Saturday, June 21, 2008

Saturday Morning Silliness

Your result for The Fashion Style Test...

Fashionista

31% Flamboyance, 55% Originality, 63% Deliberateness, 48% Sexiness


[Tasteful Original Deliberate Prissy]



One is certain: you have great taste and plenty of ideas. You have clearly defined beliefs about what's good and what's bad in fashion but they are far from banal. Stylish and imaginative, you prefer to inspire admiration than to shock and you mostly succeed. Even if sometimes you'd like to have more courage to put on something absolutely outrageous you do great job in creating a unique look that others look up to. There is a possibility that you work in the fashion industry. If you don't, perhaps you should.


The opposite style from yours is Bar Cruiser [Flamboyant Conventional Random Sexy].




All the categories: Librarian Sporty Hottie Office Master Uptown Girl/ Boy Brainy Student Movie Star Fashionista Glamorous Soul Fashion Enemy Bar Cruiser Kid Next Door Sex Bomb Hippie Kid Fashion Rebel Fashion Artist Catwalk God(ess)

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4 comments:

kim said...

This quiz couldn't possibly be accurate, because I took it and it says I am also a Fashionista. I've never been into fashion (except to design it), so that seems pretty far-fetched. Oh, I've had a weekend here or there when I got dolled up in my own style -- one where by the end of the weekend the rest of the group was imitating what I was doing, but that was just once. Like a hangover, once in a lifetime is enough.

Lisa Orange said...

Yeah, I'm a Fashionista, too. That is so not possible.

Chalicechick said...

I can't speak for Kim, having only laid eyes on her a couple of times, but Lisa certainly has her own style.

It is weird that I would be called a "Fashionista." A beloved ex-roommate described my style as "spacy smart girl who doesn't pay attention to her clothes."

I've improved somewhat from this assesment, but not much.

In other news, yay, Lisa posted at the Chaliceblog!

CC

PG said...

Mine was spot-on: Librarian. I have Dave Barry's attitude: I wear clothes so I won't be naked. (One reason I don't entirely get lingerie... the goal is for me to be naked, right? Let's get naked!)

I think anyone who thinks of clothing as expressive activity (not in the literal Tshirt sense, but in a more subtle one), yet doesn't dress in an obvious categorizable style, is going to come up as a bit of a Fashionista.