Quadra and fashion stereotypes
Hello there, sorry for the wait. I literally had to compile all these images together, since I realized I can only post 2 pictures at a time.
Last edited by Surreal; 06-28-2020 at 03:53 AM.
You're a peach and I'm a plum
haha, well I look forward to it, seems you present some thought-provoking and interesting posts
a two horned unicorn renegade
Socionics is a spook
My IEI boyfriend for some reason sees the pandemic as an excuse to wear nursing scrubs every day and it's an endearing quirk but is this science?
e_e I really dislike having to wear formal clothes.. if I have to I'd rather go smart casual, but in no way do I like wearing the suit pants or the shoes. Shirts and jacket are ok, fuck ties! IDK what quadra.
Prefered clothing: comfortable, black with pastel colors, form fitting and exact size. I dislike baggy clothes. No logos or slogans on my clothes, why would I be a walking advertisement or display that kind of garbage?
Shoes: tennis or robust combat boots, the kind you can stomp on your enemie's skull with
You're a peach and I'm a plum
I prefer classical style, which was common up to 1980s.
Since mid 2000s it becomes harder to find such clothes which would be made with good quality. Good quality is important for everyday wearing. I suspect that producers suppose this style more for special or rare cases - so prices on good made things became higher and it's harder to find them.
As an example, I could not find normal boots of good quality in all shops of my town which I watched. I could did this 2007 in one of those shops. What I saw has doubtful design from the look (it's too fancy) and usage, bad materials. They all were cheap, not of good quality some more expensive models of classical look. People are pushed to buy trashy look clothes alike I see among today USA masses.
and some identify him correctly as LII
Originally Posted by thegreenfaerie
I like all kinds of subcultural styles, especially when they are taken to the extreme. "Been there, done that, bought the t-shirt and wore it out". Some of the subcultures I've been in I've seen come in and out of style even, namely rockabilly and pinup fashion. Goth and punk are always somewhat "in style" even if they do come back in to the fashion spotlight every now and then. I can't say I care about comfort or anything like that tbh, I'm not even aware of my bodily sensations most of the time and it's kind of nice to have the odd "jolt" to bring me out of my thoughts and remind me that I actually have a body lol.
@COVID 007 Why though, don't you want to see your crush naked? lmao
Anyways I posted the stuff, even though its been a while...
I have no style
I like synthetic pants with many pockets and a plain t-shirt for non-home activities.
At home I wear soft pants with natural fibers
Why? Because natural fibers are for comfort, synthetics are for keeping out the elements of the day and being well-fitted for movement.