I found this quiz on Harper’s Bazaar and thought it was rather interesting. What is your style?
1) Your hemline philosophy most matches the following:
a) Show your legs in your 20’s and as you approach your 40’s and beyond, stay safely at the knee or below.
b) I follow fashion first and just as hemlines rise and fall on the runways, so do my skirt lengths.
c) The shorter the better—I consider anything else frumpy.
2) Thigh-high boots are:
a) Cool for a twentysomething’s night out, chic with jeans in your 30’s and stored away come forty.
b) If Céline does a pair all is fair game.
c) A boot collection staple.
3) A pantsuit suit is:
a) Old-fashioned in your 20’s, but has a growing style appeal as time goes on.
b) Slouchy and louche in silhouette this season.
c) Not in my sartorial vocabulary.
4) Your closet’s color theory would best be described as:
a) 60/40 color and neutrals post-college and 30/70 color and neutrals by the time you are forty.
b) Graphic impact with a touch of the season’s hottest hue.
5) Crop tops and shorts are:
a) A do till you are 35, then a firm don’t.
b) Spring season considerations, especially leather iterations of the top and wide-leg culottes.
c) Spring season must-haves.
6) The red carpet trend of sheer skirts has you:
a) Reaching for tights—no matter your age.
b) Bowing down to Givenchy’s haute bohemian floral version.
c) Dusting off your collection with pride.
7) Your reaction to the recent ushering of sneakers as a fashion shoe:
a) The right pair can look fabulous at any age.
b) If Chanel can show sneakers with couture, I’m in.
c) High-tops are always a weekend staple.
8) How do you feel about pearls?
a) The modern day options look so cool and fresh, but a singular strand is something to wear for a lifetime.
b) Delfina Delettrez’s singular pearl earring is on my wishlist.
c) Something my grandmother would wear.
9) How often do you purge your closet?
a) Every couple of years I remove pieces that feel like the younger version of myself to make room for more sophisticated takes.
b) Every season, naturally.
c) Never, I will wear what I love for a lifetime.
10) The style icon that has dressing for her age down is:
a) Julianne Moore, she has evolved her style with perfection.
b) Gwyneth Paltrow, she is always wearing the next hot trend.
c) The fearless Naomi Campbell always looks fierce.
Mostly A’s: You are Age Appropriate—Always
You approach dressing with a thoughtful perspective. You always tow the line of cool, but look perfectly put-together.
Mostly B’s: Fashion Rules Your Age Game
For the love of fashion, as the saying goes, is your philosophy on being fabulous at every age.
Mostly C’s: Age Ain’t Nothing But a Number
You wear what you love no matter what decade of life you are enjoying. Fashion is supposed to be fun, after all.