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Does clothing style tells about your type?

ceecee

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I'm really appreciating casual pants and flip flop weather. That's not exciting but it was jeans and Wellies for the last few weeks.
 

Siúil a Rúin

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She's way curvier than me. :dry: But... I do like that look/cut, for sure.

I have a couple of more dainty sandals with spikier heels; maybe I'll get out once or twice this summer (lol) with the occasion to wear them.
A lot of long john tops have that sort of cut. Hanging out at home all day I mostly wear a pair of long johns day and night. I sometimes throw a T-shirt over the top like I'm back int he '90's. That particular cut does make one look curvier. I'm not curvy and it brings out what I have. :)

You mentioned the long torso look, and I don't think that's a bad thing. I think it's a ballet based shape and can be very elegant. I've seen some ballet dancers with very long limbs, necks, and torsos and it looks really cool. I don't have one visual ideal for people because I also think that the voluptuous look is beautiful among others.

People seem like sculptures to me, so rather than a particular ideal, it has more to do with how a person is put together. The downside to seeing things that way is that when I have a visual element that is off from the overall form in myself, I get fixated and overly depressed.
 

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This is a cute little retro outfit I mostly got at thrift stores, but did buy the gogo boots new. I like the top because it's all crazy fun with lots of colors and fringe, but it is still somehow a bit gentle visually.

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Neal Caffreynated

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Of course, it's common knowledge all ENTPs wear top hats and capes :smoke:
 

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I don't wear black nearly as much as I used to. I go for low key earthtones, nothing bright or bold. Also specific shades of purple...muted, but not light like pastels. I never wear pastels. I feel like earthtones suit my personality more than black and I think black is too harsh on my complexion. I still wear it sometimes though. I gravitate toward greys a lot though, it's probably my favorite (in general)...especially when paired with brown accessories. I use brown as an accent color a lot in place of black...like bracelets, shoes, belts, etc. I also like fall weather clothes.

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I wear clothes 50% based on utility, 30% based on comfort, 20% based on my own authentic aesthetics.

Most of the time I try wearing something that includes all those elements. I have no problem wearing something ugly if it does the job.
 

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I tend to wear mostly neutral or dark colors. Most of my wardrobe is black, white, tan, dark red, dark green, shades of gray (not 50 though), because I think they fit my complexion and hair/eye color well; also, they're easy to match between themselves and also with other colors
Other colors I wear, even if less often, are pink, light blue, light green. I also have some orange and yellow clothes but I hardly ever put them on because they don't really fit me
As for patterns, I love floral, stripes and plaid and those are pretty much the only stuff I have in my wardrobe other than plain clothes
It's important for me that my tops, bottoms, shoes and accessories fit altogether and that they create a sort of harmony both in color and in shape, and that's why I try to never put more than one brighter color in my outfits, accompanied by no more than two darker or more neutral ones together. Many bright colors together work well on some people, but I don't think they do on me and therefore I always try to keep it simple, chromatically speaking. As for shape, I always try to put on something that emphasizes what I like about my appearance
As for trends, I keep myself informed on them, but I only follow the ones I actually like. If something is considered an anti-trend but I still like it, I'll wear it despite it being an anti-trend
 

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I prefer wearing black clothes
I don't even know why do I do this
It's more comfortable when I wear exactly black clothes, it gives me a little bit of self-confidence
Anyone else?

I like simple and dark colors. Black, white, browns, forest green, navy blue, maroon, etc. However, white and yellow look quite nice with my skin tone so I do wear those colors often despite not being attracted to them.

I don't like wearing anything too fancy but things that aren't ripped, dirty, anything along those lines.

Nothing really gives me self-confidence, though.

By the way, do you wear clothes of the latest trends on it doesn't matter to you what brand/year the clothe is?

I don't really know what's trendy and how to even check the years of clothing. Brands mean nothing to me, I buy cheap shit all the time.
 

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Yea, I think it does. But I would fit in as a sensor too, SJ maybe, never a P.
 

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I would really like a bold-colored suit, like this:

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I don't know what says about me 😂.

I wear clothes out of utility, but I like putting a stylish twist on things. For some reason, I'm fond of printed T-shirts and khaki pants. I like that combo for some reason. As far as colors, I like black, navy blue, red, gold, and pink.
 

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My style is all over the place tbh
Band shirts, jeans, boots, dresses, kitschy stuff. Headbands, accessories etc It depends on my mood tbh
Here are a few things and looks similar to things I wear or things I've actually bought

 

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My style is all over the place tbh
Band shirts, jeans, boots, dresses, kitschy stuff. Headbands, accessories etc It depends on my mood tbh
Here are a few things and looks similar to things I wear or things I've actually bought


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Not sure if this is offensive, but it's kinda giving me INFP vibe
 

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Does clothing style tells about your type?
I do believe type plays a significant role in how you view fashion and consequently it does influence your style, there is definitely a correlation between the two from what I've seen, so yes it's often very telling.
I prefer wearing black clothes
I don't even know why do I do this
It's more comfortable when I wear exactly black clothes, it gives me a little bit of self-confidence
Anyone else?
There was a period in time when I only wore black clothes. It was a phase for me, although I still like wearing black just not as much, not nearly as much and I don't think I could wear all black ever again, especially since I've learned some things about how colors influence you.
By the way, do you wear clothes of the latest trends on it doesn't matter to you what brand/year the clothe is?
I don't keep up with trends/don't care about brands/year of the clothes.
 

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my clothing style really has more to do with comfort and what is available to me then "style or aesthetics" My jewelry on the other hand is all about commitment to the piece and appreciation for the value of the piece.
 

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i have some funky patterned jacket/ wrap types of things but most everything in my closet is black, white or grey.
 

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There was a period in time when I only wore black clothes. It was a phase for me, although I still like wearing black just not as much, not nearly as much and I don't think I could wear all black ever again, especially since I've learned some things about how colors influence you.

I don't keep up with trends/don't care about brands/year of the clothes.
Same here. I don't pay any attention to what is fashionable, and dress for utility and comfort, though I do consider the nature of the occasion. I will dress up for formal events, for instance, but it will be dressing up on my own terms. I wear a great deal of black, too, and occasionally all black. Often I will have one item in another dark color, usually a shirt underneath a black sweater or jacket. Simplifying my wardrobe like this eliminates having to worry about what to wear every day, and feels very calming and comfortable.
 

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Same here. I don't pay any attention to what is fashionable, and dress for utility and comfort, though I do consider the nature of the occasion. I will dress up for formal events, for instance, but it will be dressing up on my own terms. I wear a great deal of black, too, and occasionally all black. Often I will have one item in another dark color, usually a shirt underneath a black sweater or jacket. Simplifying my wardrobe like this eliminates having to worry about what to wear every day, and feels very calming and comfortable.
Minimalism+utility+comfort=quintessential intj
 
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