We know that clothes and fashion are affected by both our personalities and how we feel. So for a bit of fun we decided to put together a little quiz on Facebook to find out ‘what your clothes say about you’ or your clothes personality.
You can try out our Online Fashion App for Facebook here
Please share with your friends, it would be great to see what kind of a mix of fashion personalities there are out there and get people thinking about the clothes that they buy and what they say about them.
A word of warning though, this quiz is not meant to be taken seriously, it’s just a bit of fun, no?
on a more serious note ! we would love to get everyone thinking a little more about what they buy. Here are some of our top feelgood fashion tips.
Making your own clothes, upcycling, bagging a unique fashion dress by an ethical brand, mixing and matching vintage and second hand items into your wardrobe are all great alternatives to fast fashion. Just be careful that your desire to create new outfits doesn’t lead to excessive consumption. Try being creative what what you have already got.
Building a wardrobe full of timeless and classic pieces that will never go out of fashion and will last for ages is a great way to ensure that you are not overconsuming. Investing in high quality basics is a great way to give your wardrobe longevity. Try looking out for online fashion in sustainable fabrics like bamboo, Tencel and organic cotton which not only look great but will also feel amazing to wear.
Whilst it is important to you to keep up with the latest trends, you don’t have to revamp your wardrobe every season to keep your look fresh. Try buying basic pieces in styles that are slightly longer lasting and using accessories to update this basic look. You could also try recycling old trends as there are plenty that just keep on coming around again and again, leopard print , stripes and dots anyone?
Generally as long as you take the ‘less is more’ approach and ‘quality over quantity’, the Frugalista will have quite a low impact on the planet than most of the other fashion personalities. Shopping charity shops instead of the sales rails in fast fashion chains is definitely the best way to ensure a high quality wardrobe on a tight budget, leaving you some cash to have some fun.
Your love of designer fashion means that you tend to choose quality over quantity is a more sustainable way to shop. But just because you are paying more for your clothes, it does not mean that they have been made ethically. Check out the credentials of individual designers if you want to be sure that your fashion is feel good. Why not check out forward thinking online fashion designers and labels like EDUN, Henrietta Ludgate, Ada Zanditon, Partimi and Giulia Rian à Mettre. You could also designer dresses for hire if you need something for a special occasion or big event.
Have you taken the online fashion quiz? what does your fashion say about you?
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