ENTJ The Polished Leader
Sigourney Weaver/Jim Carrey
If any MBTI persona invented business attire, it was an ENTJ.
The ENTJ loves anything that asserts their high maintenance, vanity and plans for world domination.
This usually includes a fair amount of tailoring and anything with a pricey designer label. ENTJs don’t just build a wardrobe; they plot one.
Even the purchase of jeans are a very serious matter for ENTJs, as they spend 90% of their free time at the gym and need the best boot-cut to show their toned Gluteus Maximus.
It is likely that when you see a well dressed ENTJ you will feel fear and a sense of admiration concurrently, which is exactly what they had intended (INTJs have similar agendas).
INTJ The Minimalist
Lance Armstrong/Michelle Obama
INTJs have a great understanding of architecture in fashion. They have unerring eyes for the fit and proportion a garment of clothing should have and insist on looking “correct”.
If it is not flattering, it is not an investment, and if it is not an investment, it makes no sense to purchase and will be disregarded on the clothing rack; also they do not compromise either with their choice in retailers or the quality of their fabrics.
INTJs enjoy simplicity and therefore disregard most accessories and frivolities (as robots they are also often confused by them).
The end result is a rather refined yet intriguing style that adds to their quiet confidence and allure.
In their downtime the INTJ’s geekier persona takes precedence and they are often found in chucks, khakis, and other traditionally geeky apparel.
INTP The Eccentric
Mary-Kate Olsen/Paul Walker
Some INTPs manage to dress remarkably well considering how oblivious they are to the world they live in. Being think-outside-the-box types, INTPs
usually dress with a lot of individuality and style, if they remember to clothe themselves at all. As their environment rarely penetrates their extensive wavelengths of thought, it is not surprising that INTPs can often go days without changing their clothes and are often mistaken for hobos upon emerging from their basements.
Luckily many INTPs have loved ones that can remind them when to rotate shirts and they manage to clean up quite nicely when required.
ENTP The Aloof
Kirsten Dunst/Guy Ritchie
ENTPs enjoy clothing for the purposes of manipulating people’s perspectives of themselves, luring the opposite sex, and showing how revolutionary they consider themselves to be (not caring about the latest trends is considered an act of rebellion amongst ENTPs).
Most of the time, however, ENTPs see no other purpose in clothing aside from providing bodily warmth, which makes utility their priority in clothing selection.
For this reason most ENTP females are tomboys and most ENTP males are dressed by their wives.
Fun fact: ENTPs love pockets.