Now I know cartoons are not real (except Spongebob of course, that's a rather riveting documentary series), but those poor girls, forced to wear the same outdated outfit for the remainder of their lives (on television) - yes they never age, but they are never on-trend either. So I have took it upon myself, to restyle my animated chums in a more up-to-date fashion, while being aware of their unique signature style.
First up is the long-suffering Meg Griffin from Family Guy - ridiculed for her looks, both in school and within he own family, the poor girl is desperate for a makeover to give her that much needed confidence boost.
|Top, H&M; Moto Baxter Jeans, Topshop; Pieces Knitted Hat, New Look; 0703 Frames Black, Cutler and Gross; White Plaque Skinny Belt, River Island; Dear Diary Lipcreme, Mac; Cream Metallic Hidden Wedge Hi-tops, Blink @ New Look.|
|Knot Front Shirt, Topshop; Blue Flared Jeans, New Look; Mix Bows Headband, Dorothy Perkins; American Peace Necklace, Punky Pins; Volcano Flatform Sandals, ASOS; Ying Yang Skinny Belt, Topshop; Cream Puff in Fairy Cake, Collection 2000; Belly Bar, Argos.|
And finally we have the ultimate cartoon siren, Marge Simpson - The woman deserves a new wardrobe, 21 years in the same dress, dealing with a buffoon of a husband, senile father-in-law and probably the scampiest of all scamps, Bart Simpson. So I have updated Marge's look to the a glam evening look, for the night out she so desperately needs!
|Lime Bandeau Maxi Dress, Miss Selfridge; Necklace, H&M; CJG Stud Peeptoe Court Shoes, Topshop.|
So what do you think of my restyle of these cartoon lovelies?
I may make it a regular feature if you guys think it's a good idea, if you do please give me some suggestions on which to restyle next and I shall share the love for you in the next edition
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