Take the style quiz
Now that you started your digital closet journey, we can move on to the next step: ACQUIRE YOUR STYLE
You cannot build a sustainable wardrobe if you are in doubt about your own personal style.
How to take the style quiz via The Acquired app
- You can find the style quiz in the app by "services".
- Click on "Free style quiz"
- You will be redirected to a new window where you can take the style quiz.
- The style quiz takes 4-minutes
- We will add the result to your profile in your digital closet
How to take the style quiz via the website
You can also take the style quiz via our website.
Click here to go to the style quiz.
We will add the result to your profile in your digital closet
Why should you take the style quiz?
Once you have a clear understanding of your personal style, there are several effects that can impact your closet:
More intentional purchasing:
Knowing your personal style can help you make more intentional purchasing decisions. You will be able to identify which pieces will work well with your existing wardrobe, and you will be less likely to make impulse buys that do not fit with your overall aesthetic.
Once you know your personal style, you can organize your closet in a way that makes sense for you. This might involve grouping items by color or category or simply putting the front and center of your favorite piece.
More cohesive wardrobe:
When you have a clear sense of your personal style, it's easier to create a cohesive wardrobe that reflects your aesthetic. You'll be able to mix and match pieces more easily, and you'll have a better sense of what works well together.
By knowing your personal style, you'll be less likely to hold onto items that don't fit with your aesthetic. This can help reduce clutter in your closet and make it easier to get dressed each day.
When you have a wardrobe that reflects your personal style, you'll likely feel more confident in your clothing choices. You'll be more comfortable and feel more like yourself, which can have a positive impact on your overall self-esteem.