Personality types can be divided into five unique styles: classic, creative, dramatic, natural and romantic. To determine where you lie, read the descriptions below and take a tour in your closet. Can you see any trends in your purchases? Which category do they fit into?
You may find your style personality falls into several different types. You are a unique individual with a diverse lifestyle. Your style personality will reflect this and may change depending on the environment. For example, your style for work may differ from your style for play. Further, you may find your style has changed as you aged, as you changed careers, or as you altered your lifestyle in some other way (e.g. by having children). Determining your preferences will help you narrow in on the person you are and who you want to be, so you are better able to dress for yourself. Now that’s a beautiful thing!
This style is traditional, elegant, and timeless, with items in tailored cuts. You may find an abundance of structured suits, jackets, pencil skirts and trousers in your closet, in classic colours like black, cream, brown, beige. Fabrics such as light wools, fine cotton, and silks make up the majority of your wardrobe and are easily mixed and matched. Accessories are made of traditional materials like gold, silver, and pearls, with simple designs. You choose a timeless hairstyle, accompanied by a safe and predictable makeup routine. Quality is valued over quantity and investment buying is preferred. Your style is best described as “understated,” “refined,” and “sophisticated.”
This style values uniqueness and trend-setting above all else. Interested in runway looks, but always adding a twist, you combine interesting colours, textures, and themes into your outfits. You may find unusual silhouettes in your closet, with garments from a collection of different decades. Fabrics are glittered or shined, with exotic or geometric prints. With this style, you aim to stand out, as the dressing is considered a true art form. Jewelry is bold, costumed, and eye-catching. Your hairstyle is often long and curled, or short and dramatic, which is combined with an experimental and ever-changing makeup routine. Your style is best described as “eclectic,” “unpredictable,” and “one-of-a-kind.”
This style always makes an entrance, with garments that have that “wow” factor. You often put practicality second to looking good, preferring to over-dress for an occasion rather than under-dress. Your closet is full of impulse buys, in dramatic colours and animal prints. Accessories are daring, to make an impression. Playing with different looks and reinventing oneself is considered fun. Perfectly coiffed hair is matched with a red lip, smoky eye, and luscious lashes. Your style is best described as “glamourous,” “feminine,” and “bold.”
This style is based on comfort and casual styling. You may find your work and play wear overlap, with garments in your closet made primarily in denim, stretch knits, khaki, and tweed. Jewelry is often in earth tones and natural materials such as wood, shells, and stones. When possible, loose-fitting clothes are chosen that don’t limit movement. Makeup and hair styling is minimal, as you are bored by lengthy beauty routines. For footwear, flat shoes and boots are preferred, choosing a kitten heel over a stiletto for fancier occasions. Your style is best described as “easy,” “relaxed,” and “no-fuss.”
This style is feminine, luxurious and all about the details such as ruffles, bows, and frills. You may find floral, pastel and detailed pieces in your closet made of cashmere, silk, lace or tulle. Delicate and dainty jewelry is preferred, from simple to elaborate pieces. Makeup is kept subtle, with an emphasis on the eyes. For footwear, the choice is often kitten heels, peep-toe pumps, ballerina flats, or Mary-Janes. Your style can be best described as “girlie,” “figure-enhancing,” and “delicate.”
Once you know where you fall, embrace it. Dress for yourself and no one else. Pinterest can be a great source of outfit inspiration for different style personalities.
Have you taken the challenge? Where do you fit? Let us know in the comments below.