Taste

  • Good taste is better than bad taste, but bad taste is better than no taste.


    Discernment, Opinion, Taste

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


    Decline, Style, Taste

  • Womanly intuition stops short at claret.


    Taste, Wine

  • You hear ‘it’s all a matter of taste’ when it’s really just a different, usually shallow and uninformed opinion.


    Taste

  • The refinement of opinion by years of observation and assessment of styles.


    Taste

  • A man will sooner give up his interests than his tastes.


    Taste

  • The tastes of youth change because they are hot-blooded; those of age remain unaltered through force of habit.


    Taste

  • The few who recognise essential beauty and can discern it without fail in all its manifestations, have knowledge; the others have only opinions which are about something that undergoes change and is only the appearance of those things.


    Taste

  • Architects, Opera Directors, modern composers and the BBC have a similar great fault – they believe they know what people should like, despite all the evidence to the contrary.


    Taste

  • Good taste comes from judgement rather than intellect.


    Taste