(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.
We know so little science in comparison to how much there actually is, but it has helped humans progress. Personally it is in constant battle with my spiritual side. Science makes my life so much harder because I can no longer be satisfied so simply with religious concepts. - Alex
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What does "DOM-ALT"/"SUB-ALT" "3w4"/"4w5" "RLOEI/RLOAI/RLUAI" "ASI/SAE/EIS" and "choleric"/"meloncholic/phlegmatic" mean and where could one take tests for those? (sorry if this was already asked about)
Ok. Here goes to anyone who is also wondering about this:
Note: Online tests are just the base. If you really want to know and find out your true type, you’ve got to study these in more detail. However, click on the tests that you want to do. It’ll lead you to the tests (except those that doesn’t have a link/isn’t bolded; we’ll be explaining it below) and you can start from there.
We’ll start off with the DOM/SUB SEL/ALT first. This is a self-test and will require you to be as honest as possible.
DOM – Dominant
- naturally inclined to take charge
-not afraid of authority, tradition, etc.
SUB – Submissive
-do not like to lead
SEL – Selfish
-works for the self most of the time
ALT – Altruistic
- works for the good of everyone
Normal MBTI tests only focus on the four letters. That makes it unreliable, so take the Jung (cognitive functions) test, which is comparatively more reliable.
That’s about it. Other than that, have a great day!