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What your clothes say about your personality

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Tell me what you wear and I’ll tell you who you are

When carefully choosing your clothes in the morning, are you trying at all costs to maintain your personal style, or going no further than trying to cover yourself? In both cases, your clothes reveal something about who you are. Here are a few examples.

1/ You wear loose, large fitting clothes

You have kept on to your childlike soul and you still feel young at heart. Although you are an optimist, you may also have body complexes (maybe you developed early), and have the tendency to try to mask your body and hide the parts you don’t like. Keep in mind all the same that clothes that are too big and baggy only make you look bigger…..

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2/ You wear very fashionable clothes

You may lack a little confidence, and you are easily influenced. You couldn’t possibly bring yourself to wear last season’s collection, even to go and play football! Love yourself for who you are, and let go of the fashionista hiding behind her enormous sunglasses!

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3/ You wear bright colours or colourful prints and patterns

A strong character, you know what you want, and you are a big optimist. You welcome life with open arms. You live life to the full, you know how to have fun and how to surround yourself with good friends to enjoy it.

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4/ You wear basic, comfortable clothes

You lack confidence and can sometimes let others walk all over you. Your personality is kind and gentle, you’re a bit of a home bird and you hate conflict. You prefer comfortable, practical clothes to high fashion alternatives.

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5/ You wear clothes you have customised yourself

You’re open minded, creatistic and have an artistic spirit. Your good humour and limitless imagination are the qualities your friends love about you, and people seek out your company and admire your originality.

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