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Which Audrey Hepburn Character Are You?

photoAudrey Hepburn’s film catalog is a gold mine of fashion inspiration. From her first staring role as Princess Ann in Roman Holiday, to her last film as an angel in Always, she was the epitome of style. Audrey came onto the Hollywood scene when most starlets were voluptuous bombshells. She looked a lot different than what was popular at the time, but she didn’t let that stand in her way. She accentuated her positives, and in turn, changed the look of what was cool. A lot of current styles and fashion lines site Ms. Hepburn as an influence, but even within her style, there are a lot of different directions you could go in. If you want to know which Audrey Hepburn character you are, grab a paper and pen, and take our survey below. I am pretty sure I know which Audrey character I am, so read my article on How To Be Audrey, and let me know who you are in the comments!

For each question, pick the option you resonate with, and keep track of which letter (A, B, C, D, E, or F) corresponds with your answers.

Hopefully you had fun thinking about the connections between your personal style and Audrey’s. If you haven’t seen some of these movies, maybe it’s time for a movie night! I recommend a few less popular picks too: Charade (my all-time favorite), How to Steal a Million and Wait Until Dark. You can also follow my Audrey Hepburn Pinterest board for continuous Audrey inspiration.

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