Our personal sense of style is a major part of our social identities. The way we dress sets us apart and gives strangers a teensy glimpse of who we are. Over the decades, many of us have embraced a sense of distinctiveness due to the introduction and rise of some extraordinary styles, whether it is glamorous, peculiar, or rebellious. Think you can guess them all? Play this quiz and see for yourself!
Kate Libby. Juno. Amanda Lemmon. Which style defines these fictional characters?
Vivienne Westwood brought this style into the mainstream in the 70s
Motorcycle jackets and disco pants. Need we say more?
Heavily influenced by the free-spirited hippie fashion
This style is about morbid, dark tones inspired by punk and Victorian fashion
Eccentric yet creative, this style is known for its bright colors and prints
This style encourages dressing down a bit while maintaining a professional look
Popularized in the 90s, it was inspired by bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam
Slay gender stereotypes with this style
This Japanese style is influenced by Edwardian and Victorian children’s clothing
Nas. Jay-Z. Eminem. We think you know which street style these musicians rock!
This style consists of clothing that is 20 to 100 years old
Prestigious Northeastern schools are credited with the creation of this style
Lady Gaga, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Cher are all famous for nailing this style!
This country style is masculine, edgy, and feminine all at once
Effortlessly sweet, feminine, and laidback.
This style evolved from the streets and not from runway fashion
This style has everything to do with the “Feel Good” decade
This style encourages you to borrow it from the boys!
One of its greatest creations is the super comfy phat pants
This style is all about camouflage prints and cargos
Whether you work out or not, this activewear style is meant for everyone
Originated in the 1920s, this style cleverly combines masculine and feminine styles.
With its origins in Japan, this style is known for excessive cuteness
Printed tees. Nerdy glasses. It’s all about an individual sense of fashion
Smart and elegant, a style Audrey Hepburn was all about!