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What's your true body type?

Take this quick quiz to discover your somatotype (a.k.a. body type): ectomorph, mesomorph, or endomorph. Plus I'm going to give you a selection of style tips based on your results 🤩

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    When you look in the mirror, which stands out the most... 
    • A.
      My curves! I'm thick in all the right places.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      My muscle! I'm a strength-building machine.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      My bones! I'm long and lean as can be.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 2.
    Which of the following best describes your body shape?
    • A.
      A ruler. Slim with little to no curves.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      A pear. Small bust and waist with full hips.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      An hourglass. Full bust and hips with a slim waist.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 3.
    When you circle your fingers around your wrist, do they touch?
    • A.
      Yes – they even overlap a bit!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      They just barely touch!
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      No – they don't touch at all!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 4.
    Do you pick clothes that compliment your body?
    • A.
      Not really. If I can fit into it, it fits, right?
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Most of the time, but if I really love the item of clothing, I can overlook it not fitting perfectly.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Yes, I only buy clothes that suit my build.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 5.
    Is it difficult for you to gain weight?
    • A.
      No way! I gain weight easily, and it takes a lot of dieting and exercising to work it off.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      Sometimes... but I tend to gain muscle more easily than fat.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Yes, no matter how much I eat and how little I exercise, I rarely put on weight.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 6.
    If you called it quits on your regular workout routine, what'd happen?
    • A.
      I'd probably gain weight within a month or two.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I'd lose muscle and strength but stay a similar same weight.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      Nothing – I'd maintain my current size and muscle mass.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 7.
    Do you ever struggle to find clothes that fit your frame?
    • A.
      Yes, the struggle is real! It takes me hours to pick out a  pair of perfectly fitting jeans...
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      It can take a bit of trial and error, but usually I come away with some cute clothes.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      No, it's easy for me to find clothes that fit 👌 Most things seem made for me!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 8.
    You snuggle into a pair of skinny jeans, where on your body to they feel tight?
    • A.
      My muscular legs – all that cardio is really paying off!
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      My butt or belly... these curves can't be ignored.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      They don't. My jeans slip on easy as pie!
      (Correlates to: )
  • 9.
    How would you describe your bone structure?
    • A.
      I have a big frame with wide, sturdy bones.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      I have a medium frame with averaged-sized bones.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      I have a small frame with long, elegant bones.
      (Correlates to: )
  • 10.
    How do your hips compare with your shoulders?
    • A.
      My hips are wider than my shoulders.
      (Correlates to: )
    • B.
      They're about the same width as my shoulders.
      (Correlates to: )
    • C.
      My hips are slimmer than my shoulders.
      (Correlates to: )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You're an... Ectomorph!
    Congrats on completing the 'What's your true body type?' quiz! Friend, you're an ectomorph. You're naturally slender with a long, lean frame. It'd take a lot of Kit Kat bars for you to gain a pound – you can eat just about anything while maintaining your current weight.Your only hold up? During strength training, ectomorphs produce a low level of myogenin, which limits their capacity to build muscle mass. This means you might have to train harder than a mesomorph or endomorph to see the same results 💕💪When it comes to fashion, ectomorph men should stick to slim-fitting suits with wide collars to offset their slim hips. Women can try patterned shirts, skinny jeans, and long flowing dresses."Confidence is the only key. I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself." – Emma StoneHow to shop for clothes that compliment your shape...1) Make a Mood BoardBefore you hit the shops to find the perfect outfit for your body type, spend some time searching for inspiration. If you're stuck for ideas, check out what trendsetters with similar frames are wearing. Save any images that speak to you on Pinterest, Instagram, or whatever Internet hotspot you frequent and make a mood board. This'll narrow down your style goals and make picking out a new piece of clothing way simpler!2) Know Where to Save and SpendNow that you've got a better grasp on what you're looking for, take stock of your savings and decide how much you can afford to spend on a fresh look. If you're considering buying an item for a special occasion (a.k.a. you won't wear it more than once or twice), try to keep it inexpensive. Spend the majority of your budget on everyday staples, like a tailored white blouse or pair of dark wash jeans.3) Try Before You BuyFriend, those fitting rooms are there for a reason! If you're investing your hard-earned cash in a new item, you want to make sure it looks great on the hanger AND on your body. This means that *if you can* shop in-person. While online shopping might seem time-effective and stress-free, it's hard to get a sense of how the clothes move and feel on your skin. Plus all those photos with professional models and lighting can be pretty misleading...Who Am I to Tell You How to Dress? Let Me Fill You in, Friend...Hey there, and welcome – I'm Talia! I'm a fashion blogger and personal stylist specializing in the somatotypes. Whether you're a lean ectomorph, an athletic mesomorph, or a curvy endomorph, I can curate a wardrobe to compliment your unique shape.As a natural ectomorph, I've had my fair share of leaving shops empty-handed because I couldn't find a. single. thing. that fit right. It's not a good feeling when your body doesn't conform with "average" sizes. Discovering the somatotypes was a LIFE-changer for me...Getting clear on my own figure helped rekindle my interest in fashion. These days, there's nothing I find more rewarding than crafting outfits that makes their wearers shine inside and out. If you're sick of spending hours at the mall only to leave discouraged, reach out! We can change that 🙌Three Resources to Help You Find Your Wardrobe's Missing Piece...1) Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram for daily fashion tips. I cover trends for every somatotype, so no body gets left behind!2) Check out this post on my blog: "How to find your 'just right' pair of jeans." Take it from me, jeans can be comfy, you've just got to commit to finding your fit.3) Book a free consultation with me. If you're serious about transforming your wardrobe and taking on the world with confidence, book a call today.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox with Style Tips Based on Your Type 👛✨
  • 2.
    You're a... Mesomorph!
    Congrats on completing the 'What's your true body type?' quiz! Friend, you're a mesomorph. You're naturally athletic with an average bone structure. You're quick to gain weight but also quick to lose it!Your only holdup? Without a regular workout routine, you might find it difficult to maintain your current size. For mesomorphs, it's all about balance, so try to work and play in equal parts...When it comes to fashion, mesomorph bodies can be a bit difficult to dress. Men should look for jackets with fitted shoulders and wide collars. Women mesomorphs often have hourglass frames, which are best accentuated with crop tops, high-waisted jeans, and wrap-dresses."Confidence is the only key. I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself." – Emma StoneHow to shop for clothes that compliment your shape...1) Make a Mood BoardBefore you hit the shops to find the perfect outfit for your body type, spend some time searching for inspiration. If you're stuck for ideas, check out what trendsetters with similar frames are wearing. Save any images that speak to you on Pinterest, Instagram, or whatever Internet hotspot you frequent and make a mood board. This'll narrow down your style goals and make picking out a new piece of clothing way simpler!2) Know Where to Save and SpendNow that you've got a better grasp on what you're looking for, take stock of your savings and decide how much you can afford to spend on a fresh look. If you're considering buying an item for a special occasion (a.k.a. you won't wear it more than once or twice), try to keep it inexpensive. Spend the majority of your budget on everyday staples, like a tailored white blouse or pair of dark wash jeans.3) Try Before You BuyFriend, those fitting rooms are there for a reason! If you're investing your hard-earned cash in a new item, you want to make sure it looks great on the hanger AND on your body. This means that *if you can* shop in-person. While online shopping might seem time-effective and stress-free, it's hard to get a sense of how the clothes move and feel on your skin. Plus all those photos with professional models and lighting can be pretty misleading...Who Am I to Tell You How to Dress? Let Me Fill You in, Friend...Hey there, and welcome – I'm Talia! I'm a fashion blogger and personal stylist specializing in the somatotypes. Whether you're a lean ectomorph, an athletic mesomorph, or a curvy endomorph, I can curate a wardrobe to compliment your unique shape.As a natural ectomorph, I've had my fair share of leaving shops empty-handed because I couldn't find a. single. thing. that fit right. It's not a good feeling when your body doesn't conform with "average" sizes. Discovering the somatotypes was a LIFE-changer for me...Getting clear on my own figure helped rekindle my interest in fashion. These days, there's nothing I find more rewarding than crafting outfits that makes their wearers shine inside and out. If you're sick of spending hours at the mall only to leave discouraged, reach out! We can change that 🙌Three Resources to Help You Find Your Wardrobe's Missing Piece...1) Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram for daily fashion tips. I cover trends for every somatotype, so no body gets left behind!2) Check out this post on my blog: "How to find your 'just right' pair of jeans." Take it from me, jeans can be comfy, you've just got to commit to finding your fit.3) Book a free consultation with me. If you're serious about transforming your wardrobe and taking on the world with confidence, book a call today.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox with Style Tips Based on Your Type 👛✨
  • 3.
    You're an... Endomorph!
    Congrats on completing the 'What's your true body type?' quiz! Friend, you're an endomorph. You're curvy with a large frame, though you may be a bit on the shorter side.Your only hold-up? You likely gain weight easily and struggle to exercise it off. Without a balanced diet and a regular workout regime, your weight could be hard to control.When it comes to fashion, endomorph men are best suited for solid colors and narrow-collared suits. For women, avoid drawing attention to the waistline by choosing flowing silhouettes and a-line dresses."Confidence is the only key. I can't think of any better representation of beauty than someone who is unafraid to be herself." – Emma StoneHow to shop for clothes that compliment your shape...1) Make a Mood BoardBefore you hit the shops to find the perfect outfit for your body type, spend some time searching for inspiration. If you're stuck for ideas, check out what trendsetters with similar frames are wearing. Save any images that speak to you on Pinterest, Instagram, or whatever Internet hotspot you frequent and make a mood board. This'll narrow down your style goals and make picking out a new piece of clothing way simpler!2) Know Where to Save and SpendNow that you've got a better grasp on what you're looking for, take stock of your savings and decide how much you can afford to spend on a fresh look. If you're considering buying an item for a special occasion (a.k.a. you won't wear it more than once or twice), try to keep it inexpensive. Spend the majority of your budget on everyday staples, like a tailored white blouse or pair of dark wash jeans.3) Try Before You BuyFriend, those fitting rooms are there for a reason! If you're investing your hard-earned cash in a new item, you want to make sure it looks great on the hanger AND on your body. This means that *if you can* shop in-person. While online shopping might seem time-effective and stress-free, it's hard to get a sense of how the clothes move and feel on your skin. Plus all those photos with professional models and lighting can be pretty misleading...Who Am I to Tell You How to Dress? Let Me Fill You in, Friend...Hey there, and welcome – I'm Talia! I'm a fashion blogger and personal stylist specializing in the somatotypes. Whether you're a lean ectomorph, an athletic mesomorph, or a curvy endomorph, I can curate a wardrobe to compliment your unique shape.As a natural ectomorph, I've had my fair share of leaving shops empty-handed because I couldn't find a. single. thing. that fit right. It's not a good feeling when your body doesn't conform with "average" sizes. Discovering the somatotypes was a LIFE-changer for me...Getting clear on my own figure helped rekindle my interest in fashion. These days, there's nothing I find more rewarding than crafting outfits that makes their wearers shine inside and out. If you're sick of spending hours at the mall only to leave discouraged, reach out! We can change that 🙌Three Resources to Help You Find Your Wardrobe's Missing Piece...1) Connect with me on Facebook and Instagram for daily fashion tips. I cover trends for every somatotype, so no body gets left behind!2) Check out this post on my blog: "How to find your 'just right' pair of jeans." Take it from me, jeans can be comfy, you've just got to commit to finding your fit.3) Book a free consultation with me. If you're serious about transforming your wardrobe and taking on the world with confidence, book a call today.P.S. Expect to See Me in Your Inbox with Style Tips Based on Your Type 👛✨