Quiz: What’s Your Holiday Party Style? December 12th, 2011
We’re back again with another personality quiz. With all the great holiday parties coming up, this week’s quiz will tell you what your holiday party style is. And as always, each result will have a corresponding example outfit.
Just take this fun quiz below to find out your holiday party style. If you take the quiz here on the site, the widget will automatically total up your answers for you. If you print the quiz, total up the letters you got and find which one you selected the most. Once you get your answer, find your letter and corresponding result below for a sample outfit based on your personality type.
Quiz: What’s Your Holiday Party Style?
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Quiz Results – No peeking!
Below are the results of the quiz. Don’t look if you haven’t taken it yet! I’ve created one outfit for each result to help give you some ideas for what to wear. Enjoy!
Mostly A’s: Casual Kickback
For a casual holiday party, grab a striped sweater and pair it with a printed winter scarf. Simple jeans and black boots are comfortable and classic additions to the look. Finally, accessorize with some festive bow studs and a chocolate-colored handbag.
Mostly B’s: Formal Affair
For a formal holiday party, start the look off with a cream dress with ruffled details. Once you have this solid base, spice it up with interesting accessories. Blue chandelier earrings, a cocktail ring, and heels are a great addition to the dress. Faux fur is all the rage right now, so get in on this trend by pairing this coat with the look. Finish the look with a silver metallic bag.
Mostly C’s: Rockin’ New Years
Your holiday style is all about the glam. So what better way to embrace this spirit than with a multi-colored, sequined mini dress? To balance out the glitz and glam of the dress, pair it with a classic boyfriend blazer and some opaque tights. Complete the ensemble with a pair of black heels, simple purple studs, and a teal velvet clutch that picks up on the colors in the dress.
Mostly D’s: Ugly Sweater
You have a sense of humor and you enjoy having fun. The next time you have an ugly sweater party to attend, try out a look similar to this. A bow sweater like this is tacky, but somehow still finds a way to be cute — plus it would be an easy DIY project. To amp up the cheese factor, add on some bow accessories like these hoop earrings, and an oversized sequin headband. To complete the look, pair the sweater with some wine-colored pants and some neutral flats.
What do you think?
What was your result? Do you think your result matches your holiday party style? Which one is your favorite outfit? How do you plan on getting dressed up for the holiday season? Please be sure to leave a comment below and let us know what you think!
Are your weeks feeling a little… flat? Nothing soothes the pain of the third consecutive hour of Chem lab or that monotonous summer job like the promise of something better waiting around the bend, so why not get your favorite people together and start a mid-week (or mid-month) tradition?
Here are a few ideas to get you started!
There’s not much reason to try new foods or cook a big meal when you’re dining solo, so talk your favorite people into doing a little weekly (or monthly, if you’re nervous chefs) dinner party. You can each bring something yummy, take turns cooking for each other, or make it a group activity where you all mess up the kitchen together.
Lucky for you, I’ve got some great ideas about starting a dinner club (and ideas to spice it up!).
…and a Movie
If dinner’s not your thing, why not start up a weekly movie night? It’s a great low-key activity, so you can invite anyone (handy if you’re looking for a reason to sit cozily next to your crush without being too obvious!) and you can take turns choosing the week’s film so you get a good taste of new genres, or stick to a theme like classic black and whites, the “Brat Pack” 80’s movies, or a marathon of James Bonds.
The NY Times list of the Best 1,000 Movies can help you start your list!
Love books but hate textbooks? Starting up a casual book club is a fun way to make sure you fit some non-required reading into your schedule, and its kind of nice to share your opinion–good or bad–without being graded on it. Just be sure there are some comfy chairs and snacks involved.
Share your favorites and your to-read list on Goodreads and find something you can all get into!
Need something even easier to plan? Just get together to watch your favorite show. Pop some popcorn, secure the remote from your roomie, and enjoy the latest episode of The Voice.
Don’t worry if you missed last week’s episode, Television Without Pity can catch you up with funny, snarky reviews.
Still looking for more? Catch up on my previous suggestions for fun & easy get-togethers (for guys and girls), or come up with something on your own. Your mini-party can be anything from building a (legal!!) bonfire to working out en masse–just make it social, and make it fun!