Elegance is not catching somebody's eyes, it's staying in somebody's memory— Giorgio Armani
Cheering Elegant quotations
Individuality will always be one of the conditions of real elegance
Elegance must be the right combination of distinction, naturalness, care and simplicity. Outside this, believe me, there is no elegance. Only pretension.
Error never shows itself in its naked reality, in order not to be discovered.
On the contrary, it dresses elegantly, so that the unwary may be led to believe that it is more truthful than truth itself.
Elegance doesn’t mean being noticed, it means being remembered
Elegance is when the inside is as beautiful as the outside.
Surviving is important. Thriving is elegant.
Real elegance is everywhere, especially in the things that don't show.
Elegance is the only beauty that never fades.
Without elegance of the heart, there is no elegance.
Dress shabbily and they remember the dress; dress impeccably and they remember the woman.
Make the impossible possible, the possible easy, the easy elegant.
You can never take too much care over the choice of your shoes.
Too many women think that they are unimportant, but the real proof of an elegant woman is what is on her feet.
Elegance and comfort are not incompatible, and whoever maintains the contrary simply doesn't know what he's talking about
Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are.
The police can go to downtown Harlem and pick up a kid with a joint in the streets. But they can't go into the elegant apartments and get a stockbroker who's sniffing cocaine.
Intellectual elegance [is] a mind that is continually refining itself with education and knowledge. Intellectual elegance is the opposite of intellectual vulgarity.
Elegance is not the prerogative of those who have just escaped from adolescence, but of those who have already taken possession of their future.
Like the entomologist in search of colorful butterflies, my attention has chased in the gardens of the grey matter cells with delicate and elegant shapes, the mysterious butterflies of the soul, whose beating of wings may one day reveal to us the secrets of the mind.
Elegance is a statement, an attitude. Elegant women are women of character with confidence.
Grooming is the secret of real elegance.
The best clothes, the most wonderful jewels, the most glamorous beauty don't count without good grooming.
What affected me most profoundly was the realization that the sciences of cryptography and mathematics are very elegant, pure sciences. I found that the ends for which these pure sciences are used are less elegant.
When you first start off trying to solve a problem, the first solutions you come up with are very complex, and most people stop there. But if you keep going, and live with the problem and peel more layers of the onion off, you can often times arrive at some very elegant and simple solutions.
It takes a touch of genius - and a lot of courage to move in the opposite direction.
I think all women have a certain elegance about them which is destroyed when they take off their clothes.
The only real elegance is in the mind; if you've got that, the rest really comes from it.
Elegance does not catch the eye. It stays in memory.
Elegance and honesty are two mandatory parameters for any human production.
The cigar is the perfect complement to an elegant lifestyle.
Madame Michel has the elegance of the hedgehog: on the outside she is covered in quills, a real fortress, but my gut feeling is that on the inside, she has the same simple refinement as the hedgehog: a deceptively indolent little creature, fiercely solitary--and terrible elegant.
Poetry is at least an elegance and at most a revelation.
Whenever vanity and gaiety, a love of pomp and dress, furniture, equipage, buildings, great company, expensive diversions, and elegant entertainments get the better of the principles and judgments of men and women, there is no knowing where they will stop, nor into what evils, natural, moral, or political, they will lead us.
Nothing is more pleasant than to see a pretty woman, her napkin well placed under her arms, one of her hands on the table, while the other carries to her mouth, the choice piece so elegantly carved.
He had never looked forward to the wisdom and other vaunted benefits of old age.
Would he be able to die young—and if possible free of all pain? A graceful death—as a richly patterned kimono, thrown carelessly across a polished table, slides unobtrusively down into the darkness of the floor beneath. A death marked by elegance.
If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor.