I have a confession. I don’t actually buy most of my clothes. If you’ve read the Elusive Fashion Habits series, then you’ll know that shopping can be hard for an INTJ. Truthfully, if it were left up to me, I probably wouldn’t have many clothes at all (unless I could
Through interactions I’ve had on this blog, as well as some snooping around fellow INTJ’s Pinterest boards, I’ve noticed that a lot of INTJ girls are drawn to period/vintage clothing. I don’t know for sure why this is the case. If I were to speculate, I think that the concrete nature of the past
I love a good stripe pattern. I’m not sure how other INTJs feel about patterns on clothing, but for this INTJ, stripes help me break away from my tendency to buy black and only black. It’s still a black line, right? Notice how the shirt has thin lines and the
Previously, I shared Part One of my INTJ Paradox Aspire look. If you missed it, be sure to check it out here! Today I’m sharing the look that represents the “Angel” window dressing to my “dangerous” INTJ cognition. INTJ females, in particular, tend to have an aura of danger around them.
Paradox 1: About that Victorian Vamp Life This week, I’m sharing two ASPIRE looks. The two looks symbolize the paradoxical nature of certain MBTI types. If you’ve been in the MBTI community long enough, you’ll have seen posts about type contradictions or paradoxes. The two most common INTJ paradoxes that I’ve seen