Thursday, July 27, 2017


Dorothy Parker:

Brevity is the soul of lingerie.

Gilda Radner:

I base most of my fashion taste on what doesn’t itch.

Maya Angelou:

Content is of great importance, but we must not underrate the value of style. That is, attention must be paid to not only what is said but how it is said; to what we wear, as well as how we wear it. In fact, we should be aware of all we do and how we do all that we do.

Diana Vreeland:

You know, don’t you, that the bikini is only the most important thing since the atomic bomb?

Florynce R. Kennedy:

Here I am a woman attorney being told I can’t practice law in slacks by a judge dressed in drag.

Fran Lebowitz:

While clothes with pictures and/or writing on them are not entirely an invention of the modern age, they are an unpleasant indication of the general state of thingsI mean, be realistic. If people don’t want to listen to you what makes you think they want to hear from your sweater?

Jacqueline Murray:

Your clothes speak even before you do.

Judith Kelman:

She spotted an Adolfo suit in that shade of tan that comes from mixing brown with a great deal of money.

Mae West:

You can say what you like about long dresses, but they cover a multitude of shins.

Susan Brownmiller:

Who said that clothes make a statement? What an understatement that was. Clothes never shut up.

Victoria Billings:

Any garment that makes you feel bad will make you look bad.

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