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79. How does how you dress play into your ambitions for yourself?
I do cosplay. It's about as calculated as I get in clothes. I am trying to expand my business, so I will dress more outrageously in certain situations. Like at burlesque shows. Or at conventions. Show off what I can make.
And more and more... just in daily life.
Ambitions? Don't have.
it doesnt really
having authority is necessary to become a successful director
I am bright, interesting, and love pop culture and history of brassy women. Clothes help honor that in me.
I have ambitions - in respect of my career, my relationships. But I would like to think that as far as dressing myself goes that what people see when they look at me is someone who has her own sense of style, someone who isn't worried about what other people think of her, and someone who isn't afraid to be herself. I'd like people to look at me and think that I do a good job of pulling together an outfit that looks smart but that doesn't look conventional and boring.
My clothes follow me in every aspect of my life.
It shows my musical side
Yes, I want to seem mildly artistic (I am a freelance writer), so I dress with a bit of alterna flair--never totally mainstream
I want to be a professor, so I sometimes like to dress as if I am one.
I like to dress like an artist. It makes me feel more legitimate in my creative pursuits.
I don't think it has much to do with it
No idea. Maybe: I dress according to my ambition not to look dull, sad, old or boring.
My ambitions are artistic, intellectual, and professional and I dress accordingly.