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    MBTI Type: INFP..or INF something xD

    What type of clothes do you wear?
    I shop at Urban Outfitters a lot. I usually have a coin necklace I wear with everything. I don't really plan my outfits. I just pull out whatever but typically I wear jeans and nice sandals/converse and flowy tops.

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    I don't know, I just wear stuff because we need to wear stuff but I also like looking a little nice..

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?
    Neither

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?
    I just throw them on the floor into the pile with a million other clothes

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    4'10, 90 pounds. It sounds average for my height but everyone tells me I'm too skinny


    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    small and almondish

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    People are annoyed at how calm and emotionless I look all the time

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    I just leave my hair and let it do its thing. It's wavy, meduim, and black

  2. #22

    MBTI Type: (E)NTx

    What type of clothes do you wear?
    Sweaters, cardigans, nice jeans, flats, headbands, turtlenecks, skirts. I've been told I look sophisticated. Or like I hang out around coffee shops a lot.

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    If something is uncomfortable I usually won't wear it, but comfort isn't my priority in how I dress... I guess it's to express myself.

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?
    I would say I wear what I like rather than what everyone else seems to like. Of course, if I see other people wearing something cute I'll probably buy something similar. But just because something is popular won't motivate me to wear it if it's ugly (for example, Uggs.)

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?
    I have some torn jeans, and I hold on to those because I'm so reluctant to throw out jeans -- they're so expensive! And I have a couple shirts that have small holes that I can conceal with a jacket or something and I wear them occasionally. But I'm not "proud" of holes or anything. I don't prefer them being there.

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    Thin/average, I guess. Dark brown hair, blue eyes, pale skin, freckles, round face, big smile, short.

    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    More round, I suppose.

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    I'm pretty expressive usually.

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    Headbands are my favorite because they're cute but keep my hair out of my face. ^^ Usually I just wear it down or with some sort of easy hair piece, but if it's distracting me I'll just pull it up. I have thing where I have to pull my hair back if I'm eating. It grosses me out if it's not pulled back, for some reason. :P

  3. #23

    Check this thread to see what we all look like.

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  5. #24

    Type: ENFP

    Overall style: Um...pretty but simple? I like comfortable clothing. I will not wear it if it's the slightest bit stiff or rough. I like dresses for comfort, if that's not practical I like jeans (some are more comfortable than others) and peasant tops or colorful t shirts. I like jewelry and make up but very subtle and classic pieces. Nothing over the top or trendy, thoughin high school ) I was into the whole emo/goth scene a bit. I like pastel colors the best. Soft yellows, lavenders, blues, etc.


    Expression, comfort, or because of the norm? Expression and comfort. Not so worried about the norm. If it were the norm to go naked, I'd still prefer clothes for sanitary reasons, if nothing else

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army? Generally at a store because I don't have the patience to shift through places like S.A.

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes? Replace!

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny? 5'5" about 115 lbs, Thin but not without curves. I have long wavy dark reddish brown hair, pale olive skin with rosey cheeks ( due to my Scottish & Italian heritage) and gold-brown eyes.

    Are your eyes almond shaped or round? round

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless? Extremely epressive. Most often when I'm lost in thought. If I concentrate though, I can hide my emotions pretty well, but it takes conscious effort.

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face? I straighten it for special occassions. I rarely put it up because it gives me headaches and I prefer how I look with it down. I don't have a lot of patience with it so most of the time it looks somewhat messy in that "beachy" sort of way.

  6. #25

    I wear fairly simple, utilitarian things like cargo pants, hiking boots, and long-sleeved shirts. This is mostly because they are useful, simple, and often fairly durable.

  7. #26

    What type of clothes do you wear?

    Shirt, Jeans, hoodies, and shorts when I'm at home.

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    I'm fairly utilitarian in my dress. I have a slight preference for black.

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?

    I wear what works. I just go to a particular store and go for what I want.

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?
    Toss.

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    Tall, but slender.
    6'0
    150-160 lbs.


    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    I don't know.

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    Stoic

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    It's man hair

  8. #27

    ENFP

    What type of clothes do you wear?
    Um, I wear whatever I feel like. Usually just casual shirt (usually colourful - blue, orange and white!) and pants/mid-pants (I have loads of green pants)

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    Well, I'd 'like' it to be not commonly accept it to wear clothes. But it's usually comfort (and I feel that clothes that look too good kinda don't work with my personality. Makes me feel awkward).

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?
    I have no idea of trends in fashion. So I just pick them out.

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?
    Well if they're torn, I usually just throw them away.

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    Asian
    5'2"
    I'm only 50 kgs!

    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    I have no idea what shape my eyes are.

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    Too much emotion.

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    Keep it out of my face. It's annoying. I usually just tell the hairdresser to decide for me ! As long as it's comfortable, and easy to dry, but not to the extremes of being bald.

  9. #28

    Quote Originally Posted by Rachel25Lee View Post
    I don't know if this thread belongs in here or not, but I've been doing research on all the MBTI types and writing about their characteristics. One thing I've found to be rather eluding is each type's appearence (clothing and physical). When you reply to this thread, describe how you look; what type of clothes do you wear? Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes? Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army? When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes? Then describe your physical appearence. Are you really large or skinny? Are your eyes almond shapped or round? Are you facially expressive or emotionless? Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a poney tail to keep it out of your face? You get the picture. Be as detailed and advanced as possible; I hope to find a correlation between your descriptions. Please state your type as well, and for those who are unsure of your type, write down what you might be (the possiblities). Thank you all for your participation. :)
    Not a problem, Rachel.

    MBTI Type: INTJ

    Usual dress: T-shirt and jeans with sneakers in summer, pullover and jeans/casual pants with short boots in winter. The important thing more often than not is that I'm wearing clothes I can work in.

    Physical appearance: 5' 10" (1 m 75), 170 lbs (80-82 kg), lean but solid build.

    As my avatar photo indicates:
    Green eyes, somewhere between almond-shaped and round.
    Face usually shows little expression apart from a slight smile.
    Blond to light-brown hair, usually cut short; it curls naturally if it grows out very far.

  10. #29

    INTP
    What type of clothes do you wear?
    Ts (some with sarcastic text / humorous, some regular), polo shirts, long sleeve shirts, hoodies (love them), shorts (bermuda / cargo), baggy cargo trousers, regular jeans.

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    A bit of both, but mostly for comfort.

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?
    Whatever's on sale. I'd get so down If I saw another person wearing the same thing as me.

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?
    Wear them at home.

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    193 cm
    82 kg

    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    Almond shaped

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    stone cold

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    wet look, medium

  11. #30

    I don't think there's any correlation, but I'll play....

    INFP

    What type of clothes do you wear?
    I wear skirts, dresses, jeans, tees, blouses, etc. I like it all!
    I love bold/bright colors & black. Bold/fun prints. Tights/fishnets. Boots & ballet flats. Retro styles or slightly futuristic. Studs and other little embellishments. Playing with different silhouettes (baby doll, androgynous square shapes, hourglass, etc). I look for unusual jewelry - I have a lot of vintage and hand-made pieces. I also have a fair amount of vintage clothes. I am aware of fashion & find it fun & inspiring without being a slave to it.

    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 neatly coiffed hair. Most of the time I'm in the middle - a mix of bohemian/rebellious/elegant/girly. It's a carefully planned randomness . I like offbeat styles that are a bit avant-garde without being too bizarre. I've had the guts to wear some unusual things, but I don't go out of my way to be weird for the sake of weird. I get mostly positive feedback from other people on my style. As long as I feel like I'm representing my internal self accurately, then I am happy.

    Do you wear them to express yourself, just for comfort, or because it's commonly accepted that people wear clothes?
    I see clothes as an opportunity to self-express and be creative. Not to say I never take into account comfort or appropriateness, but they're not my primary interest. I often have an image in my mind of how I want to represent myself aesthetically.

    Do you pick out clothes that others are wearing or just whatever is in Salvation Army?
    Both! I follow what's going on in fashion for inspiration and ideas. I like to go thrifting and find unique vintage pieces to work into my wardrobe also. I'm more interested in crafting a unique style than fitting in, but I also love the novelty of new trends and will eagerly adopt them if they suit me.

    When they wear out and get torn and ripped, do you instantly toss them, awaiting a new shopping spree, or do you hold onto them, wearing them with pride that there's air holes?

    It depends on the garment. A ripped pair of jeans can be awesome - a ripped blouse, maybe not so much. If it's something I love and its mend-able, and would look better mended, then I try and "save" it. I will toss something out if it's a lost cause. I may only go shopping to replace it if it's key basic I use a lot in my wardrobe; I have a lot of other clothes anyway. I don't wait for my clothes to wear out before going shopping though - I just do that when I want to and can afford it.

    Then describe your physical appearance. Are you really large or skinny?
    I'm on the skinny side. 5'8, 120 lbs.

    Are your eyes almond shaped or round?
    Large, almond shaped eyes.

    Are you facially expressive or emotionless?
    I can be very expressive, but when thinking (which I do a lot) I take a blank neutral face that sometimes others read as mean/angry/upset. I'd put myself more on the expressive side.

    Is your hair done up with care or just tied back in a pony tail to keep it out of your face?
    Neither? Both? It's long and I tend to let it dry wavy and maybe tame it with some product. Sometimes I toss it into a pony, in which case it is on the neat side. I sometimes take the time to blow it out or curl it all, but not for everyday. I don't mind if it falls in my face, and I used to wear bangs (which was higher maintenance).
    Last edited by OrangeAppled; 09-01-2010 at 07:58 PM.
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