Dress

  • Some people are born with a sense of how to clothe themselves, others acquire it, others look as if their clothes had been thrust upon them.


    Dress, Fashion, Style

  • You will have noticed how seldom a dressy woman knows how to dress


    Dress, Fashion, Style

  • There is as much difference between a horseman and a horsey man as there is between a well-dressed man and a dressy one.


    Dress, Horses, Style

  • The sense of being well dressed gives a feeling of inner tranquillity which religion is powerless to bestow.


    Dress

  • You can tell the very rich by their evening dress: the more they earn, the sillier it is.


    Dress, Society, Style

  • Tell me the history of that frock Judy. It’s obviously an old favourite. You were wise to remove the curtain rings.
    [to Judy Steel]
    [Dame Edna Everage]


    Dress

  • My little rebellion was to have my tie loose with the top button of my shirt undone, but Paul would always come up to me and put it straight.


    Dress

  • The officers of this branch of the force, the Obscene Publications Squad, have a discouraging club tie on which a book is depicted being cut in half by a larger pair of scissors.


    Dress

  • The only firm rule of cross-dressing is that neither sex should wear anything they haven’t yet figured out how to go to the bathroom in.


    Dress

  • Fur is a subject that makes sensitive toes curl in their leather shoes.


    Dress

  • We know Jesus cannot have been English. He is always wearing sandals but never with socks.


    Dress

  • She wears her clothes as if they were thrown on her with a pitchfork.


    Dress

  • She wore far too much rouge last night and not quite enough clothes. That is always a sign of despair in a woman.


    Dress