originally Posted by Chromia
I love wearing victorian dresses, styling my hair into dramatic styles. I also love eyepatches and goggles! So much awesone stuff!
I would very much like to see how one accessorieses goggles!!
Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones
I seem to be internal even for an INFP. Most INFPs I've known have very distinct styles. I didn't even decorate my bedroom.
Either I get up that morning and resent the fact that I have to get dressed at all and therefore toss on some clothes that are lying about and, as Nij said, pass the sniff test. That is, if I even bother to get dressed (I work from home these days anyways). I have long flowy comfy house dresses (think medieval, gypsy and the like) that I just throw on for easy dressing.
I do like AgentF and go wearable art. I suddenly get drawn into the whole matching and mixing thing, and I can especially waste hours on playing with make-up to get a subtle effect I like. Unfortunately, I get so captivated by it that I lose like half a day of work easily as I can really just enjoy changing little nuances to compare them, back and forth
@AgentF - Your wearable art wardrobe is my ideal, right down to the French tailor.
I've got the worst of both INFP and ENFP worlds...I take forever to get dressed and once I finally do, my outfit is usually a little left of center. It's mostly because I have stupid intense feelings about colors and which ones go with which, and the world at large doesn't really agree with me . It's gotten a bit better since I dated a guy who told me he would be more comfortable if I "dressed normal." We broke up (naturally, who wants to date someone who tells them what to wear), but it stuck with me.
Now I'm quite a lot better at looking technically stylish, but I still prefer bright colors and bold prints (and lots of em). Designers like Matthew Williamson and Alexander McQueen (that was) do it for me.