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  1. #31
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    Default Fashion.....Where Do I begin

    Tie-Dye!!! What could be better, comfortable, intricate, random, awesome, cheap, at least for me, and really, tie-dye isn't a specific style, everyone from the homeless guy on your street to Tony Blair wears Tie-Dye, it's that awesome.....other than that though i just wear other people's clothes, I don't want to waste money actually buying them! My friend and my bro wear the same size as me so i get some cool outfits from time to time.

    When I'm at home though its a naked, a towel, or a bathrobe, in that order.."casual" clothes just aren't that comfortable and kind of oppressive when you think about it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ishida View Post
    I wear plain dark clothes. Usually loose-fitting but not altering what I look like. And a hat. You'll always see me with a hat.
    Quite artsy..??

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    i think you'll find a broad range of intuitors and percievers -- esp. among young people -- who like to experiment with fashion as a form of self-expression. isfp's are sometimes characterized as being on the cutting edge of aesthetic trends.

    in high school, my intp, isfp, infp friends and i were know for our unconventional dress. i also knew a lot of enfp's who dressed quirkily, or whose styles were heavily influenced by 1960's culture.
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    Is it possible to want to dress artsy, *and* rationally? I hate tight-fitting clothes and I have to be comfortable. I love the idea of dressing in something - different - but I also don't like being laughed at. If I had the money (and the body?) I think I'd be all up in those clothes stores. OR, maybe I'd just find something I like for a change.

    PS - When I get home, the work clothes come *off* and I run around in sweats and t-shirts. Or pj bottoms and t-shirts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by comicsgurl View Post
    PS - When I get home, the work clothes come *off* and I run around in sweats and t-shirts. Or pj bottoms and t-shirts.
    That's the way to do it. I prefer to wear as little as possible in the privacy of my own home. Clothes are really restrictive.

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