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    Default ENTPs and Fashion +OTHER TYPES!!!

    Hey, I'm an entp and have read often time that entps could really dress like potatoes bags or something.

    I do love nice clothes and stylish stuffs. And while I can at times dress like a real hobo and wouldn't call myself a fashion whore I still do have a keen sense of those things, and really don't feel 'good' if I don't like my clothes. You can basically tell how I feel by seeing how much I pay attention to those things and myself.

    What about other entps?
    If you know some, Share your views!!

    EDIT: ERINAVERY IS whining again, I will therefore extend the topic to other types
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    I dress properly for work, and when the opportunity to dress to the 9s arises I look fabulous. I do frequently look rather bum-like when I run errands on a day off work though because I simply don't think about what I'm wearing
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    Hmm.....the ENTPs I know are not the most fashionable people on earth, but don't either dress like potato bags. And even if they do, they have pretty strong personalities which stop them from looking stupid.

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    Most of the ENTPs I know don't tend to dress up. They'll wear jeans and a t-shirt every day, which looks like they are wearing the same thing over and over. Of the ones that attempt to dress up, they fail miserably. Their sense of style isn't very good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Most of the ENTPs I know don't tend to dress up. They'll wear jeans and a t-shirt every day, which looks like they are wearing the same thing over and over. Of the ones that attempt to dress up, they fail miserably. Their sense of style isn't very good.
    That is pretty accurate. I try to just have a few nice casual things.
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    Having achieved 1 out of 3 of last years new years resolutions - ie not wearing trainers to work

    I aim to spend at least one day at work a week dressed as a woman - LOL I tend to like to be scruffy - which can mean cargo pants and a t-shirt of jumpers, which then changed to jeans and a t-shirt. I had to go through a ropey stage as my boss was dissaproving of my attire - it's still the thing that has caused argo between us in the last 3 years.

    When going out - I do the sharp girl thing, LOVE to dress up and do it very well.

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    Erinavery is complaining again, I will therefore edit the thread to include all types or something. Which is wierd because the thread is in NT rational!
    Erin, ur such a mess

    And yeah while I do have a sense of fashion, I will tend to wear the same 'sort' of stuffs. I do have a love for jackets for example. People will sometimes tell me 'fred, HOW MUCH JACKETS DO YOU ACTUALLY OWN!'

    To what I usually answer stuffs like :"only god knows"
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    haha!!!! i wasn't really asking you to!! i just wanted to call you an elitist!! haha
    and now i feel put on the spot and don't wanna answer!!

    EDIT: i would like to hear how others would describe their fashion taste or philosophy...so thanks eck.
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    well...i am a bit curious if other enfp's would say they don't necessarily have a look...i mean...does it change all the time?
    i have always been one to change my hair color/cut a lot and drastically too and i wear different styles of outfits all the time from girlie dresses and heels to structured suits and heels to jeans, boots and lil girlie top or some punk style t or some diesel kicks and jeans and a t...to tank tops and skirts with lil flip flops...you know...all over the place...i like no pattern...and a lot of pattern...like olily type stuff...i like to mix stuff creatively or have a totally plain t and skirt on...sometimes i wear make up and jewelry sometimes i wear neither.
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    I'm very muchso the same way though..

    I like fashion, and I like looking good.. when things are practical for this. Everyday wear is rather tomboy-hobo esque because it works, and it's comfortable. Work clothes for tough work, and plenty of really awesome looking clothes that I wear like twice a year lmao.

    Erin> I have a look I think?? .. Everyday it's basically skater shoes, cargo pants or shorts, and a tank underneath a baggy and often torn shirt lol. If I dress a bit nicer, I simply wear a nicer t-shirt, with a better logo or pattern. My look only changes situationally. (Mostly, I wear girls clothing if I've been lazy about laundry.)

    I've been meaning to ask... Have any of ya'll taken a shirt that doesn't fit with a badass pattern and made something out of it??.. I was thinking of making a t-shirt quilt just because I don't want to throw them away.. but I was wondering if there was something more functional and practical.
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