A Timeline of my Dreams and Aspirations

This isn’t a generalisation of how I’ll dress for each stage of my life. They’re more looks I’d like to try.

1. My 20’s to early 30’s

  • A mix between Rebecca (Confessions of a Shopaholic), Louise Clark (Me Before You), Eliza Doolittle (My Fair Lady), Galinda (Wicked)… and just about every musical/”chick flick” ever. I ought to stop now otherwise this won’t end.
  • Stripes.
  • I want to blind everyone with the sheer amount of colours and prints I’ll wear (Jk, no. I don’t want to look like a real-life Picasso).

As you can see, not really my thing

2. Mid 30’s to 40’s

  • Animal print, 60’s style with the voice of Jennifer Saunders.
  • Heels everywhere.
  • I realise this is, in essence, Cruella De Vil…

….and I’m okay with with that.

3. 50’s

  • I haven’t thought this part through…
  • Think I can pull off Cruella again?

4. 60’s – 70’s

  • Anna Wintour. Goals.
  • 67 and she looks like this:

5. 80’s

  • Mrs. Doubtfire 😀
  • White hair. Definitely. I’ll dye it if I have to.
  • Realistically speaking, it won’t become white and dye will look bad *sigh*- I’ll have to make the black work.

But in all seriousness, I’d be the happiest person if I looked like my mom/grandma when I reach their age 😀




I was taught better than to plagiarise *cough unlike some people cough*:


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http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/anna-wintour-sits-second-row-686236 (I love how there was such a huge stir for her sitting in the second row)(Then again, it is Anna Wintour)

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