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This is a discussion on INFP Fashion within the INFP Forum - The Idealists forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; I try really hard to buy fair trade clothing where I can now, especially after I saw the program Blood, ...

  1. #121
    INFP - The Idealists

    I try really hard to buy fair trade clothing where I can now, especially after I saw the program Blood, Sweat and T-Shirts, which just highlighted some of the awfulness that goes on in the textile industry. I've researched which shops still purchase their materials from Sweatshops and I avoid them completely.

  2. #122
    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Angelina View Post
    I hope you don't mind if I make this long.^^
    Organic Cotton
    Traditional cotton farming is hard on the environment and accounts for 25% of all pesticide use, these chemicals take a toll on our environment and human health as a whole.
    Pesticide and fertilizer use has been linked to ground and surfes water contamination, and the pollution of drinking water.
    In California, cotton ranks third in the state for total number of pesticide-related illness.Fish and wildlife are also impacted, with pesticides causing migration die-offs and diminished reproductive capacity.

    In organic cotton no toxins or synthetic fertilizers are used, it's produced without the harsh chemical bleaches or dyes, and is allergy free. This is also true for other organic materials.
    This I don't have a source for, but the toxins also often affect the workers negatively making them sick and ill, in organic farming since no toxins are used that is not the case, companies who support organic farming are usually also keen on keeping their workers happy since they often choose to be in the market for ethical reasons.

    Fair trade
    Fair trade is an entirely different way of doing business, where the objective is not profit at any cost, but to help people in the world's most marginalized communities escape poverty and promote sustainability. It highlights the need for change in the rules and practice of conventional trade and shows how a successful business can also put people first. Fair trade products can be recognized by the WFTO logo.

    Directory: EcoBusinessLinks - Green Directory for organic food, clean energy, sustainable housing, ...

    Sources: Organic Cotton Clothing, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fair_trade, http://www.peopletree.co.uk/

    Wow, this is so interesting, so besides the fact that you did not make it long (this is still a medium sized message), it is also very interesting and appreciated. I had no idea about some of the things there and I would love to find those kind of clothes...but I have never even heard till now of organic cotton, so I don't think it's promoted here, most of the brands I see seem to commercial to promote such a thing...unfortunately and I've also been to the UK and other countries and did not see anything like this on clothes tags. And there is a discussion about resources of this planet and if we have over expanded ourselves, thus the need for chemicals that are polluting in order to get more harvests and the need to feed/ dress people versus the need to take care of nature...I guess there needs to eb a balance here, but I don't want to spark a debate, I would be really interested in organic cotton...if I would be able to find products made of it. I'll read more on the links you ahve posted when I will ahve time, thanks for the time to give me the info.

  3. #123
    INFP - The Idealists

    I tend to wear jeans, black peasant skirts, and jean shorts. On a day when I'm not in school I'm usually wearing a band t, most are Grateful Dead, The Doors, and Jimmy Hendrix. I avoid shoes if I can, sandles if I cant'(Birkenstocks Rule!!!) In the summer I wear alot of sundresses, mostly black and blue, some purple.

  4. #124
    INFP - The Idealists

    it looks like many INFPs like to wear dark clothes like purple and black... that is totally not me, I am not big fan of the color black but I love purple though but mostly light purple... I own many items in that color.

    I am not a very fashionable person in my opinion or others but there are few people who say that they like my style of clothing. I have just resently been into fashion and I spend a lot of time looking at clothes and stuff like that... my stile is very Asian or that is what I am told and I sorta agree with that but then again I am not so sure.

    I love colors and then especially bright colors like green (my favorite color and I own most clothes in that color), light purple, light blue, orange and yellow but I am not a big fan of pink... to girly for me but I do own a lot of gray and brown clothes. I am not very girly person (and I am a girl) and I don't like wearing and I own very few dresses, I am more fore jeans and shorts.

    I don't buy very expensive clothes unless I really want them and they are cute, colorful and comfortable I buy cheep and comfortable... when I am shopping I will always looks at them prize and think "is this really worth all of this money" or something like that.

    I am not a fan of trowing out old clothes and I wear some clothes until they almost fall of me and I take good care of them. I have a hood that I have had for about 4-5 years now and it got holes in many places but I still wear it all of the time.

    I don't like high heals, I am a converse person or a sneakers and they are usually colorful like my clothes and I paint my nails in all sorts of bright colors and I usually have more then one color at a time and I usually have some bright hairband in my hair.

    here is an example of how I like to dress:




    lots of green clothes
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  5. #125
    INFP - The Idealists

    I don't know I let my twin sister shop for me, and I think she has a nice sense of fashion so I goes with it. Mostly tee's, hoodies, lots o different styles of hats.
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  6. #126
    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Unnursvanna, I can relate to everything you said, and you're so pretty! Your pictures are so INFP-typical XD (I have a quite few of similar ones myself...)

    Thrift stores, comfort, and unsaturated colors

    The lowest 2 levels mostly, I just think they look better with my complexion. 2 pairs of skinny jeans, the rest regular. I dress like a skater kid/grunge kid from the 90s (including the hair XP)
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  7. #127
    INFP - The Idealists

    I've been wearing mostly homemade clothes lately. My favorite items are the ones where I have taken old, boring, worn-out, or useless items and have turned them into conversation pieces that make it so I don't have to initiate any of my own social interactions. I have yet to try out my latest creation, the T-skirt, in public, but my necktie dresses always make people want to talk to me.







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  8. #128
    INFJ - The Protectors


    Quote Originally Posted by snail View Post
    I've been wearing mostly homemade clothes lately. My favorite items are the ones where I have taken old, boring, worn-out, or useless items and have turned them into conversation pieces that make it so I don't have to initiate any of my own social interactions. I have yet to try out my latest creation, the T-skirt, in public, but my necktie dresses always make people want to talk to me.

    That necktie dress is lovely, like a coat of many colors -- a refreshing diversion from the plain cookie-cutter outfits I see day in and day out. The twirling however is not, I feel queasy just watching (terrible merry-go-round experiences).
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  9. #129
    INFP - The Idealists

    I like very feminine clothing. Dresses or skirts. Something romantic, dreamy, and flowy.
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  10. #130
    INTJ - The Scientists

    I wear dresses and flip flops or mary-janes with cardigans every day. If the dress is above my knee, I wear leg warmers or leggings because I'm self conscious of my legs. If I don't wear that, I wear a long skirt with a loose shirt or tank top. I like comfortable clothes.


     
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