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Myers Briggs Types: Appearances

ISTJ: conservative style, doesn’t stand out, very good at dressing for business/other official events, may be drawn to old styles of clothing, dress the way they feel like they are “supposed to”, traditional style, very neat, care about the functionality of their clothes

ISFJ: conservative style, doesn’t stand out, dress to fit what their friends/social circle wears, dress in a traditional style, dress how they are “supposed to”, may be drawn to old styles of clothing, popular trends, very neat, care about the functionality of their clothes

INFJ: conservative style, doesn’t stand out, dress to fit in with others, have a socially accepted style but still express their unique tastes, want to appear put together, very fastidious and perfectionist in cultivating their outfits and appearance

INTJ: conservative style, doesn’t stand out, may see fashion and make up as meaningless and focus on the comfort and practicality of their clothing or they may cultivate their own unique style, very good at dressing for business/other official events

ISTP: may see fashion and make up as meaningless and focus on the comfort and practicality of their clothing, can be drawn to extravagant items but don’t want to stand out, may not know how to dress to fit social conventions, cultivate own personal style

ISFP: cultivate own personal style, consider their appearance/clothes/make-up to be important, artistic and unique style, don’t want to stand out too much, put work into others’ perceiving them as attractive, dress very casually, may not be very good at dressing for business or official events

INFP: cultivate own unique style, eclectic and draw from many stylistic sources, doesn’t stand out, may not put a lot of effort into cultivating their appearance, see appearance as a form of self-expression not conforming to trends, dress very casually

INTP: conservative style, doesn’t stand out, focus on the practicality of their clothes, eclectic and draw from many stylistic sources, cultivate own personal style, may not know how to dress to fit social conventions

ESTP: attracted to extravagant items, put a lot of importance on their appearance, want to be able to move/play sports in what they wear so comfort is a factor, put work into others’ perceiving them as attractive, may dress very casually

ESFP: extravagant outfits that stand out, consider their appearance/clothes/make-up to be important, unique style, put work into others’ perceiving them as attractive, may dress very casually and comfortably

ENFP: eclectic and draw from many stylistic sources, may not put a lot of effort into cultivating their appearance, see appearance as a form of self-expression not conforming to trends, dress very casually, cultivate own unique style

ENTP: eclectic and draw from many stylistic sources, may not put a lot of effort into cultivating their appearance, may not be very good at dressing for business or official events or keeping up with trends, others may see their style as odd or unconventional, drawn to extravagant items that stand out

ESTJ: traditionally and conservatively dressed, want to appear professional and put together, very good at dressing for business/other official events, may be drawn to old styles of clothing, dress the way they feel like they are “supposed to”, very neat, care about the functionality of their clothes

ESFJ: dress to fit in with their friends/social circle or style icons that they identify with, traditionally and conservatively dressed, appear put together, want to appear fashionable, spend time cultivating own sense of style, very neat

ENFJ: dresses to fit in with their friends or social circle, very nicely dressed, traditionally and conservatively dressed, keep up with popular trends

ENTJ: see one’s appearance as a way of hindering or bolstering one’s social/professional image, very well dressed, very neat, traditionally and conservatively dressed, want to appear professional and put together, very good at dressing for business/other official events