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    Senior Member Lateralus's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Angry Ayrab View Post
    Ditto.

    My look:

    1. Clean short haircut
    2. 1 week old stubble (always)
    3. nondescript solid color shirt
    4. Loose jeans or slacks
    5. nondescript brown shoes or black sport shoes with jeans
    6. A rather elegant watch.
    How do you always have one week old stubble?
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    Haha I get quite a few compliments on my style, and friends joke about how I'd win a Best-Dressed competition.

    Personally, my style is generally professional, sleek/elegant, with attention to detail. I like quirky, unique details to add character to my outfits. They don't have to be overtly flamboyant, they could be subtle, but they have to say "ME".

    Haha, I think this is because of my ENFPness in highly valuing self-expression

    I take how I dress quite seriously in that I try to minimize sloppiness when I go out (unless where I'm going to calls for sloppiness - eg. a really messy day of painting).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lateralus View Post
    How do you always have one week old stubble?
    I was wondering about that myself...
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    Being a collector of clothing.. I fancy buying things that are odd, unique, and gorgeous in it's own tacky way. My wardrobe has like seperate sections. I have boys clothes (summer and winter), girls clothes (summer, winter, formal, office-worthy, and outting clothes), military clothes, my odd and beautiful collection... Though, admittably, 80% of what I own I don't wear. I'm the sort to buy it "incase I ever need it." I shop clearance a lot, so buying things out of season, or things that I might wear once or twice, is common for me. Currently, my last buys consisted of a formal gown and a matching fur coat ($35 total for both.. I love thrift stores.) incase I need a current dress for a special occasion.. and in case it's cold when I go to it. XD Seems silly, but that's me for ya'.

    What I can be seen in everyday though (I dress in layers):
    Camisole or tank top undershirt
    Small shorts or boxers for undershorts (I end up in situations frequently where I sleep outside of my home.. so dressing with something comfortable enough to sleep in/change in/whatever is highly convenient for me.)
    A large, oversized t-shirt of sorts (I love t-shirts..>.>..)
    Cargo shorts or pants (I need at least four pockets to function apparently.)
    Skater shoes (I'm too lazy to tie my shoes too >.o Sad, I know.)
    Sometimes a hat if my hair isn't in a crazy head-high bun.
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    Uh oh...I'm starting to think kyuuei is my younger sister that I never knew about....that's how I dressed when I was her age. Now I dress a bit more formally because I'm a teacher at a professional language school 'n' all....
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    XD I could very well be. I think i dressed more professionally in elementary and middle school than I do now.. Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Twixt View Post
    Personally, my style is generally professional, sleek/elegant, with attention to detail. I like quirky, unique details to add character to my outfits. They don't have to be overtly flamboyant, they could be subtle, but they have to say "ME".
    Similar!! I love the details, the accessories, although I never want them to be too matchy (like a furniture set!), but I carefully choose them to reflect my style. I love vintage, antiquey romantic accessories (shoes, hairpins, bags, whatever) that are small & subtle & often bohemian......and I always notice these details on other women whose style I admire. I view dressing as artistic expression, & I'm not all that practical, but I'll be open to practicality IF it's simultaneously cute & original to boot!

    I find that my attention to detail in my dress though often gives people the impression that I'm organized in the rest of my life, which is NOT the case.

    Another thing--hair for me needs to be casual & not too done, I always prefer hair to look natural, I often like other people's hair when it's growing out between styles.

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    I'm very casual. :p Shorts and a t-shirt or sometimes a dress shirt. :p Usually always sporting some sort of facial hair. Usually a soul patch, maybe with a little goatee, sideburns, or all of the above. :p

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    what i've gotten out of this thread

    male enfps = generally apathetic about clothing
    female enfps = omg this looks so good on me, maybe with a tinge of exotic clothing and some stunna shades. oh hell yeah. <insert other elaborate fashion style here>

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    I always wear jeans and sneakers. Usually a T-shirt or a hoodie. I always match, but my styles are ALWAYS different. One day I'll dress goth, the next bohemian, the next preppy... It's quite enjoyable. I own probably over 50 shirts, haha. Some I haven't worn in a year but they'll get their turn one day.
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