Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Which City Best Represents Your Style?

Quiz: Which City Best Represents Your Style?

Just take the fun quiz below to find out which city best represents your personal style. If you take the quiz here on the site, the widget will automatically total up your answers for you. If you print the quiz, total up the letters you got and find which one you selected the most. Once you get your answer, find your letter and corresponding result below for a sample outfit based on your personality type.

Quiz: Which City Best Represents Your Style?

Mostly A’s: Los Angeles

Typical LA fashion draws inspiration from hipster, rocker, and bohemian trends, combining them with today’s styles for a look that’s both laid-back and fashion-forward.
Because of the hot summers, as well as LA fashion’s casual feel, denim cutoffs and neutral sandals are wardrobe staples here in Southern California. I love pairing these basics with a sleeveless button-up top and a snakeskin belt, like those seen above. To complete the look, accessorize with a straw fedora and some feather-inspired earrings. (The feather hair trend is HUGE at my school right now, and earrings are a non-committal way to try the look.) Finish with some fun red sunglasses to give the outfit a pop of color as well as the playful feel associated with the LA lifestyle.

Mostly B’s: New York City

New York City is another trendsetting city, known as a world “fashion capital”. While the city’s diverse population draws inspiration from many different styles, the city has an edgy, gritty vibe that always makes me think of an updated rocker aesthetic.
This printed romper is perfect for the hot NYC summers. Add extra pizazz with a cool statement necklace like the one above. A small cross-body bag with chain detailing is perfect for storing away your essentials while running around the city, and flat moto boots allow you to do so comfortably. Finally, add on a pair of retro-inspired sunglasses to complete your ensemble.

Mostly C’s: Paris

Paris is another city known for its fashion sense, specifically for pieces that are feminine, elegant, and timeless. As the home of Chanel, Dior, and Yves Saint Laurent (just to name a few), these key elements of Parisian fashion should not be too surprising.
Getting a Parisian-inspired look is so easy. There is nothing more classic than a blazer, however one that is blush colored is a refreshing and fun way to update the look for summer. Pair it with a crisp white, ruffled blouse and a simple black, A-line skirt. Pretty accessories such as a small black cross body bag with a pretty bow, blush colored ballet flats, and timeless shades add to the simple and classic look that has made Parisian fashion famous.

Mostly D’s: Tokyo

Over the past few decades, Tokyo style (known for its loud pairings of patterns, colors and unique accessories) has made a name for itself in the fashion world.
Start your Tokyo-inspired look with a funky top; this one, with stripes that face different directions, makes it easy to get the mixed prints feel. A black blazer and gray wedges help balance out the casual feel of denim cutoffs. To finish the look, it is important to incorporate standout accessories. Unique brooches like the ones seen above can be worn on the lapel of the blazer to give your look a one-of-a-kind flair. Tokyo fashion is also famous for incorporating unique legwear, and these gray ombre tights are just that. Bows are another popular trend in Tokyo streetwear, so this red polka-dot hair clip represents the cherry on top of this Tokyo-inspired outfit.

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