What Was Your Past Life's Fashion Style?

Was your closet full of corsets? Or were you more of a mini skirt girl?

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Created By Witlee
On Mar 29, 2017

What's your current sense of style?

Are you high-maintenance?

Are your clothes classic or modern?

Do you choose comfort or style?

What's your interpretation of a little black dress?

Do you prefer the indoors or outdoors?

Which fashion/beauty item couldn't you live without?

Pick a designer:

Pick a hair accessory:

Pick a lipstick color:

Baroque

Baroque

Baroque is a period that emphasized splendor and elegance. Extreme extravagance is its trademark. The body was tightly corseted to exaggerate a high-waisted silhouette. Lace, heavy material, ribbons and detailed patterns produced grandeur. Your fashion strongly affected future fashions for decades - a real trendsetter!
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1920's

1920's

The 1920's was the decade in which fashion entered the modern era. It's trademark was glamor. They exchanged constricting fashion for comfortable clothes; short skirts, floaty material, and pants. The most memorable fashion trend is the 'flapper' look - fun, flirty and energetic, just like you!
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Ancient Greece

Ancient Greece

Clothing in Ancient Greece was practical and laid-back, just like you! Typically two pieces of clothing were draped around the body; an undergarment and a cloak. These were secured with belts and ornamental clasps and pins. Your fashion was simple and effortless-cool!
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Medieval

Medieval

Medieval fashion was effortless and natural. The style was loose; vertical tunics, cloaks, and veils worn around the neck and hair. The colors were simple, with abundant blues, grays, and earth tones. Elegant simplicity is the trademark of this trend!
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1950's

1950's

The 1950's fashion was bold and sexy, just like you! There was more freedom when it came to fashion choices, so expressing individuality became an important part of the 50's fashion. An hour-glass figure predominated the look of the 1950's; clinched waistlines, and accentuated hips and bust produced a sleek and slender elegance!
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