if she uses a band she has to use a lot of clips to keep it even remotely where it should be. and she uses clips of all different shapes and colours
if she uses a bandana she is immediately the cutest pirate girl, ever
she likes conservative clothing which just means she wears as many layers as she can at all times
(cold lesbian grunge)
and she really likes jumpers that are too big and fold over her hands
she has reading glasses
she’s an unrepentant morning person. she loves mornings and has no problem getting up early in the morning
she’ll wake up early just to watch the sunset, no matter how late she goes to bed
she schedules all her classes for the morning so “the rest of my day is free!”
somehow she can still stay up late with no problem. it’s probably magic tbh
she spends her summer breaks volunteering at local schools, shops and charities as well as spending time with her chosen family (the walkers, but her friends, too)
once she took a class on astronomy and she researches things in her free time
when the foxes are out at night she’ll point at constellations and tell them about them
she loves hand-written letters
she’ll write them over summer break, but she writes more once the foxes start graduating
when she leaves with the peace corps it’s almost like nothing changed
she doesn’t believe in boring colours, so she doesn’t use black or blue pens unless she’s forced to for exams
the most serious she gets in her later years at palmetto is whenever she talks about having to use black pens. she actually says “fuck the system.” matt goes into cardiac arrest
she’s an unrepentant feminist. please. of course she is
allison swears up and down that the scariest thing about renee is that she has the most ridiculous tolerance for spicy foods. she doesn’t flinch. ever
her hair is naturally dark so when she first bleached it, it went orange. stephanie has photos and takes pleasure in showing every one of the foxes. “it was fate,” she says. dan says she should go ginger again to show fox spirit
this is all i can think of tonight pls talk to me about renee walker the actual light of my life
Meet the Women of the Foxhole Court (2/7) »Renee Walker (Goalkeeper, #9)
The Foxes’ senior goalkeeper had bright white hair cut to her chin. The bottom two inches of her hair were dyed in alternating pastel colors. It was interesting enough to warrant a second look, but downright odd when paired with her scant make-up, conservative clothes, and delicate silver cross necklace.
I bought myself some comfortable men’s trunks from Aeropostale because I like longer underwear. I tried them on at home, they are very comfortable.
My mother was audibly displeased with them when she saw me putting them in the wash. “I don’t like the design around the crotch, it looks like men’s underwear”.
“That’s because it is,” I retorted. She raised the volume of her voice and her tone grow abrasive as she expressed that she doesn’t want me “wearing men’s clothes”. Right after, I googled “women’s boxers” and they basically looked exactly the same to what I bought, save for the lack of “wo” in front of “men’s”.
To make it clear, I’m a girl. I do identify as a girl, but I reject the whole gender stereotypes, especially with clothes. I want to prove a point to my parents regarding social views on these things.
If you think its alright for people to wear WHATEVER clothes they would like, regardless of the ‘intended’ target audience, reblog this post. If you believe that people should wear only the clothes that are intended for their gender, like this post.
the foxes’ senior goalkeeper had bright white hair cut to her chin. the bottom two inches of her hair were dyed in alternating pastel colors. it was interesting enough to warrant a second look, but downright odd when paired with her scant makeup, conservative clothes, and delicate silver cross necklace. nicky had called her the sweetheart of the team. neil understood why as he listened to her talk. [for paula]
Girls with muscles are amazing
Girls with tummy fat are amazing
Girls with body fat are amazing
Girls with stretch marks are amazing
Girls with body hair are amazing
Girls with frizzy hair are amazing
Girls with straight hair are amazing
Girls with curly hair are amazing
Girls with tattoos are amazing
Girls with piercings are amazing
Girls with conservative clothing choices are amazing
Girls with non conservative clothing choices are amazing
Girls with big boobs are amazing
Girls with small boobs are amazing
Girls without boobs are amazing
Girls with “fake” boobs are amazing
Girls with a high self esteem are amazing
Girls with a low self esteem are amazing
Muslim girls are amazing
Jewish girls are amazing
Christian girls are amazing
Non abrahamic faithed girls are amazing
Woman of color are amazing
Disabled women are amazing
Sapphic women are amazing
Trans women are amazing
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
A/N: So, sorry to the anon that requested this because it took longer than expected. Please do continue to follow us and request things, and I hope you enjoy! It’s always fun to write Kai *smirks evilly*
You were anxious for multiple reasons. You were meeting Kai’s parents today, at some fancy restaurant with a name you didn’t know how to pronounce. You had nothing to wear, and the last thing you wanted to do was make it seem like you didn’t have conservative clothes to his parents.
“It doesn’t matter what you wear,” Kai said, following your pacing through the living room.
“Of course it matters! What if they mistake me for a hooker??” You exclaimed, throwing your hands in the air. He rolled his eyes, folding his arms.
“You don’t own hooker clothing.”
Another reason you were anxious was because you weren’t good at meeting people for the first time. When you met the other members of EXO, you had been walking around the dorm without much of anything on (believing that they would get home later), and they were surprised to find you dancing on their counter to their songs, mistaking you for a crazed fan who had snuck in. To this day, Baekhyun won’t let you live it down.
The final reason you were anxious was due to your boyfriend, who was practically sex on legs in your eyes (and everyone else’s eyes). He had been giving you bedroom eyes for the past week, yet he hadn’t been doing anything about it. And every time you would try to pounce on him, he would just string you on before ultimately stopping. As much as you assumed he wouldn’t try and pull anything in front of his parents, Kai was notorious for doing sneaky things in public places. If you had a dollar for every time he dropped a fork under a table and was searching for it for over 5 minutes, you’d be a very rich girl.
“Jagiyah! Are you going to be ready to go soon or what?” Kai called out from the living room of your apartment, and you groaned. How many times was he going to ask you that? You were starting to wonder if he was getting nervous himself about you meeting his parents.
“Keep your pants on.” You replied, putting your dress on. You reached behind you for the zipper and cursed. “Can you come in here and help me?”
You heard his footsteps come up to the door before you heard an audible intake of breath, causing you to turn around. He was staring at you, taking in every inch of you as if you were a glass of water in the middle of a desert. You felt your cheeks burn and looked down at your feet. The white dress was tight, latching onto your curves, but it was still classy enough to meet parent figures. You didn’t plan on wearing this dress specifically, but you didn’t really own any other dresses. Besides, white was a pure color. Great for parents, right? “Um…Kai…?” You faced him fully, and his eyes finally met yours, his cheeks tinted red. He grinned a borderline sinister and innocent smile, and you shivered. You had seen that smile a bunch of times before. “Zip me up?”
“Of course,” He walked over and you turned back around as he began to zip up the back of the dress painfully slow. You felt his fingertips touch your skin faintly, but even the faintest touch made your body heat up. You cursed yourself for wearing this dress, because you already knew Kai was going to give you dirty looks and mouth all the things he was going to do to you when you got home. Right in front of his parents.
So, I got this really cool sumbission post (and the person asked to remain anon), but I wanted to share it with you:
I’d really, really like to see a genderbent!AU for ML that actually explores how bad things could be for genderbent!Adrien. I mean, she’s going to be a model, so regardless of how conservative her clothing is there’s going to be an element of “she quite literally displays her body for money” that lends a really creepy aspect to the inevitable teenage fanboys (assuming she’s either bi or het, given that she needs to have a massive crush on genderbent!Ladybug for the parallels to work) she’s going to accumulate.
I think the expression on her face on angiensca’s latest fanart, lower right-hand corner with genderbent!Chloe, sums it up pretty well. I don’t know where we all got the idea that Adrien likes physics and mathy stuff, but genderbent!Adrien’s gender is going to work against her there too, given the current condition of the scientific community. What’s probably going to be worst for her is the nature of her affections towards genderbent!Ladybug; she’s blonde and pretty and VERY openly affectionate, so the natural stereotype would probably be that she’s somewhat free with her affections as well (I’m sorry if I’ve made an inaccuracy in this, but that’s as much as I’ve garnered from a decade of TV), making it even further of an uphill climb to get genderbent!Ladybug to recognize that her feelings are genuine.
I think that this might be secondary, but the whole thing about Ladybug being more revered as a hero than Chat Noir (oh dear, how unfortunate that’ll be, the stereotype and the unfortunate implications of “Chat” in the idiomatic French language) might also play a factor, on account of the dearth of classic female superheroes.
I think that the sumbitter is spot on with these issues that would happen for a lady Adrien. And we think the kid has a hard time as it is now….
You could shave your head, pierce your eyebrows or septum or whatever, get a giant tattoo on your forehead, wear more revealing clothing, wear conservative clothing, get extensions, wear orange lipstick, whatever you want. I’d still be a huge fan of yours.
I want you to be HAPPY and to be YOU. You are lovely and we’re not here for your looks, even though you seem to look good in everything which baffles me.
A/N:I finally got this done after agonizing over a few parts these past couple of days >w< But this piece is for/dedicated to @kristicles and is based on this stunning piece of art she drew of Riza. Krista, thank you for being so cool and wonderful, and for contributing such amazing art to this fandom! owo I hope you enjoy~!
Riza Hawkeye had never been one to flaunt her body; always the one to cover up as much as she could for fear that her past and scars would be showcased to the world. She was never one to strive to be the center of attention, instead opting to blend into the background whenever possible. Riza was a watcher, a listener, as demonstrated by her successes as a sharpshooter. She was more than well-equipped for removing herself by fading into the shadows.
(Disclaimer: Fashion is a personal choice, and might not be the same.)
One can describe an INFP’s fashion sense as: personal, quirky, comfortable, laid-back, conservative or expressive. Some INFPs tend to put more thought into how they dress (a way of self-expressionism) or the others tend to dress for comfort. Most INFPs’ clothing are conservative (i.e no revealing cuts, neon and bright colours) unless they want to express something through it. The colours tend to fall onto more earthy or darker shades. However, one very common colour (arguably ‘colour’) that INFPs like to dress in is black, as it expresses melancholy. Also, INFPs tend not to bother about the ‘branding’; they look more into the aesthetics of the specific piece.
Living in a relatively cold and wet part of the country conditioned you to wearing pretty conservative looking clothes. You weren’t a prude, just cold.
It wasn’t until hunting became a part of your life that you ever had cause to travel. And of course, when you went you took with you all of your jeans and leggings. Not a single pair of shorts. You hadn’t really needed any so far, as it was fall and winter your first six months of hunting with the famous Winchesters. But now, Southern California in late May a wardrobe change was a definite necessity.
“Where are you going?” Sam asked his brother as he grabbed the keys.
“Out,” Dean replied frustratedly. You felt a little guilty but you got up and grabbed your wallet and put on your flip flops.
“And where are you going?” Sam cried in an exasperated tone.
“I’m sorry Sam, but I have to go to the thrift store across the street. I’m going to get cooked if I wear these winter clothes any longer,”
“Ugh! Fine fine, go ahead,” he turned back to the ancient book he was combing over.
“Come on Sammy, if I don’t do this I’ll get heat stroke and die. I’ll bring something home for you… What do you want?” You offered.
“Just stop by the grocery store, pick up some stuff for Dean he’s gonna have one hell of a hang over tomorrow,”
“I’m not worried about Dean just now. I asked what you want,”
He smiled at you, clearly appreciative of your kindness. “Alright, when you get the groceries tonight can you see what kind of fruit they have? Something nice a fresh. I’m sick of fast food,”
“Sure, I can do that,” you say running a hand through his long hair. You kiss his forehead and leave without another word.It’s funny, both Sam and Dean think you like the other one. Sam liked you back, but Dean just loves you like family. Neither of them have figured out who you like, so you have fun gently teasing both.
You crossed the street and went into the thrift shop going straight for the ladies section in your size.After an hour of browsing, trying on, and exchanging you had 6 new pairs of shorts, some tank tops, flip flops, and a new sun dress.
You took your bag of clothes with you to the little supermarket to buy all the stuff to make dinner and for road snacks and the fruit for Sam.
You couldn’t help but look at yourself in the reflection of the window. Your new shorts looked very good on you, you liked how your legs looked.
When you opened the door to the motel room that evening, Dean was already koncked out on one bed. Sam was sat down on the couch, rubbing his temple.
“Hi Sam,” you whispered, you didn’t want to wake Dean. Sam got up to help you with the bags, he didn’t notice your new look just yet. When he set everything down on the table, he looked at you then stopped and gaped at your transformation. You were always beautiful, but now you looked cute and summery.
“Wow (y/n), you- you look fantastic,” he got out.
You blushed, and began pulling out the ingredients you bought for dinner. “Thank you,”
“Feel better?” He asked regaining himself.
“Yeah, it’s freeing. I like it,” you replied, setting a pan on the stove.
“Well, ya look great,” he said as you began chopping onions.
“Dear god, just kiss her already,” came a surely voice.
“Dean?” You asked, looking behind you. Dean had propped himself up on his elbows so he could see what was going on.
“For the love of God, Sam. Kiss her,” he garbled on his words.
“Oh come on. You two are such infants. You love each other. Mush your lips together and admit it already,” Dean flopped back onto the pillow.
You laughed out loud at his mumbling. And then turned to Sam,
“we don’t have to if you don-mrf”
Sam pressed you against the counter firmly but in a gentle manner. You melted into the kiss this is what you had wanted.
You pulled away, and held the back of his neck with one hand. “If this is what I get for wearing shorts, I should have made the switch a long time ago,”
Sam laughed and kissed you again.
Dean rolled over and shouted “Finally!” Into his pillow.
i agree that women should be able to wear whatever they want without the fear of being raped or anything, but in this day and age, there is still danger and sometimes it IS associated with what we are wearing. i know its extremely unfair but right now i personally think its not smart to walk alone at night wearing something totally revealing. its not fair for us, but its not smart. is it WRONG for mothers to tell their children to dress in more conservative clothing bc they’re worried for their childrens safety??