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38. What are you trying to achieve when you dress?

Power. And weather appropriate clothing. Temperature related comfort.

I want to feel good about myself when I walk out the door. This includes multiple factors:

1. I don't want to look like a slob, because then I'll feel like one. So my outfit has to have some effort behind it.
2. Confidence is important, so my outfit has to have the right balance of covering and revealing.
3. There has to be something cool/interesting/unique about my outfit, since it gives me a sense of pride to have come up with that uniqueness.

To feel comfortable through the day. Not too hot or cold, no too weird clothes.

fluidity

feeling confident

Do I feel beautiful? Ready for the full day if I can't change? Is there an obvious element to this that I feel most like myself? Maybe I want to highlight a particular piece. Some noticeable some just for me. Is it a LOOK? I like to pick a decade or for what the occasion is. Cute girl in coffee shop maybe I'll wear a sweater I feel cute and cozy in. Movie date I'll go with slick jeans, boots, a red lip and a bandanna. If it's the summer I have a collection of sweet light weight dresses with keds I feel incredible in. If I catch a glimpse of myself, I want to smile.

Comfort, style and a hidden belly!

Sexy and business

I want to feel free to express myself whyle being comfortable and flashy.

to look good

Confidence within myself

I am trying to show authority for my role, and confidence in my presentation. And I want to look pretty and show that I have a nice figure, but that I am not overtly sexual. I'm your cool kid sister.

Practicality.
Capturing my inner spirit.

Invisibility

A sense of style that says: I know what I'm doing here.

I am trying to achieve control, comfort, and attractiveness. The best version of myself; an outward expression of my inner state.

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