Will You Choose Comfort or Style, Based on Your Personality Type
Some people prefer comfort when it comes to their clothing or general lifestyle, while others prefer to be a bit more stylish even if it isn’t the most comfortable. Here is whether you will choose comfort or style, based on your personality type.
INFJs tend to have a very personal sense of style, but it often incorporates comfort as well. For the INFJ anything that is too binding or awkward fitting will make them feel truly uneasy. They can become bothered by anything irritating them in this way, and so they really prefer clothing that is more comfortable. INFJs have a specific style but they try to express this while still maintain a sense of comfort in what they wear and in their general decorating. When it comes to things like furniture the INFJ would definitely choose the more comfortable items, since this is where they live and want to be at ease.
ENFJs often value style quite a bit, but at the same time they want to be comfortable. For them it is important to incorporate their personal style into things, while still maintaining their comfort. They often have a lot going on and many things they need to take care of in a day, so being bound up and uncomfortable isn’t something the ENFJ wants. At the same time they care about how others perceive them and want to look nice for their loved ones. ENFJs do their best to be as comfortable as they can, while still looking nice as well.
INFPs are much more drawn to comfort over style, and rarely care much how others perceive them. They definitely want their personal style to shine through, but that doesn’t require feeling uncomfortable in their clothing or their home décor. For the INFP it is important to be at ease in what they are wearing, but still having enough personal flair to express themselves. They won’t simply wear something because it is trendy, especially if they find it awkward and uncomfortable.
ENFPs care about looking nice, but at the same time they don’t like feeling uncomfortable. When they are younger the ENFP might be worried about how others see them, so they occasionally find themselves choosing trends and style over comfort. When the ENFP becomes more at ease with themselves and confident in who they are, they start to prefer comforting things over what is perceived as stylish to others. They do want their personal style to shine through and still want to look nice, but they won’t forgo their comfort for this.
INTJs often believe in being comfortable, but at the same time they are efficient people who prefer to maintain a certain image in the workplace. They do this because they know it will help them move forward, and so in these situations they might find themselves in clothing that has been chosen for them because it is stylish and appropriate. Most of the time INTJs prefer comfort though, especially when they are in their own homes.
ENTJs are efficient people who believe in doing whatever it takes to move forward and progress in the workplace. Sometimes this means choosing style over comfort, and so they will do this when the situation calls for. Ideally they prefer to be comfortable as well as stylish, but in certain settings they will choose whatever is fitting. When they need to be a bit more stylish in order to get what they want, the ENTJ will pass on comfort.
INTPs have a very personal sense of style which they enjoy being able to display, but they often prefer to be comfortable as well. INTPs don’t like anything that binds them up or feels too rigid, and rarely do they enjoy being in an uncomfortable outfit or surrounding. INTPs do enjoy being stylish more than people realize, and often have a good idea of certain trends. At the same time they don’t want to constantly feel uncomfortable, and can become annoyed with anything over the top.
ENTPs do have their own sense of style, and sometimes they enjoy trying to be trendier. At the same time they don’t like feeling constantly uncomfortable just for the sake of their appearance. For the ENTP it is best to choose things that they enjoy, but still feel like themselves in. They don’t like having to constantly keep up with trends even if those trends make them feel completely out of character. ENTPs often go between feelings stylish and preferring comfort, depending on their surroundings or situations.
ISTJs often believe that style is important when it comes to certain situations, especially with being appropriate at work. They want to be clear that they are a focused person who is serious about their job. This desire to be viewed a certain way in the workplace, causes the ISTJ to choose style over comfort. When it comes to being in their own home, the ISTJ would definitely prefer being comfortable instead of being stylish. For them it is also different if they are entertaining guests, or simply spending a relaxing night with their family.
ESTJs often choose style over comfort when the setting calls for them to be more appropriate. When they are in the workplace or entertaining guests, they want to look their best. ESTJs do believe that the image they portray is important, mostly because they want to progress in their lives and don’t like letting certain mistakes hold them back. They do prefer comfort when they are alone or with family, just relaxing in their home.
ISFJs will often choose style over comfort, especially when they are in social situations. They want to look their best and believe this is important even around their loved ones. ISFJs don’t want people to see them as messy or lazy, and because of this their sense of style is often important to them. For the ISFJ it is about taking the time to look nice for others, and this shows that they actually care. When they are alone in their homes ISFJs obviously prefer comfort, but they do believe in still looking nice for their loved ones.
ESFJs will often choose style over comfort, especially if they are around people who have high expectations. They want to look nice and often strive for a sense of perfection in everything they do. This desire to look nice for others causes the ESFJ to choose style over comfort often, especially when it comes to someone they deeply want to impress. As the ESFJ gets older and has more family responsibilities, keeping up with this can be difficult since deep down they might prefer comfort.
ISTPs often choose style but at the same time they enjoy being comfortable. For the ISTP it depends on the situation and their current mood. If they feel like dressing up a certain way and fitting into their personal style, they will forgo comfort for that situation. For the ISTP it is about what they want and how they want to express themselves to others. There are some days when they prefer comfort and they aren’t afraid of how others will see them during those times.
ESTPs prefer to be stylish, but they if they are in a hurry or distracted they will ultimately choose comfort. They are happiest when they can look nice to others and feel completely stylish. ESTPs often care about their image and how others perceive them, and so they often strive to choose style over comfort. There are simply days when the ESTP is feeling rushed or overwhelmed, and so comfort with have to come first.
ISFPs will choose either comfort or style, depending on their current mood. If they feel a bit overwhelmed by the day and just want to be comfortable, then they aren’t afraid of prioritizing their feelings in this way. Most of the time though, the ISFP does enjoy looking nice and feeling a bit trendy. They are drawn to aesthetics and so for them having a strong sense of personal style is truly rewarding and enjoyable.
ESFPs often prefer style over comfort, since they care how they are perceived to others. ESFPs also enjoy feeling nice in what they wear and do, and so style is truly important to them. They are often very trendy people, and sometimes being a trendsetter means wearing something that isn’t all that comfortable but looks really fantastic. For the ESFPs it is often rewarding to look nice around others, even if that means pinched feet or uncomfortable clothing.
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