As I mentioned in the The Elusive Fashion Habits of the INTJ Female, Part 3, INTJs find style references helpful on occasion. While the INTJ female may have some intuitive knowledge about fashion and styling, intuition tends to guide our quirky fashion sense rather than our occasion appropriate, or blend-in uniform
Everyone in the fashion world is talking about former supermodel, Lauren Hutton’s, return to the catwalk as part of the lineup for Bottega Veneta’s 50th Anniversary Show. While I can appreciate the cool factor of having the venerable Ms. Hutton, who, at 72, seems to have only grown more beautiful;
The official first day of fall is just a few days away. Many are already hard at work hitting the books and missing the lazy days of summer. The same is true for me, too. While I’m not currently a student, I’ve recently spent a lot of time getting educated
It’s New York Fashion Week. I’ve been scouring the runway shows for some of the best looks in INTJ fashion. INTJs are very specific in their fashion tastes. We love dark, quirky, individualistic fashion that speaks to our rich inner worlds. Far too often, fashion designers focus on the quirk
Today’s look gets me right in my secret INTJ heart. Black, flowy, comfortable, quirky, cool, and dangerous. For me, the look represents my inner persona captured to perfection. If I could wear clothes like this every day, I would. Instead, I’m one of the INTJs who dresses to social context;
Today’s ASPIRE look represents something that is near and dear to me. As an INTJ and dominate introverted intuition user, expressing my creative inner life can be difficult. Because I am an introvert, and my dominant function is also introverted, I interact with the world through my extroverted thinking function.