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The Dress Sayings By Ruby Rose: When I first started in the industry back home in Australia at 18, there was When I first started in the industry back home in Australia at 18, there was a lot of push and shove as to how I should dress, if I was allowed to cut my hair short, if I had too many tattoos. If I didn't get a campaign, or if I didn't get a role, they would always come back to, 'Well, she dresses like a boy.' — Ruby Rose
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The Dress Sayings By Elena Ferrante: How lovely the months, the years with him had been. At the moment I hadn't How lovely the months, the years with him had been. At the moment I hadn't understood their importance, and now here I was, growing sad. The rain the cold the snow the scents of Spring along the Arno and on the flowering streets of the city, the warmth we gave each other. Choosing a dress, glasses. His pleasure in changing me. And Paris, the exciting trip to a foreign country, the cafes, the politics, the literature, the revolution that would soon arrive, even though the working class was becoming integrated. And him. His room at night. His body. All finished. I tossed nervously in my bed unable to sleep. I'm lying to myself , I thought. Had it really been so wonderful ? I knew very well that at that time, too, there had been shame. And uneasiness, and humiliation, and disgust: accept, submit force yourself. Is it possible that even happy moments of pleasure never stand up to rigorous examination — Elena Ferrante
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The Dress Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Really, if that's the case, you need to stop letting your mother dress you funny. Really, if that's the case, you need to stop letting your mother dress you funny. It's hard to take anyone serious as a killer when he looks like an investment banker. The only part of me that's nervous is my checkbook. (Kat) — Sherrilyn Kenyon
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The Dress Sayings By Jenelle Jack Pierre: Ariya was tall and fine-boned, with large doe-eyes framed by long lashes. She moved about Ariya was tall and fine-boned, with large doe-eyes framed by long lashes. She moved about the one-story house with a self-possessed grace in her purple dress. We thought she would make a good model. She could sell anything but perfume, because she always had a smell: parsley, cilantro, chicken, goat, sour sop, shop cheese. — Jenelle Jack Pierre
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The Dress Sayings By Frederick Lenz: Changing the way you dress can make it easier to make deeper changes in the Changing the way you dress can make it easier to make deeper changes in the structure of your personality. — Frederick Lenz
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The Dress Sayings By Philip Pullman: She did not move. Nor did she scream or faint; her only actions were to She did not move. Nor did she scream or faint; her only actions were to draw back the hem of her dress from where it brushed the shiny dome of his skull and to breathe deeply, several times, with her eyes shut. Her father had taught her this as a remedy for panic. He had taught her well; it worked. — Philip Pullman
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The Dress Sayings By Ta-Nehisi Coates: I have raised you to respect every human being as singular. And you must extend I have raised you to respect every human being as singular. And you must extend that same respect into the past. Slavery is not an indefinable mass of flesh. It is a particular, specific enslaved woman whose mind is as active as your own, whose range of feelings as vast as your own, who prefers the way the light falls in one particular spot in the woods, who enjoys fishing where the water eddys in the nearby stream, who loves her mother in her own complicated way, thinks her sister talks to loud, has a favorite cousin, a favorite season, who excels at dress making, and knows inside herself that she is as intelligent and capable as anyone.
Slavery is the same woman born in a world that loudly proclaims its love of freedom and describes this world in essential texts. A world in which these same professors hold this woman a slave. Hold her mother a slave, her father a slave, her daughter a slave. — Ta-Nehisi Coates
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The Dress Sayings By Georgia May Jagger: When you're young, no one cares who your parents are, although Mum would arrive to When you're young, no one cares who your parents are, although Mum would arrive to pick me up in her full hair and make-up and fur, and I used to say, 'Can't you just dress normally, like all the other mums?' I wanted her to blend in more, but I've always been really proud of Mum - as proud as she is of me. — Georgia May Jagger
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The Dress Sayings By Erdem Moralioglu: The biggest compliment to me is being able to dress so many different women from The biggest compliment to me is being able to dress so many different women from so many different backgrounds. — Erdem Moralioglu
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The Dress Sayings By Robert Penn Warren: She kept her looks very well and continued, in a rather severe way, to pay She kept her looks very well and continued, in a rather severe way, to pay attention to her dress. There were moments now when her laugh sounded a little hollow and brittle, the laughter of nerves not of mirth or good spirits. Occasionally in a conversation she seemed to lose track and fall into a self-absorption, to start up overwhelmed by embarrassment and unspoken remorse ... She was pushing thirty-five. But she could still be good company. — Robert Penn Warren
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The Dress Sayings By Shaquille O'Neal: David Stern should get with the mothers of the NBA and let the moms decide David Stern should get with the mothers of the NBA and let the moms decide what the dress code should be. I asked my mother if I could wear a chain, and she told me yeah. So I do stuff that my parents allow me to do. — Shaquille O'Neal
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The Dress Sayings By Andre Leon Talley: The zenith of elegance in any woman's wardrobe is the little black dress, the power The zenith of elegance in any woman's wardrobe is the little black dress, the power of which suggests dash and refinement. — Andre Leon Talley
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The Dress Sayings By Gail Carriger: The boy gestured with his chin at Dimity. "She was shot." He sounded remarkably unconcerned The boy gestured with his chin at Dimity. "She was shot." He sounded remarkably unconcerned for a brother with any degree of affection for his sibling."Good lord!" Sophronia climbed in to see to her new friend's health. The bullet had grazed Dimity's shoulder. It had ripped her dress and left a partly burned gash behind, but didn't look all that bad. Sophronia checked to make certain Dimity had no other injuries. Then she sat back on her heels."Is that all? I've had worse scrapes from drinking tea. Why has she come over all crumpled?"Pillover rolled his eyes. "Faints at the sight of blood, our Dimity. Always has. Weak nerves,father says. It doesn't even have to be her blood. — Gail Carriger
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The Dress Sayings By Sadie Frost: I'm always the girl at the party who, within five minutes, has taken my heels I'm always the girl at the party who, within five minutes, has taken my heels off, hitched up my dress in my knickers, and probably spilt drink down my cleavage. — Sadie Frost
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The Dress Sayings By Christopher Moore: Ten salespeople, all young, all dressed in generic cotton casual, looked up from their conversations, Ten salespeople, all young, all dressed in generic cotton casual, looked up from their conversations, spotted the money in her hand, and simultaneously stopped breathing-their brains shutting down bodily functions and rerouting the needed energy to calculate the projected commissions contained in Jody's cash. One by one they resumed breathing and marched toward her, a look of dazed hunger in their eyes: a pack of zombies from the perky, youthful version of The Night of the Living Dead. "I wear a size four and I've got a date in fifteen minutes," Jody said. "Dress me." They descended on her like an evil khaki wave. — Christopher Moore
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The Dress Sayings By Vanessa Minnillo: Well, the thing about my high school, which I loved, is that we had uniforms. Well, the thing about my high school, which I loved, is that we had uniforms. But whenever we had a free dress day, it was prep-ville, with sweater vests and polo shirts and khakis and Dockers. — Vanessa Minnillo
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The Dress Sayings By Terry Pratchett: As far as Death was aware, the sole reason for any human association with pigs As far as Death was aware, the sole reason for any human association with pigs and lambs was as a prelude to chops and sausages. Quite why they should dress up for children's wallpaper as well was a mystery. Hello, little folk, this is what you're going to eat ... He felt that if only he could find the key to it, he'd know a lot more about human beings. — Terry Pratchett
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The Dress Sayings By Julie Ann Walker: Wow, put the girl through a couple of days of high-level stress, dress her in Wow, put the girl through a couple of days of high-level stress, dress her in black leather and give her a gun, and suddenly she went all Xena: Warrior Princess. — Julie Ann Walker
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The Dress Sayings By Donna Karan: I do not believe I can no longer dress people, but it's more about dressing I do not believe I can no longer dress people, but it's more about dressing their insides. Everyone is affected by healthcare. Everyone is affected by education. And for me, a personal inspiration is the preservation of culture. — Donna Karan
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The Dress Sayings By Walther Rathenau: There in the midst of German life is an alien and isolated race of men. There in the midst of German life is an alien and isolated race of men. Loud and self-conscious in their dress, hot-blooded and restless in their manner. An Asiatic horde on the sandy plains of Prussia. Forming among themselves a close corporation, rigorously shut off from the rest of the world. — Walther Rathenau
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The Dress Sayings By David Foenkinos: Although she didn't know what to say. She was under the impression that she was Although she didn't know what to say. She was under the impression that she was going to have to go back and start again at zero, even relearn language. Maybe in the end all of them had been right to force her to socialize a bit, to force her to wash, dress, entertain. Her — David Foenkinos
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The Dress Sayings By Penny Reid: Women were more than the status of their hymen or their dress size. Women were more than the status of their hymen or their dress size. — Penny Reid
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The Dress Sayings By William Makepeace Thackeray: Good humor may be said to be one of the very best articles of dress Good humor may be said to be one of the very best articles of dress one can wear in society. — William Makepeace Thackeray
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The Dress Sayings By Edmund Burke: In effect, to follow, not to force the public inclination; to give a direction, a In effect, to follow, not to force the public inclination; to give a direction, a form, a technical dress, and a specific sanction, to the general sense of the community, is the true end of legislature. — Edmund Burke
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The Dress Sayings By John Connolly: V-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y, David explained that without slates on the roof, the rain would get in. V-e-r-y s-l-o-w-l-y, David explained that without slates on the roof, the rain would get in. In their way, they were just as important as walls. Dr. Moberley asked David if he was afraid of the rain getting in. David told him that he didn't like getting wet. It wasn't so bad outside, especially if you were dressed for it, but most people didn't dress for rain indoors. — John Connolly
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The Dress Sayings By M.G. Lord: At home, she toed the party line: "The greatest calling for a woman is to At home, she toed the party line: "The greatest calling for a woman is to be a Catholic wife and mother." But I sensed that she hated the 1960s convention of stay-at-home motherhood. In my thirties, when my father shipped me my old Barbie-doll cases that had been sealed in storage since my mother's death, I found evidence of her unhappiness. My Barbie stuff was a mirror of her values. She never told me that marriage could be a trap, but she refused to buy my Barbie doll a wedding dress. She didn't say, "I loathe housework," but she refused to buy Barbie pots and pans. What she often said, however, was "Education is power." And in case I was too thick to grasp this, she bought graduation robes for Barbie, Ken, and Midge. — M.G. Lord
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The Dress Sayings By Twiggy: My one big rule for the over-40s is don't try to dress like an 18-year-old. My one big rule for the over-40s is don't try to dress like an 18-year-old. It's possible to be 'on-trend' when you're older - you just have to look for the right stuff. You don't have to spend a fortune, either. — Twiggy
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The Dress Sayings By Robin Williams: Golf is one of the few sports where a white man can dress like a Golf is one of the few sports where a white man can dress like a black pimp and not look bad. — Robin Williams
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The Dress Sayings By Katherine Paterson: The challenge for those of us who care about our faith and about a hurting The challenge for those of us who care about our faith and about a hurting world is to tell stories which will carry the words of grace and hope in their bones and sinews and not wear them like fancy dress. — Katherine Paterson
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The Dress Sayings By Florence Welch: There's green eyes in my eyesAnd a lover on my mindAnd I sing from the There's green eyes in my eyes
And a lover on my mind
And I sing from the piano
Tear my yellow dress and
Cry and cry and cry
Over the love of you — Florence Welch
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The Dress Sayings By Dana Stabenow: The postmistress was a large, zaftig woman with long, grayish blond hair and a floating, The postmistress was a large, zaftig woman with long, grayish blond hair and a floating, floral style of dress. — Dana Stabenow
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The Dress Sayings By Beatrice Weinreich: Once three men were confined in a pitch-dark prison. Two of the men were intelligent, Once three men were confined in a pitch-dark prison. Two of the men were intelligent, but one of them was a simpleton who knew nothing at all: he couldn't put his clothes on, he didn't know how to eat; nothing. One of the intelligent men worked hard to teach the simpleton to dress himself, to eat, to hold a spoon, and so on. The other intelligent man did nothing at all. One day the hardworking man asked the indifferent one, "Why don't you make some effort to help teach the simpleton?" The other replied, "In this darkness you'll teach him nothing, no matter how many years you spend. I use my time thinking of ways to break a hole in the wall to let in the light. When that happens, he'll learn on his own what he needs to know. — Beatrice Weinreich
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The Dress Sayings By Milan Kundera: When she looked longer at herself in her new dress, it was she but she When she looked longer at herself in her new dress, it was she but she living a different life, the life she would have lived if she had stayed in Prague. — Milan Kundera
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The Dress Sayings By Sarah Black: You're the only kick-ass general I know who needs three gay boys to dress him, You're the only kick-ass general I know who needs three gay boys to dress him, John."
"But I only need one gay boy to undress me. — Sarah Black
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The Dress Sayings By Brian Andreas: Favorite Places:I'm not that good at being a tourist because I'm always looking at the Favorite Places:
I'm not that good at being a tourist because I'm always looking at the way the light shines in your hair or the way your dress opens to the wind & my favorite places in the world are places filled with you. — Brian Andreas
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The Dress Sayings By Karen Robards: You look beautiful sitting there spitting at me like a she-cat. All I have to You look beautiful sitting there spitting at me like a she-cat. All I have to do is look at you, and I lust. I'm going to take you back to the hotel and take off that delectable dress and make love to you until you don't have the energy to be mad at me anymore. Ian Connelly, Marquis of Derne — Karen Robards
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The Dress Sayings By Brian Staveley: Triste lay in a heap, her dress hitched up around her thighs, whimpering and shuddering Triste lay in a heap, her dress hitched up around her thighs, whimpering and shuddering until Gwenna shifted to kick her ungently in the head. — Brian Staveley
The Dress Sayings By Haruki Murakami: Many are the women who can take their clothes off seductively, but women who can Many are the women who can take their clothes off seductively, but women who can charm as they dress? — Haruki Murakami
The Dress Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Athena came to stand by her side. She reached out and ran a light touch Athena came to stand by her side. She reached out and ran a light touch over the read wrap. 'Nice dress.
Grace frowned in disbelief. 'They're fighting to the death and you're admiring my clothes?'
Athena laughed. 'Trust me, I pick my generals well. Priapus doesn't stand a chance. — Sherrilyn Kenyon
The Dress Sayings By Colin Fletcher: The best dress for walking is nakedness. The best dress for walking is nakedness. — Colin Fletcher
The Dress Sayings By J.R. Ward: Beth had never been one of those girls who'd imagined her wedding. Acted it out Beth had never been one of those girls who'd imagined her wedding. Acted it out with some barbies. Bought Bride magazine as soon as she hit her twenties.
She was pretty sure that if she had been, though, none of the hypotheticals would have resembled this in the slightest: surrounded by vampires, possibly pregnant, with a fallen angel in an Elvis costume mangling the ceremony from the Book of Common Prayer.
And yet as she stared up at her soon-to-be husband, she couldn't have pictured anything she would have liked more. Then again, when you were facing the right person? None of the things they talked about on television, no Vera Wang dress, no champagne waterfall, no DJ or place setting or party favor mattered. ~Beth Ch.51 — J.R. Ward
The Dress Sayings By John Kendrick Bangs: Comes now a smiling New-Born Year To fill to-day with goodly cheer - An infant Comes now a smiling New-Born Year To fill to-day with goodly cheer - An infant hale and lusty. Upon our door-sill he is left By Daddy Time, of clothes bereft Despite the season gusty. If he be Churl or doughty Knight, A Son of Darkness or of Light No man can tell, God bless him! But be he base or glorious Time puts it wholly up to us To dress him! — John Kendrick Bangs
The Dress Sayings By Poppy Delevingne: I always find it difficult to dress in between seasons, but I quite like putting I always find it difficult to dress in between seasons, but I quite like putting T-shirts on with a vest over the top and another layer so you can peel them back as the day goes on. — Poppy Delevingne
The Dress Sayings By Brenna Yovanoff: Even in that black dress, even in the dark, Waverly was the brightest thing in Even in that black dress, even in the dark, Waverly was the brightest thing in the gym. — Brenna Yovanoff
The Dress Sayings By Raymond Ibrahim: If the infidels live among the Muslims, in accordance with the conditions set out by If the infidels live among the Muslims, in accordance with the conditions set out by the Prophet - there is nothing wrong with it provided they pay Jizya to the Islamic treasury. Other conditions are . . . that they do not renovate a church or a monastery, do not rebuild ones that were destroyed, that they feed for three days any Muslim who passes by their homes . . . that they rise when a Muslim wishes to sit, that they do not imitate Muslims in dress and speech, nor ride horses, nor own swords, nor arm themselves with any kind of weapon; that they do not sell wine, do not show the cross, do not ring church bells, do not raise their voices during prayer, that they shave their hair in front so as to make them easily identifiable, do not incite anyone against the Muslims, and do not strike a Muslim. . . . If they violate these conditions, they have no protection .40 — Raymond Ibrahim
The Dress Sayings By Anna Julia Cooper: The majority of colored men do not yet think it worth while that women aspire The majority of colored men do not yet think it worth while that women aspire to higher education ... The three R's, a littlemusic and a good deal of dancing, a first rate dress-maker and a bottle of magnolia balm, are quite enough generally to render charming any woman possessed of tact and the capacity for worshipping masculinity. — Anna Julia Cooper
The Dress Sayings By Robert B. Parker: Susan came down the hall in a white dress that fit her well. She looked Susan came down the hall in a white dress that fit her well. She looked like she was receiving an Academy Award for stunningness. I — Robert B. Parker
The Dress Sayings By Christopher Hitchens: I was to grow used to hearing, around New York, the annoying way in which I was to grow used to hearing, around New York, the annoying way in which people would say: 'Edward Said, such a suave and articulate and witty man,' with the unspoken suffix 'for a Palestinian.' It irritated him, too, naturally enough, but in my private opinion it strengthened him in his determination to be an ambassador or spokesman for those who lived in camps or under occupation (or both). He almost overdid the ambassadorial aspect if you ask me, being always just too faultlessly dressed and spiffily turned out. Fools often contrasted this attention to his tenue with his membership of the Palestine National Council, the then-parliament-in-exile of the people without a land. In fact, his taking part in this rather shambolic assembly was a kind of noblesse oblige: an assurance to his landsmen (and also to himself) that he had not allowed and never would allow himself to forget their plight. The downside of this noblesse was only to strike me much later on. — Christopher Hitchens
The Dress Sayings By Marc Trachtenberg: Style," the well-known historian Peter Gay once wrote, "is not the dress of thought but Style," the well-known historian Peter Gay once wrote, "is not the dress of thought but part of its essence. — Marc Trachtenberg
The Dress Sayings By Svetlana Chmakova: All right, let's consider some history here. I see a number of girls are wearing All right, let's consider some history here. I see a number of girls are wearing pants. This used to be frowned upon. In 1938, Helen Hulick was jailed for wearing slacks -- put behind bars.

Do you think society should have the right to jail or punish you for what you choose to wear? — Svetlana Chmakova
The Dress Sayings By Brandy Nacole: Glancing at Danika, I notice she isn't wearing her normal 'look at me, all proper' Glancing at Danika, I notice she isn't wearing her normal 'look at me, all proper' style. Instead she has on jeans, a red t-shirt with the image of a smiling mushroom on it, and a pair of tennis shoes.
"Wow, you look ... different."
She cast a peek down at her clothes. "This was always my preferred style, but I thought I had to dress prim and proper to be taken seriously. But you know what I realized when I met you?"
"What?"
She takes a step forward, placing her hand over my heart. "It's not about appearances, it's about heart. — Brandy Nacole
The Dress Sayings By Patricia Briggs: There are big bad wolves all over the world who tremble at the sound of There are big bad wolves all over the world who tremble at the sound of his name, yet a little puny coyote girl peanut-buttered the seat of Bran Cornick's car because he told her that she should wear a dress to perform for the pack. — Patricia Briggs
The Dress Sayings By Nicholas Sparks: She had been proud of his decision to serve his country, her heart bursting with She had been proud of his decision to serve his country, her heart bursting with love and admiration the first time she saw him outfitted in his dress blues. — Nicholas Sparks
The Dress Sayings By Jennifer Lawrence: The tabloid that said that I dressed up as a medieval, like a sexy medieval The tabloid that said that I dressed up as a medieval, like a sexy medieval something and that upset me more than the dating rumors that have been circling around that were fake. If somebody thinks I'm going to dress sexy to a costume party, they have another thing coming. — Jennifer Lawrence
The Dress Sayings By Daniel Keyes: The most important thing had always been what other people thought-appearances before herself or her The most important thing had always been what other people thought-appearances before herself or her family. And righteous about it. Time and again Matt had insisted that what others thought about you wasn't the only thing in life. But it did no good. Norma had to dress well; the house had to have fine furniture; Charlie had to be kept inside so that other people wouldn't know anything was wrong. — Daniel Keyes
The Dress Sayings By Marie Curie: I have no dress except the one I wear every day. If you are going I have no dress except the one I wear every day. If you are going to be kind enough to give me one, please let it be practical and dark so that I can put it on afterwards to go to the laboratory. — Marie Curie
The Dress Sayings By Cassandra Clare: Everything is ... so white.""Of course it's white," said Simon. "It's a wedding.""White for Shadowhunters Everything is ... so white."
"Of course it's white," said Simon. "It's a wedding."
"White for Shadowhunters is the color of funerals," Luke explained. "But for mundanes, Jace, it's the color of weddings. Brides wear white to symbolize their purity."
"I thought Jocelyn said her dress wasn't white," Simon said.
"Well," said Jace, "I suppose that ship has sailed."
Luke choked on his coffe. — Cassandra Clare
The Dress Sayings By James Joyce: He remembered well, with the curious patient memory of the celibate, the first casual caresses He remembered well, with the curious patient memory of the celibate, the first casual caresses her dress, her breath, her fingers had given him ... He remembered well her eyes, the touch of her hand and his delirium ... — James Joyce
The Dress Sayings By Mohsin Hamid: Our coerced silence is the weapon that has been sharpened and brought to our throats.This Our coerced silence is the weapon that has been sharpened and brought to our throats.
This is why Nawaz Sharif's statement in defence of Ahmadis met with such an angry response. Because the heart of the issue isn't whether Ahmadis are non-Muslims or not. The heart of the issue is whether Muslims can be silenced by fear.
Because if we can be silenced when it comes to Ahmadis, then we can be silenced when it comes to Shias, we can be silenced when it comes to women, we can be silenced when it comes to dress, we can be silenced when it comes to entertainment, and we can even be silenced when it comes to sitting by ourselves, alone in a room, afraid to think what we think.
That is the point. — Mohsin Hamid
The Dress Sayings By Upton Sinclair: The managers and superintendents and clerks of Packingtown were all recruited from another class, and The managers and superintendents and clerks of Packingtown were all recruited from another class, and never from the workers; they scorned the workers, the very meanest of them. A poor devil of a bookkeeper who had been working in Durham's for twenty years at a salary of six dollars a week, and might work there for twenty more and do no better, would yet consider himself a gentleman, as far removed as the poles from the most skilled worker on the killing beds; he would dress differently, and live in another part of the town, and come to work at a different hour of the day, and in every way make sure that he never rubbed elbows with a laboring man. Perhaps this was due to the repulsiveness of the work; at any rate, the people who worked with their hands were a class apart, and were made to feel it. — Upton Sinclair
The Dress Sayings By Brene Brown: You can't dress rehearse the bad moments. You can't dress rehearse the bad moments. — Brene Brown
The Dress Sayings By Karen Foxlee: There will be nothing to say something terrible has happened, but they will know it There will be nothing to say something terrible has happened, but they will know it all the same. Nothing will be found. Not a trace of the girl in the midnight dress. — Karen Foxlee
The Dress Sayings By Maya Rodale: You must have faith in the duke, and in true love."She groaned. "Easy for you You must have faith in the duke, and in true love."
She groaned. "Easy for you to say! You are not in a wedding dress laced so tightly as to make it impossible to breathe, uncertain if your groom will arrive before suffocating to death. Though perhaps that would be preferable to life after being jilted at the altar. — Maya Rodale
The Dress Sayings By Mickey Drexler: I think it's in my mind, and it's driven me my entire life, and it I think it's in my mind, and it's driven me my entire life, and it is to offer customers tasteful clothes at good value, meaning it lets the world - or more of the world - afford to dress well. — Mickey Drexler
The Dress Sayings By Erich Fromm: Most people see the problem of love primarily as that of being loved , rather Most people see the problem of love primarily as that of being loved , rather than that of loving , of one's capacity to love. Hence the problem to them is how to be loved, how to be lovable. In pursuit of this aim they follow several paths. One, which is especially used by men, is to be successful, to be as powerful and rich as the social margin of one's position permits. Another, used especially by women, is to make oneself attractive, by cultivating one's body, dress, etc ... Many of the ways to make oneself lovable are the same as those used to make oneself successful, to 'win friends and influence people'. As a matter of fact, what most people in our culture mean by being lovable is essentially a mixture between being popular and having sex appeal. — Erich Fromm
The Dress Sayings By Janet Mock: Femininity in general is seen as frivolous. People often say feminine people are doing "the Femininity in general is seen as frivolous. People often say feminine people are doing "the most", meaning that to don a dress, heels, lipstick, and big hair is artifice, fake, and a distraction. But I knew even as a teenager that my femininity was more than just adornments; they were extensions of me, enabling me to express myself and my identity. My body, my clothes, and my makeup are on purpose, just as I am on purpose. — Janet Mock
The Dress Sayings By Sherrilyn Kenyon: Oh," Cretia said, raking her with a smug sneer. "She's your bodyguard. I get it Oh," Cretia said, raking her with a smug sneer. "She's your bodyguard. I get it now. Makes sense, since she has more testosterone than both of you combined." She drifted off. Zarya glared at him as he finally released her. "You should have let me rip her hair out by the dyed roots." Maris tsked at her. "Oh please. The last thing you want to do is get her acidic blood on your beautiful dress. Think of the poor designer who'd curse you for the affront to his hard work." "Yes, — Sherrilyn Kenyon
The Dress Sayings By Milan Kundera: Through the magical power of a dress she could see herself imprisoned in a life Through the magical power of a dress she could see herself imprisoned in a life she did not want and would never again be able to leave. As if long ago, at the start of her adult life, she had had a choice among several possible lives and had ended up choosing the one that took her to France. And as if those other lives, rejected and abandoned, were still lying in wait for her and were jealously watching for her from their lairs. — Milan Kundera
The Dress Sayings By Tana French: My body my mind the way I dress the way I walk the way I My body my mind the way I dress the way I walk the way I talk, mine all mine. — Tana French
The Dress Sayings By Francis Quarles: The worldly wisdom of the foolish man Is like a sieve, that does alone retain The worldly wisdom of the foolish man Is like a sieve, that does alone retain The grosser substance of the worthless bran: But thou, my soul, let thy brave thoughts disdain So coarse a purchase: O be thou a fan To purge the chaff, and keep the winnow'd grain: Make clean thy thoughts, and dress thy mixt desires: Thou art Heav'n's tasker, and thy God requires The purest of thy flow'r, as well as of thy fires. — Francis Quarles
The Dress Sayings By Marc Forster: All movements begin and end, and all have been inspired by others that have come All movements begin and end, and all have been inspired by others that have come before them. They evolve and then deconstruct again. There are very few designers whose aesthetic I'm drawn to on a personal level. However, that's different from the ways in which I might dress the characters in my films. — Marc Forster
The Dress Sayings By George Catlin: An Indian's dress of deer skins, which is wet a hundred times upon his back, An Indian's dress of deer skins, which is wet a hundred times upon his back, dries soft; and his lodge also, which stands in the rains, and even through the severity of winter, is taken down as soft and as clean as when it was first put up. — George Catlin
The Dress Sayings By Amy Cook: So, you play Batman at night, and fix-it man during the day?" His nose wrinkled So, you play Batman at night, and fix-it man during the day?" His nose wrinkled in a way that was entirely too adorable for his tough guy demeanor. She didn't say a word about it though, knowing he'd never do it again if she pointed it out.

"Batman? Batman's a pathetic jelly donut. He's a little Richie Rich that prances 'round in fancy tights and dress up panties, too much of a wuss to do anythin' without a mask and a prepubescent scarecrow as a sidekick. — Amy Cook
The Dress Sayings By Douglas Coupland: I think if human beings had genuine courage, they'd wear their costumes every day of I think if human beings had genuine courage, they'd wear their costumes every day of the year, not just on Halloween. Wouldn't life be more interesting that way? And now that I think about it, why the heck don't they? Who made the rule that everybody has to dress like sheep 364 days of the year? Think of all the people you'd meet if they were in costume every day. People would be so much easier to talk to - like talking to dogs. — Douglas Coupland
The Dress Sayings By Tara Sivec: I think I'm going to wear blue to the wedding. I saw this gorgeous dress I think I'm going to wear blue to the wedding. I saw this gorgeous dress on sale at Macy's the other day. I think I have a coupon," Mom tells Liz.

"Oh hell no! I already told you I was going to wear blue, you whore. You can't wear the same color as me, that's tacky," Liz complains.

Oh my God, this is not happening right now.

"Fuck your mother. I'm wearing blue. I already found my dress," Mom argues.

"I'm the mother of the bride. The mother of the f**king bride! That means it's up to me!" Liz fires back.

"Claire, I think you would look lovely in blue," Tyler pipes in.

Mom turns to face Tyler and folds her arms on top of the table. "When I'm finished neutering you, I'm going to take your tiny little neuticles and light them on fire. — Tara Sivec
The Dress Sayings By Victoria Alexander: I think it's your bosoms." Rand Surveyed him critically. "The dress wouldn't be as tight I think it's your bosoms." Rand Surveyed him critically. "The dress wouldn't be as tight if they weren;t so large. I think your bosoms are too big."
Alexei looked down at his overstuffed chest. "Can bosoms ever be too big?"
Not real bosoms perhaps, but I think in your case ... " Rand considered him thoughtfully. "No question about it: they're definately too big"
Are you sure?" Alexei studied his reflection. "I thought they were just the right size for a man of my height. — Victoria Alexander
The Dress Sayings By Rachel Vincent: Um, Faythe?" Marc reached for my arm, and a small grin turned up one corner Um, Faythe?" Marc reached for my arm, and a small grin turned up one corner of his beautiful mouth. "As my first official piece of advice to the new Alpha, let me suggest that you put on some pants. And maybe a shirt." His grin grew and pulled me closer to whisper in my ear, while Jace watched us stiffly from across the room. "While the look definitely works for me, I'm thinking the other Alphas might take you more seriously if you dress the part. — Rachel Vincent
The Dress Sayings By Steve Harvey: To us, your power comes from one simple thing: you're a woman, and we men To us, your power comes from one simple thing: you're a woman, and we men will do
anything humanly possible to impress you so that, ultimately, we can be with you. You're the driving force behind why we wake up every day. Men go out and get jobs and hustle to make
money because of women. We drive fancy cars because of women. We dress nice, put on cologne, get haircuts and try to look all shiny and new for you. We do all of this because the more our game is stepped up, the more of you we get. You're the ultimate prize to us. — Steve Harvey
The Dress Sayings By Jenny Offill: My friend laughs. "I don't think they go with the way you dress." How do My friend laughs. "I don't think they go with the way you dress." How do I dress? I wonder. Like a bus driver is the answer. — Jenny Offill
The Dress Sayings By Brenda Sutton Rose: My mama steps out of her dressand drops it, an inheritance falling to my feet.She My mama steps out of her dress
and drops it, an inheritance falling to my feet.
She stands alone: bathed, blooming,
burdened with nothing of this world.
Her body is naked and beautiful,
her wings gray and scorched,
her brown eyes piercing the brown of mine.
I watch her departure, her flapping wings:
She doesn't look back, not even once,
not even to whisper my name — Brenda Sutton Rose
The Dress Sayings By Caitlin Doughty: They say you can put lipstick on a pig and it's still a pig. The They say you can put lipstick on a pig and it's still a pig. The same holds true for a dead body. Put lipstick on a corpse and you've played dress-up with a corpse. — Caitlin Doughty
The Dress Sayings By Jeff Hardy: Let me fill you in on a few of my beliefs. First of all, I Let me fill you in on a few of my beliefs. First of all, I believe that I'll dress the way I want and I'll act the way I want. But most importantly, these fans don't just look at me for my appearance, they love me for what's on the inside. — Jeff Hardy
The Dress Sayings By Kitty Mulholland: I looked across at Alex and a wicked twinkle appeared in his eyes."How is it I looked across at Alex and a wicked twinkle appeared in his eyes.
"How is it that you're still so sexy after all this time?" he mused.
I shrugged my shoulders and raised an eyebrow but remained
silent, a lascivious smile creeping across my features. I teased the
strap of my dress slightly off the shoulder and he growled. He dipped
a hand underneath the table and reached for my knee, pushing my
dress up as far as he could. It appeared he had just remembered that I
had chosen not to wear any underwear. I quickly devoured the last of
the Champagne as the waitress appeared and ushered us to our table. — Kitty Mulholland
The Dress Sayings By Christine Feehan: Mikhail seated himself across the small table from her, his eyes drifting lazily, possessively, over Mikhail seated himself across the small table from her, his eyes drifting lazily, possessively, over her alluring curves. "Why do you dress in men's clothes?" he asked.
"She laughed, soft and melodious, and her eyes lit with mischief. "Because I knew it would annoy you."
He threw his head back and laughed.

-Mikhail & Raven — Christine Feehan
The Dress Sayings By Israelmore Ayivor: True blessing comes in the dress of sweats, never delaying to wave bye to the True blessing comes in the dress of sweats, never delaying to wave bye to the excuses and procrastination. True blessing lies in hard work! — Israelmore Ayivor
The Dress Sayings By Celeste Ng: All their lives Nath had understood, better than anyone, the lexicon of their family, the All their lives Nath had understood, better than anyone, the lexicon of their family, the things they could never truly explain to outsiders: that a book or a dress meant more than something to read or something to wear; that attention came with expectations that - like snow - drifted and settled and crushed you with their weight. All the words were right, but in this new Nath's voice, they sounded trivial and brittle and hollow. The way anyone else might have heard them. Already her brother had become a stranger. — Celeste Ng
The Dress Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: I could see that the whole idea and business of Childhood was nothing guaranteed. It I could see that the whole idea and business of Childhood was nothing guaranteed. It seemed to me, in fact, like something more or less invented by white people and stuck onto the front end of grown-up life like a frill on a dress. — Barbara Kingsolver
The Dress Sayings By Serenity Woods: Josh stared at Kate. She was watching the happy couple, smiling. The warm spring breeze Josh stared at Kate. She was watching the happy couple, smiling. The warm spring breeze caught her hair and ruffled it like a shining curtain in an open window. It also caught her dress, flipping up the front and giving him an eyeful of long, slender thigh. He could remember planting kisses up that thigh, listening to her sighs as he refused to stop there. She looked ravishing, and all of a sudden he felt a surge of naughtiness, like a schoolboy passing an open box of sweets.

He walked up to her, holding a handful of confetti. Slowly he pulled the front of her dress forward and stuffed the paper in the bodice, his fingers lingering against her warm, slightly damp skin. Then he patted the red satin carefully flat. Probably for slightly longer than was necessary. — Serenity Woods
The Dress Sayings By Anonymous: What if the police couldn't tell a loyal person just by color? What if there What if the police couldn't tell a loyal person just by color? What if there were enough people around who looked white but were really enemies of official society so that the cops couldn't tell whom to beat and whom to let off? What would they do then? They would begin to "enforce the law impartially," as the liberals say, beating only those who "deserve" it. But, as Anatole France noted, the law, in its majestic equality, forbids both rich and poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread. The standard that normally governs police behavior is wealth and its external manifestations - dress, speech, etc. At the present time, the class bias of the law is partially repressed by racial considerations; the removal of those considerations would give it free rein. Whites who are poor would find themselves on the receiving end of police justice as black people now do. — Anonymous
The Dress Sayings By Gianfranco Ferre: The design of a dress, furniture, a house, a room, a street and a city The design of a dress, furniture, a house, a room, a street and a city are all the same process. — Gianfranco Ferre
The Dress Sayings By Grimes: Obviously, I like things that are cute and aggressive at the same time, but I Obviously, I like things that are cute and aggressive at the same time, but I didn't want it to just be mini-bangs and lip-syncing in a dress. I need to get away from that stuff. — Grimes
The Dress Sayings By Niccolo Machiavelli: The evening being come, I return home and go to my study; at the entrance The evening being come, I return home and go to my study; at the entrance I pull off my peasant-clothes, covered with dust and dirt, and put on my noble court dress, and thus becomingly re-clothed I pass into the ancient courts of the men of old, where, being lovingly received by them, I am fed with that food which is mine alone; where I do not hesitate to speak with them, and to ask for the reason of their actions, and they in their benignity answer me; and for four hours I feel no weariness, I forget every trouble, poverty does not dismay, death does not terrify me; I am possessed entirely by those great men. — Niccolo Machiavelli
The Dress Sayings By Sarah Rees Brennan: Unfortunately, the headlights of the car were bright enough for them to see Mae's outfit Unfortunately, the headlights of the car were bright enough for them to see Mae's outfit quite clearly.
"Oh my God," said Nick, and shut his eyes. Jamie gave a small, nervous laugh.
"What?" Mae demanded. "Alan told us that we were supposed to dress as we truly are!"
"And you felt that what you truly are is a Christmas tree with too much tinsel." Nick grinned. "Huh. — Sarah Rees Brennan
The Dress Sayings By James Patterson: Tears were dripping onto my dress, but I wasn't making any sound. There was no Tears were dripping onto my dress, but I wasn't making any sound. There was no sound to express thid kind of pain.
I didn't want to move, didn't want to do anything. Fang was not waiting for me out in the living room. Tomorrow morning, when I woke up, Fang would still be gone. — James Patterson
The Dress Sayings By Sophia Loren: A woman's dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the A woman's dress should be like a barbed-wire fence: serving its purpose without obstructing the view. — Sophia Loren
The Dress Sayings By Allen Ginsberg: The grime was no man's grime but death and human locomotives,all that dress of dust, The grime was no man's grime but death and human locomotives,
all that dress of dust, that veil of darkened railroad skin, that smog of cheek, that eyelid of black mis'ry, that sooty hand or phallus or protuberance of artificial worse-than-dirt - industrial - modern - all that civilization spotting your crazy golden crown
and those blear thoughts of death and dusty loveless eyes and ends and withered roots below, in the home-pile of sand and sawdust, rubber dollar bills, skin of machinery, the guts and innards of the weeping coughing car, the empty lonely tincans with their rusty tongues alack, what more could I name, the smoked ashes of some cock cigar, the cunts of wheelbarrows and the milky breasts of cars, wornout asses out of chairs & sphincters of dynamos - all these
entangled in your mummied roots - and you there standing before me in the sunset, all your glory in your form! — Allen Ginsberg
The Dress Sayings By Anne Wagener: I imagine the field day we'd have with this in gender studies class. Our desks I imagine the field day we'd have with this in gender studies class. Our desks in a circle, we'd huddle forward and rant: So this is the baseline of femininity. The place where being bestowed certain chromosomes will ultimately take you. This is the dream that's been pounded into us. Find the guy. Find the dress. Or hell, maybe the other way around. The Disney Princesses told us so. But this isn't college. This is my job. — Anne Wagener
The Dress Sayings By Robert Benchley: There are several natural phenomena which I shall have to have explained to me before There are several natural phenomena which I shall have to have explained to me before I can keep on going as a resident member ofthe human race. One is the metamorphosis which hats and suits undergo exactly one week after their purchase, whereby they are changed from smart, intensely becoming articles of apparel into something children use when they want to dress up like daddy. — Robert Benchley
The Dress Sayings By Jackie French Koller: So what do we do, dress up like orderlies and sneak him out in the So what do we do, dress up like orderlies and sneak him out in the laundry cart?"
"Something like that."
"Oh, c'mon, Spence, that routine is as old as the Three Stooges."
"Probably older," said Spence, laughing. "Actually I was thinking of something a little less dramatic."
"Like what?"
"Like just walking out with him."
Denny stared at Spence, then shook her head. "In one of the big hospitals in New York you might get away with that," she said, "but in a little tiny hospital like Down East Community, it'll never work."
"It might, if he's dressed like a woman," said Spence.
Denny thought for a minute, then nodded. "Maybe," she said. "But where are we going to get clothes to fit him? My mom and your mom are way too thin."
Spence smiled. "Miss Lizzie," he said.
Denny's eyes opened wide. "Miss Lizzie? Do you really think she'll do it?"
"She's waiting for us right now at the edge of town," said Spence. — Jackie French Koller
The Dress Sayings By Ronald J. Sider: Advertisers regularly con us into believing that we genuinely need one luxury after another. We Advertisers regularly con us into believing that we genuinely need one luxury after another. We are convinced that we must keep up with or even go one better than our neighbors. So we buy another dress, sports jacket or sports car and thereby force up the standard of living. The ever more affluent standard of living is the god of twentieth century North America and the adman is its prophet. — Ronald J. Sider