Which 60's Muse Are You?
Which one of these swinging sixties seductress are you most like?
Which happening place would you rather explore?
Which of these careers interests you the most?
Your sense of style would considered to be _____
Which one of these 60s rock stars would you rather hook up with?
You want your significant other to think of you as _____
Pick the 60s outfit you'd rather rock
Do you consider yourself to be a partier?
Do you do the chasing or do you let others chase you romantically?
Which one of these 60s classics would most likely be written about you?
You are Pattie Boyd! Pattie Boyd was a top English model during the 1960s, who was the first wife of George Harrison. Pattie is the inspiration for the Beatles' song 'Something'. Pattie later went on to marry George's best friend Eric Clapton after he expressed his love for her in the classic song 'Layla'. Like Pattie, you are a stylish individual who is always happening on the latest trends. You also attract people with your captivating look and personality.
You are Yoko Ono, a conceptual artist and the second wife of John Lennon. Lennon was known for his obsessive devotion to Yoko and named her as the inspiration behind most of his songs including 'Julia', 'Imagine', 'Jealous Guy', and 'Woman'. Like Yoko, many might misunderstand you because you are so different than most people. You don't care very much about what people think about you and wish to follow your own path in life rather than stick on the road of normality.
You are Edie Sedgwick, an American heiress, socialite, actress, and fashion model. Edie was a muse to the iconic Andy Warhol in the 1960s. She is also considered to be the inspiration behind the song "Like A Rolling Stone" by Bob Dylan, who she was a close friend of. Like Edie, you enjoy the glitz and glam but you may be hiding some inner turmoil behind it all. You know in your heart that material possessions and fame does not buy happiness.
You are Marianne Faithfull, an English singer, songwriter and actress who is most known for her relationship with Mick Jagger in the 60s. Marianne is the inspiration behind such Rolling Stones songs as 'Sympathy for the Devil', 'You Can't Always Get What You Want', and 'Wild Horses'. Like Marianne, you are a very talented and ambitious individual who may seem creatively suppressed at times. Don't let anybody tell you you can't succeed because you are a fighter!
You are Linda Eastman, a photographer and animal rights activist who was the wife of Paul McCartney. Paul and Linda fell in love after their first meeting and were married shortly after. Throughout their almost 30 year marriage, Linda was the inspiration behind such songs as 'Two of Us', 'Maybe I'm Amazed' 'Silly Love Songs', and 'Hey Jude'. Like Linda, you are an individual who is quite comfortable in yourself and who holds strong convictions. You are also incredibly loyal and are always a shoulder to lean on for your loved ones.
You are Anita Pallenberg, Italian-born actress, model, and fashion designer, who was the long term partner of Keith Richards. In addition to Richards, Anita had relationships with other Rolling Stones members Brian Jones and Mick Jagger. The Rolling Stones were strongly influenced by Anita in terms of spirituality and fashion and she is considered to be the inspiration behind the song 'Angie'. Like Anita, you can be somewhat of a wild child but that's only because you've grown to understand that life is best lived without plans. You are an individual who is always searching for their next adventure in life.
You are Jane Asher, a popular English actress who was the fiancee of Paul McCartney during the 1960s. Jane was McCartney's companion during most of his years as a Beatles and was the inspiration behind such songs as 'And I Love Her', 'Here, There And Everywhere', 'I'm Looking Through You', 'For No One', and 'We Can Work It Out'. Like Jane, you are an ambitious, strong willed individual who is extremely focused on being the best you can be. You will not someone else choose your destiny.
You are Twiggy, an English model, actress and singer. Twiggy is known as one of the greatest fashion icons of the 1960s, whose stick-thin figure and boyishly short haircut helped create the look that came to be known as the Swinging Sixties in London. Like Twiggy, you may be considered to be strange and different but that's merely because people have never known anyone like you before. Embrace your uniqueness and use it to your strength in everything you do!