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    Default Delta Ideal Wardrobe Masterpost

    The last edition of the ideal fashion series for the Delta quadra. Thanks for requesting, everybody. Looking forward to your feedback

    LSE: http://imgur.com/a/H54O7
    EII: http://imgur.com/a/PhphQ
    IEE: http://imgur.com/a/8tkoI
    SLI: http://imgur.com/a/GLwDe


    Final credits: Dolce & Gabbana, Carhartt, Liberty, Heine, Ray Ban, Alexander McQueen, Nike, Louis Vuitton, Nexus, Pepe Jeans, Breitling, Maurice, Suunto, Superga, David Lewis Taylor, Tag Heuer, Diesel, Ralph Lauren, Jeffrey Campbell, Sneaks, Adidas, Obey Alliance, Maxpart, Nordstrom, Looktastic, Givenchy, DKNY, Superdry, Net a Porter, Quay Australia, Moschino, Cool Hunter, Boohoo, Bass Burlington, Vivienne Westwood, New Balance, YSL, Linda Farrow, EMP, Christoph Straube, Christopher Kane, Polyvore, Asos, Topman, Walls, Slate, Republic, Hermes, Alexander Wang, Acne Studios, The Sting, Vice Versa, Louboutin, Miss Sicily, KNG, Gucci, Topshop, Soo Ihn Kim, Fenty, Zanotti, Haider Ackermann, Fizzm, Duoboots, HUF, Buzznet, Amazon, Puma, Urban Outfitters, Atsuko Kudo, Balmain, Chanel, Boss, & several vintage pieces.
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    Desigual is the ultimate delta brand.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Persephone View Post
    Desigual is the ultimate delta brand.
    Ohhh yes. Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana are very Delta as well. I selected some matching adverts. Chanel seems LSE, Dolce and Desigual IEE (strong ).






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    Dolce might be Alpha as well based on the above picture. But no probably too much of black for Alpha finally :


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    Quote Originally Posted by Persephone View Post
    Desigual is the ultimate delta brand.
    My latest Desigual purchase!

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    Hey Chae do one for all the quadras!

    I would be SLI style, then. I think I've actually owned that pullover Carhart jacket at some point....

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    SLI has the best fashion sense in those galleries. I could see myself wearing almost all of those items.

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    The collections in the op make me think of my ideas of the types more than actual people I know who are Deltas, myself included.

    My husband and I both tend to buy well-made "classic" style clothes and then wear them gently -- both our wardrobes are comprised mostly of clothes and accessories that last a long time in terms of both fashion and physical condition. (Not that we keep up with fashion as such, but I doubt that's type-related, at least socionics-wise.)

    Slightly unrelatedly, I read an article about clothing waste and thought of this thread. I would think fast fashion would be anti-Delta... for practicality more than to save the world
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    It's too cultural to say. LSE can be frugal and stick with plain black or they can like very high end and expensive things. Glasses work for me

    Quote Originally Posted by SongOfSapphire View Post
    The collections in the op make me think of my ideas of the types more than actual people I know who are Deltas, myself included.

    My husband and I both tend to buy well-made "classic" style clothes and then wear them gently -- both our wardrobes are comprised mostly of clothes and accessories that last a long time in terms of both fashion and physical condition. (Not that we keep up with fashion as such, but I doubt that's type-related, at least socionics-wise.)

    Slightly unrelatedly, I read an article about clothing waste and thought of this thread. I would think fast fashion would be anti-Delta... for practicality more than to save the world
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    I'm constantly looking to align the real with the ideal.I've been more oriented toward being overly idealistic by expecting the real to match the ideal. My thinking side is dominent. The result is that sometimes I can be overly impersonal or self-centered in my approach, not being understanding of others in the process and simply thinking "you should do this" or "everyone should follor this rule"..."regardless of how they feel or where they're coming from"which just isn't a good attitude to have. It is a way, though, to give oneself an artificial sense of self-justification. LSE

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