Which 'Girls' Character Raided Your Closet?
1. It’s the weekend (at last!). What are you wearing as you lounge about?
A. Granny panties. It’s the weekend.
B. My fluffy purple bathrobe.
C. Muumuu, silk robe or something I might even wear out later if I feel like it.
D. Yoga pants, sports bra and a fitted cotton scoop neck.
2. You’re heading to a party where you will be dancing. No excuses. What shoes do you wear?
A. Whatever I want. Shoes can be taken off.
B. I have like a million heels. I’m sure one will work for dancing.
C. I don’t know … clogs?
D. I’d pass on stilettos and wear a shoe with a sturdy heel.
3. Dinner with the parents. (Hooray for free meals!) What do you wear to show them you’re a functioning adult on her way to great things?
A. I’d wear a cute new outfit, but save my cutest new outfit for going out.
B. Whatever is clean.
C. Easy. A skirt, blouse and statement necklace that compliments the tasteful earrings my grandmother gave me.
D. My parents taking me out for dinner. Is that supposed to be a joke?
4. Condiments drip from your food onto your shirt (#streetfoodproblems). You:
A. Either go home to quickly change or duck into the nearest clothing store.
B. Reach into your bag to see if you still have that stain remover. You do.
C. Lick it off and hope for the best.
D. Take off your shirt and just wear your bra.
5. If you had to choose between the four, whose style would you love to copy?
A. Zooey Deschanel
B. Kate Moss
C. Victoria Beckham
D. Silvia Plath
6. You’re in the fitting room with these awesome pants. Except the fit isn’t perfect. Your usual reaction is:
A. Buy them. It’s nothing $20 at a tailor can’t solve.
B. Don’t buy them. There are hundreds of other options out there.
C. Buy them. They’re comfortable enough.
D. Don’t buy them. Those jeans you took from an old summer fling are way cooler.
7. What’s your favorite thing to wear?
A. Something fantastic and one of a kind, like a vintage turquoise ring.
B. Something elegant, like a perfectly tailored dress with a pair of stud earrings.
C. Something with meaning or sentiment, like a necklace made from your boyfriend’s tooth.
D. There’s nothing better than wearing new purchases for the first time.
8. You have a job interview. What impression do you want your clothes to give off?
A. I belong here.
B. I’m creative.
C. I’m energetic.
D. You’d be lucky to have me.
Points: 1) a. 0 b. 3 c. 1 d. 2; 2) a. 1 b. 3 c. 0 d. 2; 3) a. 3 b. 0 c. 2 d. 1; 4) a. 3 b. 2 c. 0 d. 1; 5) a. 3 b. 1 c. 2 d. 0; 6) a. 2 b. 3 c. 0 d. 1; 7) a. 1 b. 2 c. 0 d. 3; 8) a. 2 b. 0 c. 3 d. 1
0-6 Hannah -- “The Independent Anti-Try-Hard”-- You march to the beat of your own drum, and anything that gets you away from that I’m-from-the-suburbs-and-moved-to-the-city look is a plus. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t, but whatever, you’re trying. Adults have to wear clothes; you get it, but that doesn’t mean you have to devote your precious time (or dwindling finances) to finding clothes that fit perfectly and separates that go together. And at least your style is an honest reflection of yourself and not some construed, wannabe style you ripped from a magazine. Besides, you’ve got bigger problems (hello: rent!) than matching colors to your skin tone or getting things tailored.
7-12 Jessa -- “The Effortlessly ‘It’ Girl” -- Some may call you a Bohemian babe, but since when have you cared about what others think? Um, never. Your fashion motto: Boring is a stupid waste of your time. The last thing you’re afraid of is texture and you don’t shy away from the big, the bold, the oversized or exotic. And since people can be so disappointing, most of your joie de vivre can be found in your closet. Your clothes express your confidence, “old-soul” wisdom and travels. Chances are you’ve never bought anything trendy or new in your life, and you’ll never have to worry about another person wearing the same feathered cape to a party.
13-18 Marnie -- “The Polished Perfectionist” -- No matter if your heart’s broken or your career compromised, your outfits always provide a put-together look even on a Saturday morning in bed. Paying attention to detail comes naturally to you, and you are well-versed in the use of accessories. While your tastes may get called conservative -- or maybe even boring -- you’re smart enough to know that sophisticated and classic basics are great investments for the future. And just because you don’t dress like a trust fund-depraved millennial doesn’t mean you aren’t hip (see: translucent plastic dress with gold, crocodile under-layer). Plus, you’re sexy (albeit sensible).
19-24 Shoshanna -- “The Girly Girly-Girl” -- I mean, can a girl own too many bows? Not unless fashion has become, like, fash-ism. I mean, you know there are rules and you’re totes on top of the trends, but you’re just too flirty and fun not to push them a little now and then. Sequins and sparkles are staples in your closet and you probably own more accessories than all of your friends combined. Your outfits are cheery and even childish at times, but always come with a touch of maturity and fashion know-how. But most of all, your style is a reminder to those around you of your vibrant and effervescent personality.