I usually just wear something that is comfortable, e.g. jeans and a t-shirt. I would even wear flip-flops to work if the weather permits it. However, when I have some official business I like to dress in a more formal manner. Regarding the latter, I feel more confident in a suit when I'm giving an official work-related presentation.
Honestly, i like to think of my personal style as simple, yet edgy. Of course I try to dress appropriately for whatever situation I'm in, but I always try to at least have hints of it throughout my wardrobe.
I have to look nice for my job, so I 'dress up' every day. So appearance is important to me, but I also love to dress casually on my days off. I don't want to look shabby or sloppy, but stylish and beautiful isn't a priority.
I'm completely comfortable and confident going into public in no makeup and casual clothing, but I really do enjoy the process of getting ready and looking nice. It's just a relaxing thing in the morning that is nice but I am alright to do without.
i love wearing cute and elegant clothes! pastel colors and skirts and lots of little bows and stars and stuff. i make it more or less casual depending on the occasion! it's kind of a personal commitment, it makes me feel more at ease plus i love seeing people's reactions, especially little girls on the street
I'm a big girl so sometimes I really don't feel comfortable in any of my clothes that I have. It's an issue that I try to overcome bit by bit Instead of thinking "This makes me look ugly/weird/fat." I try to just put on the clothes that I had planned to wear. Because I love to imagine different outfits for myself Negativity sometimes strikes me down so bad that instead of this shirt I put on that other baggy shirt, which is more familiar to me and know is comfy
As long as it is comfortable, both physically and mentally, and is appropriate for the situation. Other than those two criteria I do not care about what I am wearing. Also, being able to wash ALL of my clothes in a single load of laundry helps minimize the process.
I could care less about what a person looks like. What matters to me is their mind. It's important to dress for the occasion, of course, when you're going to work or weddings or that sort of thing. But for general dressing, I don't think there's any problem with dressing however you're comfortable. The outer appearance is just a shell. What's really attractive is the soul of the person, and the outside can only tell you so much about that.
I don't care what others think anymore. But my style is just whatever I like. Mostly black clothing though because why not. I guess most would say I have a punk-ish style (specially when I actually do dress up).
If I'm going to be home, lounging all day, or even going out only to get a coffee, I may not invest a lot of time and effort other than to comb my hair. Same is true for If I'm running a quick errand after mowing the lawn or some hideous errand. But going out in public? I'll shave, make sure my jeans don't have holes, and so on.
I care a lot about my appearance , but not how you'd think. I try to look colourful and casual , without being in pajamas. most people say i look like a cartoon character , which works because I've been told i act like one too :y
I don't really care what other people think about my appearance. That being said, I'm not going to go walking around in pajamas or without a shirt. I'm just not afraid to wear that skirt I bought in Burundi in public, or a simple T-shirt with the triforce on it.
It is important for me, because looking good adds some confidence points. Also, It's easier to shift your emotional state or adapt to certain places with different looks...or even express your opinions sometimes. Style is some sort of a psychological alchemy for me... Dress the certain way to achieve certain response. My style is a weird mix of classical, ethnic and retro (mainly 30's-50's), and amount of each style in the look really depends on the occasion. Sometimes it's more retro, sometimes it's a mix of office clothes with ethnic motives e.t.c.
Just mix classical dressy style with some unusual elements, do it in autumn colour palette and this is how you get my style.
Meeh..... Almost ALL my clothes are simple and black.... Some days, that's just what I'll wear, other days I can spend like 5 minutes finding out which collar, gloves and tail I'll put one - but it doesn't really matter to me that much!
I think I am a mix of a nerd with what people call Hipsters... Even If I feel like none of them. but yeah, I completely have my own style and it's kind of important to me to look maybe not good but decent...
I chose the very important button. However it's not for that reason, because "I wanna be stylish and always look beautiful." It's because I am very insecure and I greatly care about what others think and how much/who is judging me, so I always try to look my best.
I don't really have a simple one-word aesthetic. You could call it depressed druggie band-whore? Black shirts, skinny jeans, varying kinds of sneakers and flip-flops in the summer... eye make-up that sinks into the bags of my eyes, and all.
I don't want to say it is very important, but I enjoy going half-cosplay as nobody special, but the clothes are very... unusual. Before I went in hoodies that were too large, jeans and sneakers. I looked really petit and young. Now, imagine a 157cm short girl. Then, dress her in some nice dark grey jeans, a proper dress shirt, a black waistcoat with a subtle floral pattern and a bowtie. Also, black boots. I enjoy going out like that to buy candy. Bowties are cool.
I'm not sure if this really counts as a style. I absolutely hate girly clothes so I shop for my shirts in the men's isle. I don't really have a style in mind when I shop so I just get whatever I like. This usually ends up being either unmarked t-shirts or printed t-shirts.
I like to look good in my own eyes, most of the time. I'm not afraid of my friends seeing me at my most unattractive (aka after pulling an all-nighter and not showering), but I like to have clean hair and comfortable but attractive blouses and nice jeans if I have any that are clean. I only really dress up for special occasions and church, otherwise I go without makeup or dresses. I do sometimes wear comfortable skirts, but I only have a few so I don't wear them often.
Oh, I tend to not care. I definitely don't care enough according to some people. My style is functional/practical. This applies to art as well as to clothing. The only difference is that my art has yet to reach every aspect of its function.
Most days I just wear what's comfortable, so for me that means a lot of jeans and t-shirts (plus a slightly oversized hoodie if it's a bit chilly), or if the weather's warm a pair of cargo shorts and a tank. And even then, on days where I don't get out of the house at all I often won't even change out of my pjs.
Though if I'm heading out to an event with some degree of formality or going to work, I will actually put an outfit together and fix my hair somehow that takes more than three seconds to do. Basically, if it would behoove me to tidy up a bit I will, but on the whole I really don't fuss about my appearance.
I said very important. Honestly I don't really mind whether or not I'm 'beautiful' like the poll says, but it's very important to me that I'm presenting myself honestly. I want people to look at me and see someone artistic who cares little for formality. If I wore a suit and tie I'd be lying to myself and everyone I meet.
If i overdress, even though i like it, it is often unpractical and you get... uncomfortable attention. so usually i dress casuall and don't stat crying when my hair looks lightly wild and don't wear makeup, mabe 4 times a year. sometimes i dress up to the full beauty, classy or sexy or cute, i like to dress like that but i don't like the attention
honestly i always try hard to dress really well it doesn't matter if i am even leaving the house i feel like what i am wearing is really important cause it portrays me in a way i wanna be seen, sorta helps with gender expression and all
i sort of dress in a punk/grunge/poppy way??? like idk what my style even is sometimes my outfits are COOL and then sometimes i completely regret them
I'm firmly in that last category. For the past 6 or so years I've had long-ish hair and a pretty scruffy beard not because I liked either of the two, but because I just didn't care and couldn't be bothered to have anything done to them. I've started keeping the beard neatly trimmed in the last year or so just for the sake of less itchiness, and I finally gave in to the demands of the hot weather and got a haircut a couple weeks ago (and started trimming my beard even shorter to match). Turns out I clean up pretty well.
But my wardrobe is solely tshirts and bluejeans/cargopants, and I don't have any plans to do anything about my weight unless it becomes a health issue. My life is comfortable and enjoyable, and I don't need to go changing that for the sake of looks, because they frankly don't matter to me.
I like to look presentable... unless I'm staying at home then i don't even get out of my Pj's (Always mismatched even if i have a matching pair)
When i do go out i dig through my closet and throw on anything i and grab that matches... funny thing is my closest is filled with so many styles (20's style dresses, late 60's to early 70's shirts and pants, modern graphic tees, 80's shirts and pants, late 90's skirts, handmade stuff, ect...) Its fun to see what i can throw together each day XD
Socks always mismatched
Hair is usually down, in a ponytail, or i put on a headband (I can't braid my own hair T-T)
...and lets not get into shoes and accessories :-P
I like to look my best, but I don't put too much priority into it. I'd much rather be feeling my best, so I usually try to choose clothes that I can wear comfortably that still fit a style I like. Usually this means jeans and a solid color shirt, as I have an entire rainbow of solid color shirts and enough jeans to build a decent sail.
I come from a family of models, so I guess I've been raised to always be fashionable. (Even if it means wearing lipstick in the house... but I don't go to that extreme lol.) My style is pretty mod, but I'll wear anything that suits my body type.