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    Default Do ISFjs prefer old-fashioned clothing?

    Some ISFJ have this liking for old fashioned ugly clothes that cover their (fat in this case) asses.

    Is this type related?
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    only where you're involved.

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    Just because your blow-up doll doesn't leave the house without you dragging it outside against it's accord doesn't mean that it's ISFj.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quirk Satellite Div.
    Just because your blow-up doll doesn't leave the house without you dragging it outside against it's accord doesn't mean that it's ISFj.

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    I don't quite see how this is related to the topic? I am being honest. I don't mind digs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quirk Satellite Div.
    Just because your blow-up doll doesn't leave the house without you dragging it outside against it's accord doesn't mean that it's ISFj.

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    Actually, *all* of the ISFj's I know/noticed are extremely attractive dressers. The style they dress in isn't set in stone, but attractiveness in style is something I almost expect in them now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diana
    I always wear clothes that cover my (not fat) ass. I've found leaving my butt cheeks exposed draws unwanted attention.
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    The ISFj neighbor here always dresses conservatively, and yet, wears clothing that look elegant and show off her features now and then. She takes excellent care of herself. But in absolutely no way is her sense of fashion poor or outdated. Probably the best dressed and best kept individual on the block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePeddler
    Actually, *all* of the ISFj's I know/noticed are extremely attractive dressers. The style they dress in isn't set in stone, but attractiveness in style is something I almost expect in them now.
    That is true for some ISFJs no doubt, but I don't think that they dress sexy. I guess it depends on the cultural context, but IMO they tend to be formalistic. I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    Well done. *applause*
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    It is related to culture, and also to what a person likes to wear.

    Two ISFjs females I know for example. One loves to dress in skirts and dresses, while the other hates skirts. I don't know about dresses.She is much more about jeans. Anyway, it doesn't change the fact that they both dress very stylishly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThePeddler
    It is related to culture, and also to what a person likes to wear.

    Two ISFjs females I know for example. One loves to dress in skirts and dresses, while the other hates skirts. I don't know about dresses.She is much more about jeans. Anyway, it doesn't change the fact that they both dress very stylishly.
    But their clothes are sort of like a uniform, as if they are advertising clothes for a company. They can be stylish for sure, many of them are. I am not sure what it is that makes some of them dress very stylishly and others also stylishly but froma different style I guess. Iguess they follow some dressing code of the cultures where they come from.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    Quote Originally Posted by ThePeddler
    Actually, *all* of the ISFj's I know/noticed are extremely attractive dressers. The style they dress in isn't set in stone, but attractiveness in style is something I almost expect in them now.
    That is true for some ISFJs no doubt, but I don't think that they dress sexy. I guess it depends on the cultural context, but IMO they tend to be formalistic. I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    maybe you should have just pushed her out of her jeans and then remain at home

    Anyway it depends. There are fashion conscious ISFjs and non-fashion-conscious ISFjs. Like most other types. The 2nd type usually dresses more freely and cares less about the impression made on others; obviously a much more respectable position, imho, than dressing to impress, which I personally find gross.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quirk Satellite Div.
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    lolol


    one supposvie isfj i know dresses neatly, in non-attention grabbing clothing. very nice imho.

    another supposive one i know, likes to wear pajama pants, hoodies, and anime t-shirts. she could not be isfj though...she was typed a long time ago, and in a MBTI mind-set...hmmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    Well done. *applause*
    yeah, thank god since fashion is such a fucking incredibly important thing and bla bla bla i won't talk to anyone with a hairy vagina or who isn't 6'10'' with boob implants since that's what life is all about anyways.
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    Well done. *applause*
    yeah, thank god since fashion is such a fucking incredibly important thing and bla bla bla i won't talk to anyone with a hairy vagina or who isn't 6'10'' with boob implants since that's what life is all about anyways.
    lol

    i agree with your rant, fashion conscious people are gross
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG
    Quote Originally Posted by implied
    Quote Originally Posted by UDP III
    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    Well done. *applause*
    yeah, thank god since fashion is such a fucking incredibly important thing and bla bla bla i won't talk to anyone with a hairy vagina or who isn't 6'10'' with boob implants since that's what life is all about anyways.
    lol

    i agree with your rant, fashion conscious people are gross

    yeah, i fucking hate them honestly and i think i ever have kids and they grow up to be make-up/fashion obsessed it'll be like a litmus test as to whether i've done an okay job.


    also UDP and Dioklecian are sounding like the sorts of fellows who have never dealt with a pregnancy scare or any such thing, so i think they're forgiveable hah. what's up worthy purposes and big goals!
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    Quote Originally Posted by implied
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dioklecian
    I had to push my ISFj ex to get out of her jeans and wear a miniskirt once in a while.
    Well done. *applause*
    yeah, thank god since fashion is such a fucking incredibly important thing and bla bla bla i won't talk to anyone with a hairy vagina or who isn't 6'10'' with boob implants since that's what life is all about anyways.
    lol

    i agree with your rant, fashion conscious people are gross

    yeah, i fucking hate them honestly and i think i ever have kids and they grow up to be make-up/fashion obsessed it'll be like a litmus test as to whether i've done an okay job.
    ahahaha. agree 100 percent.
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    I'm too sensitive about my appearance to knowingly wear ugly clothing. I consider physical appearance to be an important part of self-respect and personal discipline (for me). I'm not that anal about it, but it gets to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by discojoe
    I'm too sensitive about my appearance to knowingly wear ugly clothing. I consider physical appearance to be an important part of self-respect and personal discipline (for me). I'm not that anal about it, but it gets to me.
    Rofl. I'm the complete opposite, but I know that my ISFj girlfriend gets frustrated with me being that way. I don't care how I look, as long as I don't look unhygienic.
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