Do you relate style and looks to shyness?
If someone is always dressed up and stands out with his/her style. Would you assume they are less shy because they have the confidence to dress different?
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yeah if you aren't confident you will try to wear clothes that make you fit in with everyone else
wearing things that are out of place like if I walked outside wearing a turtle outfit would require a lot more confidence (with a bit of craziness)
What Guys Said 5
Gah. You can be shy and confident. You can be talkative and not confident. The two are not related.
That being said, shy people often don't give a damn about most 'fashion' and wear whatever they want.
Nope. I don't relate the two at all.
I don't know
I never really thought about it. But now that I think about it: When I dressed up for school; I would get more positive feed back from the ladies and plus it looks good when you see the opposite gender dressed nicely. The thing is someone can't dress up with a mean look, bad posture, and generally feel un-confident. The whole thing has to go together. Everything in moderation
Not necessarily. Some shy people dress up purposely so that they will get noticed, and people will approach them.
if someone is always dressed up and stands out with his/her style, he/she's insecure. dressing up = covering up insecurities. x only buys expensive “designer brand” clothes to make herself look like a big shot, but inside she knows she's just a insecure little girl.
What Girls Said 3
no,because I know myself. I wear a lot of crazy clothes (joker crazy,not bikini level coverage crazy) and while I am confident (as in,i'm fine with the way I look,and I don't feel uncomfortable in my body) I am extremely shy. so no.
Yes, I would. Even if they weren't very talkative, I'd still consider them confident.
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