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Which Fashion Era Do You Belong In?
by Kennita Leon

Have you ever been told that you dress like you were from a different time? Or, do you have that feeling deep in your heart? Well, it's easy to feel out of place in the today's world, especially with how fast things are progressing. Fashion, being one of those things, has been pushed further and further, while some of us prefer things the way they were long ago. Are you one of those people? Do you know what fashion era you're from? Take this quiz to find out. 

When it comes to fashion, styles are constantly being brought back from the past, whether it be bell bottom jeans, bright, neon clothing, or corsets, everything that currently exists was taken from what was already done. And although you may be clued in as to what era you're from based on the styles you like today, only our quiz can truly tell you where you belong. Is it the Victorian age? This was a time where modesty and romanticism reigned supreme. Do you belong there? Or maybe you're more Gothic. Lace, silhouettes, and patterns were all the rage. Or, are you a person of the flapper era? Fringe, short hems, and headbands ruled that time. Or, maybe you belong somewhere more opulent? Maybe your fashion era is the Hollywood glamor era. It was all about a woman's shape at that time. 

If you want to know where you truly belong, take our test! 

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