The word 'posh' may make us think of 'Posh' Spice, Victoria Beckham of the formerly popular group the Spice Girls, but it is almost certain that this moniker was chosen for its connotations of upper-class, elegant and luxurious. Of course, for better or worse, Posh Spice gave the word a louder, fashionable flavour too. But it doesn't damp the mystique of posh. There is an Old World quality about the word that makes one feel there is something superior about being considered posh.
But that's not true. Today, anyone can be posh. Most of the time, our ideas about being posh are gleaned from popular media, as well as from popular etiquette books, such as Emily Post. Our mothers and teachers did their bit too. Most of us want to be thought of as classy and stylish - but how many are successful? Take this quiz and find out!