As first lady, fashion has helped Obama shape an image that is both accessible and aspirational.
Collectively, these young women are making entrepreneurship not just aspirational, but a little bit edgy.
This aspirational element should be the centerpiece of the Republican message in this age of growing class bifurcation.
And that was one of the reasons she was so popular with what were patronisingly called “the aspirational working classes.”
The site is more about an aspirational (read: unattainable) lifestyle than helpful tips.
This does not really address the aspirational reasons why so many Americans have been migrating to this region.
Mattel successfully marketed them with jingles copping to the aspirational nature of their use.
Can there possibly be friendships where there is no aspirational life?
Is not our horrible competitive civilization at last going to choke all aspirational life into silence?
His infatuation is known as el howa el'adhry (pure, or aspirational love).
ambitious; desirous of success
She makes aspirational purchases of self-help books.