Movies influence style inspiration, no doubt, but do you ever wonder what the character’s style is saying about their fashion personality? Take a look at some common fashion personality types to see which character is playing you.
The Unpretentious Type
You definitely don’t care about what others think about you and you don’t take yourself too seriously when it comes to fashion. As if you didn’t have an impossible boss to please and moral standards to uphold, deciding to play the part is what has you in shambles here. Do the clothes make the person or does the person make the clothes? This is for you to decide.
The character that best describes you is Andy Sachs in The Devil Wears Prada.
The Dramatic Type
Just as ostentatious as the title of this type suggests are you about being admired for the time you’ve invested on your fashion execution. Good taste can be awarded by designer logos and your self-esteem can easily be boosted by visiting any designer store that you deem worthy.
The character that best describes you is Rebecca Bloomwood in Confessions of a Shopaholic.
The Mood Type
If you are going to make it as a New York socialite in the 60’s you know that Givenchy’s version of the Little Black Dress will get you there. You know that every occasion demands its own outfit and above all you know and understand your body type, which serves as your main template.
The character that best describes you is Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
The Timeless Romantic Type
Dainty and feminine are the two words that best describe your fashion style. Adorned by floral prints and open to experimenting with ruffles and anything vintage, you certainly establish yourself as the epitome of nostalgia.
The character that best describes you is Summer Finn in Days of Summer.
You know that adopting risky and fearless behavior in fashion is what separates the leaders from the followers. In order to remain fashion-forward you are always at the top of your game by constantly changing and experimenting with your look.
The character that best describes you is Annie Hall in Annie Hall.
Perspective by Amanda Holst