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Quiz: What’s Your Thanksgiving Style?


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Thanksgiving is one holiday that most American’s celebrate, and all families seem to celebrate it in slightly different ways.

My family celebrates Thanksgiving with a casual lunch at my grandma’s house and then we eat leftovers for dinner. For other families, Thanksgiving dinner is a traditional affair involving fine china, expensive cloth napkins, and the expectation that everyone dress up.

To help with getting dressed this Thanksgiving season, we’ve created a quiz with multiple style options perfect for any Thanksgiving celebration.

Just take this fun quiz below to find out what your Thanksgiving style is! 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 Thanksgiving Style?

Can’t see the quiz above? Don’t worry, you can also click right here to download/print a copy, then come back here to see your result!

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 Feast

Quiz-Thanskgiving Holiday Party Style-Casual
Product Information: Lipstick, Sweater, Earrings, Boots, Stacked Rings, Ring, Pants

If your Thanksgiving is more about eating delicious food and tossing around the ol’ pigskin than sitting around the table in your finest dress, try a look like the one above. To create a neutral canvas for this gold-foiled sweater, pair it with some black skinny jeans and knee-high boots. Gold and silver jewelry help glam up the look for dinnertime. Finish the outfit with a slick of burgundy lipstick.

Mostly B’s: Formal Thanksgiving Dinner

Quiz-Thanksgiving Party Style-Formal Soiree
Product Information: Cardigan, Dress, Bracelet, Tights, Ring, Shoes

For a formal holiday dinner look, pick a dress like the one above with a bright, seasonal color and a pretty embellished neckline. Next, add a cute pair of bow tights and a simple black V-neck cardigan. Some strappy heels, a black cocktail ring, and a dainty bracelet complete this formal look.

Mostly C’s: Meet the Family

Quiz-Thanksgiving Holiday Party Style-Meet the Family
Product Information: Sweater, Dress, Bag, Tights, Earrings, Shoes, Belt

Many times, college students end up being guests at other families’ Thanksgiving celebrations. In these cases, you want to make sure you are making a good impression on your friends’ or S.O.’s relatives. An easy place to start is with your outfit. For this look, pair a fun printed dress with neutral basics like gray tights and an oversized knit cardigan. Finish the look with accessories like a bow belt, some sparkly drop earrings, a two-tone bag, and classic brogues.

Mostly D’s: Black Friday-Ready

Quiz-Thanksgiving Holiday Party Style-Black Friday
Product Information: Coat, Sweater, Tank, Hat, Leggings, Mittens, Scarf, Boots

For some people, the highlight of Thanksgiving is getting in line for Black Friday shopping. For an outfit fit for waiting in lines outside as well as shopping amongst the masses of people, layer a long tank and oversized cardigan over some black leggings. To stay warm while waiting in line outside, make sure to bring a thick coat, a tube scarf, mittens, and a hat. Finish the look with these moto-booties that are cute and comfortable enough to run in – you can’t afford to walk on Black Friday!

What do you think?

What was your result? Did it pinpoint your style well? Did you like the quiz? What are you plans for Thanksgiving? What do you plan on wearing? Please let us know what you think by leaving a comment below!

Posted on on November 18, 2012 / Filed Under: College Life / Tags: , , , , , , , ,

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10 Responses to “Quiz: What’s Your Thanksgiving Style?”

  1. 1
    November 19th, 2012 at 1:55 am

    Get stuff thank for updating this types of blogs, actually this Style blogs for Style people!!

  2. 2
    November 19th, 2012 at 2:08 am

    i don’t have time for my thanksgiving dinner on actual thanksgiving day :(

  3. 3
    November 19th, 2012 at 4:54 am

    I live in England… but I’m bored, so I took the test anyway. Apparently I’ll be meeting a friend’s family for Thanksgiving.
    This is exciting, I’ve never even done Thanksgiving before. :P

  4. 4
    November 19th, 2012 at 8:02 am

    I got meet the family! Love my outfit, but the formal thanksgiving outfit is so cute to wear at a holiday party!

  5. 5
    November 19th, 2012 at 9:43 am

    Katha, I don’t either. Thanks to Black Friday starting ON Thanksgiving this year I will be going from cooking for my family all day, to skipping any chance to be with my family, to selling electronics to greedy selfish people at 9 o’clock Thanksgiving evening.

    It’s time to rename Black Friday to something a bit more appropriate. I suggest Thankless Thursday. Goodbye Thanksgiving!

  6. 6
    November 19th, 2012 at 9:56 am

    I really like your look ! In my blog I sell a lot of clothes!
    see you xoxo

  7. 7
    November 19th, 2012 at 10:29 am

    I agree Casey, I work 4 pm to 9 pm on thanksgiving and then have to be back at work again early Friday morning. Thankless Thursday sounds very appropriate

  8. 8
    November 19th, 2012 at 10:30 am

    I got formal thanksgiving dinner and although thanksgiving is a very casual affair with my family, it’s still my favorite outfit out of them all. The sweater for the black friday look is cute too though, but its way too expensive

  9. 9
    November 19th, 2012 at 5:51 pm

    I would get Black Friday’s outfit, haha I’m a die-hard shopaholic! :)

  10. 10
    November 20th, 2012 at 8:19 pm

    My Thanksgiving style will be scrubs, because I have to work. I can’t complain though, because I work in a nursing home so at least that’s legit. I’d be really angry if I had to work a retail job that day! There’s no need for stores to be open on Thanksgiving.

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