Khaki is the good alternative for jeans/denim. It also gives a great “earthy” look to the person wearing it. In addition, wearing Khaki Pants with a slimmer fit gives off a more formal vibe when paired with a button-down shirt.
A parka jacket is a great way to not only keep warm during windy days, but it also becomes a great way to add to a neutral combination. For females, it works well when paired with a light coloured shirt (e.g. cream) and denim shorts w/ stockings under it. Here’s an example of it.
Brown Leather Jacket
A brown leather jacket is a great alternative to a black one. A leather jacket already gives the person wearing it some ‘edge’ to what they are wearing. Some people might find the black leather jacket too tough for their tastes; a brown leather jacket will be a neutral choice for them. There will be another post on a black leather jacket in the next post.
This is a good choice for the INFPs who wants to show their easygoingness and/or wants to be more conservative on what they wear. The flowing effect of the skirt gives a very soft touch and brings out the INFPs softer and easygoing side (for the people who finds fashion as a way of self-expression).
Using the ancient studies of Temperaments by Hippocrates and Plato, Kiersey created 4 temperaments by the names of Artisan, Guardian, Idealist and Rational. These temperaments are then further split into two categories containing two individual types. These 16 types are primarily correlated to the MBTI types.
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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INFPs usually dress based on their emotions and how they feel that particular day. Some INFPs like to put in more thought to how they dress, and some are fine with being laid-back (like me). Some dresses to the trends, some don’t. Sometimes, the INFP dresses in a way that they want to portray a message. For example, if they wear darker colours, it is to show that you should avoid them. If they wear brighter colours, it is to show that they are feeling happy. As the “Perceivers”, INFPs would dress more casually with comfort.
*****However, this does not apply to all INFPs, as fashion is a personal choice.*****