1. Marry a rich man, or one who at least has a little extra money.
2. Work in a bank and skim money wherever you can.
3. Teach a pet monkey how to write like Shakespeare.
Seriously, living an upper-class lifestyle means nothing if you're not happy. I know a few wealthy people that live horrible lives, and then again, I know a few poor people that live excellent lives.
All in all, I only know a few people.
My suggestion, find something that you love to do and then do it. Take time to really examine your life, your core values, your morals, and then find a lifestyle that suits you. It could be as big as changing careers or just changing the way you look.
There's a great book that I'll recommend here; it's called, "What Color is Your Parachute", by Dick Bolles. Most libraries have it, or you can look at their website: www.jobhuntersbible.com
The book will really help you discover who you are, and what you want out of life. It's designed as a career book, but I think it does more than that..
Either way, quit worrying about living a high-class life, and worry more about simply enjoying life.
Why middle, upper middle, and upper class children will be more successful in life than children whocome from lower middle to lower socioeconomic backgrounds? It has been substantiated repeatedly that...