Style

  • Sweatpants are a sign of defeat.You lose control of your life, so you bought some sweatpants.


    Decline, Style, Taste

  • Even I don't wake up looking like Cindy Crawford.


    Appearance, Style

  • Never worry what the cool people think.Head for the warm people.Life is warmth.You will be cool when you're dead.


    Friendliness, People, Society, Style

  • Elegance loses its power in the presence of a properly stupid.


    Elegance, Ignorance, Stupidity, Style

  • Gentility is what is left over from rich ancestors after the money is gone.


    Civilisation, Gentility, Poverty, Style

  • Trendy is the last stage before tacky.


    Fashion, Passé, Style

  • Her frocks are built in Paris but she wears them with a strong English accent.


    Fashion, Style

  • Haute couture is like an orchestra, for which only Balenciaga is the conductor. The rest of us are just musicians, following the directions he gives us.


    Fashion, Inspiration, Style

  • Arraigned in what she distinctly calls 'dress', scented, adorned, displayed, she achieves by artifice a sexual differentiation prfounder than any other vertebrate animal.


    Fashion, Style, Women

  • 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 inward tranquillity that religion is powerless to bestow.


    Style

  • Radical chic is only radical in style. In its heart it is part of society and its tradition – Politics, like Rock, Pop and Camp, has its uses .


    Style

  • Style, in the broadest sense of all, is consciousness. More specifically it is a consistent idiom arising spontaneously from the personality but deliberately maintained.


    Style

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


    Dress, Society, Style