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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; Originally Posted by Hudson This is something I'll rarely think about, but I DO make sure I dont consider myself ...

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson View Post
    This is something I'll rarely think about, but I DO make sure I dont consider myself to look like an idiot before I leave the house. this is what that entails.

    Usually jeans, if I can help it. Jeans are the best article of clothing known to mankind, hands down without question. :p I like to wear cool colors, like blue and green. Dark, foresty green specifically, it feels like an extension of my body. Hoodies too. I also have this wierd thing about hats. I almost have to wear a hat when I leave. Its usually a beanie. I have all sorts of different colors. Also I like to wear baseball caps, preferably beat up and worn. I like the way my hair sticks out from under my hats, it just looks like me. As if the hat was the mask of sanity and my hair was the crazy spilling out.
    Haha! I like that, about your hair. For a while, I wouldn't leave the house without wearing a shawl, because I felt exposed without one, and didn't like being looked at.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudson View Post
    I just cut down on variety and wear only what I am completely and utterly comfortable in. Like me and my dark green coat. that coat is awesome. Weve been through so much together. Weve loved and lost, been injured and healed, traveled to faraway places. It has scars, like my body. The same goes for my other clothes. I wear their flaws as a badge of honor. If they still keep me warm, they're not getting tossed.
    I get emotional attachments to clothes also. I love variety and newness, but I still have certain pieces that are from my teen years because I cannot bear to throw them out (and I still wear them sometimes).

    I'm really fanatical about my laundry (washing it, not putting it away, haha) & I can mend well, so my clothes tend to stay in good shape for a long time. I've made myself clean my closet out every year though, to throw out & donate clothes, or else I'd be drowning in them....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabbi View Post
    So my closet is turning into a symbol of my efforts to become a more positive person and to open my true self (the loving, caring and romantic me) to the world.
    As is mine!

    I used to dress like a complete freak. Boots, tutus and I also had green hair. o_O

    Then I started to feel good about myself, and now I dress in a pretty dark girly fashion. I mostly wear black, but I also have a lot of tartan clothes. Polka dots are a favourite of mine, as are ballet flats with bows.. and corsets. Real, steel boned corsets. <3 Basically, I either look like a rock chick hobo, or a gothy girly girl. When I'm feeling aggressive or unhappy, I still break out my platform combat boots and neon clothes though.

    The girl in the picture is wearing my bathers and shoes. The whole feel of the picture really sums up how I usually dress, apart from the sunglasses. I even have a similar haircut.

    Wow, now I feel like a clone.

    ANYWAY


    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    Sometimes I like a messy, rock girl look: worn skinny jeans, an oversized tee, messy bedhead, a scarf, tons of bangles, and some ankle boots. Other times I'm very simple & girly in a sundress with ballet flats and perfectly coiffed bangs. Most of the time I'm in the middle - a mix of bohemian/rebellious/elegant/girly. I like offbeat styles that are a bit avant-garde without being too bizarre. I've had the guts to wear some unusual things though
    Wow, that sounds a lot like how I dress. Except I definitely wear very weird things on a regular basis...haha..
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    INFP - The Idealists

    I try to stay in style but also go my own way a little bit. I am a fashion major and plan on working in this field..so I need to stay somewhat current on styles and colors.

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    INFP

    Fashion? Not here. I'm into my feet not getting wet when it rains, hence and therefore I wear L.L. Bean comfort Mocs year round. I have a total of two pairs of shoes. One black pair of comfort Mocs and a spare pair if I step in poo and need to wash the other pair. Two days ago the heavens opened up to a sort of apocalyptic flood and most were talking about wet feet at work. NOT ME! ;-)

    Right now I have on a paisley purple velour top and black pants. Everything even work clothes MUST BE SOFT. So I only wear velour, flannel, cotton, polar fleece, jersey. If there is one little tiny weeny sticker itchy hard spot in any of my shirts.... I'll rip the shirt off in the middle of a busy interstate highway, if I have to. I must wash all clothes once, this includes sheets (to sleep on, not wear), before I wear them, due to everything coming with starch on them.

    Heels? Anything above 1/4 of an inch is a friggin' safety hazard. I do own slippers. I like barefoot in the summer and I LOVE wearing black, black, black. Also, no rings, no necklaces, no bracelets, no hats except for my L.L.Bean winter hat that has the flaps that come over my ears. I will wear gloves.
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    INFJ - The Protectors

    I'm going to hop on the band wagon and say I too wear a lot of black. But like snail said, recently I've tried to incorporate more colors into my wardrobe. For the most part it is working aside from the fact I subconsciously keep buying shirts all in different shades of purple. In a nutshell, as long as I feel comfortable in what I'm wearing it's a go. But comfort for me, means extenuating the positive and not standing out too much.
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    INFP - The Idealists


    I love fashion. I am really into European style, as I think Europeans dress nicer than Americans. If I could afford it, I would dress in designer clothing, but since I can't, I tend to try to get the high fashion look by shopping at thrift stores and other stores and just use my eye to get a good style. My everyday look is a well fitting t shirt, skinny jeans, and vintage chelsea boots. I'm really into vintage looks.
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    I prefer to wear simple and comfortable, yet pretty and colorful clothes. I absolutely hate pastel or "earthy" colors, and if Im wearing a lot of dark colored clothes Ill make sure to add some colorful accessory, like yellow scarf or leopard gloves or something.

    Don't like dresses much, though I have a few. I mostly wear jeans and shorts, and have a lot of shirts of all kinds.

    Oh, and I also dont like too revealing clothes.

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    INFP - The Idealists


    Quote Originally Posted by android654 View Post
    That totally narrows you down...
    black long hair

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    INFP - The Idealists

    i wear mostly black and band shirts (well, what do you expect when most of music i listen to is either metal or punk?)
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