Return to a simpler life, and you will see that behind the expensive cars, the fashionable clothes, the empty celebrities, the fancy houses and the thick layers of make-up life has real meaning. Behind all the lies there is a deep well of wisdom that we can all drink from, and grow wiser, healthier and happier.— Varg Vikernes
Heartwarming Expensive Clothes quotations
And I want women to be modest in their appearance.
They should wear decent and appropriate clothing and not draw attention to themselves by the way they fix their hair or by wearing gold or pearls or expensive clothes. For women who claim to be devoted to God should make themselves attractive by the good things they do.
I know it's not clothes that make women beautiful or otherwise, nor beauty care, nor expensive creams, nor the distinction of costliness of their finery. I know the problem lies elsewhere. I don't know where. I only know it isn't where women think.
Tombs are the clothes of the dead and a grave is a plain suit;
while an expensive monument is one with embroidery.
I hate the word 'cheap'. People are cheap. Clothing is either expensive or inexpensive.
To reinvent a newly impeccable you in the most modern of outfits, don't skip on makeup and be sure to have flawless skin and hair. That will have more impact than expensive clothes.
Some say the economy means that you have to persuade people to invest in clothes - to buy less things but more expensive things. I disagree - invest in jewelry, or a house, maybe, but not in fashion.
I cap myself when I shop; I don't like to spend extravagant amounts on clothes. But, I do get lent clothes for events, it's scary to wear something so expensive, but I feel really pampered.
The first and most important thing for me is that people feel how beautiful fashion can be and that it is not just a case of well-made and expensive clothes. Fashion is so rich and it is such an amazing occupation because we can draw on so many different sources of inspiration - just as a hummingbird feeds on a multitude of flowers.
I can't say I prefer blondes, brunettes, or redheads.
I like emotion and elegance. Even expensive clothes do not guarantee a good look. You must be yourself above all!
Today the devil as a wolf in supposedly a new suit of sheep’s clothing is enticing some men to parrot his line by advocating planned government guaranteed security at the expense of our liberties.
Don't use expensive clothes as a screen for your personal doubts. Be proud of yourself
I don't waste money on smart, expensive clothes.
You can be the chicest thing in the world in a T-shirt and jeans - it's up to you.
Clothes are expensive. You have to buy them, and to buy them, you have to believe in them.
Wool, cotton, and the odd bits of silk and cashmere are the only acceptable materials for Prep clothes. They look better. They require professional maintenance. They are more expensive.
There are two types of girls: those that can make cheap clothes look expensive and those that make designer clothes look cheap.
Expensive clothes are a waste of money.
I wasn't one to go out and buy a new car and stereo system and expensive clothes. My mom helped keep me grounded.
You don't have to wear expensive clothes to look good.
I think counseling is really important and we always love going and feel so much better after. I think everyone should go. People are like, 'It's so expensive' and this or that, but it's more important than buying clothes or a handbag or shoes. It's your life.
When you grow up in Bel Air and shop only in expensive boutiques on Rodeo and Robertson, you develop a kind of allergy to anything unpretty -clothes, cars... even people... you start thinking that if you hang around unattractive people, their homeliness can be contagious.
You don't need really expensive clothes to look cute.
I have a wardrobe full of expensive clothes, but wear the same two T-shirts.
I've never found a look.
Luxury is the ease of a t-shirt in a very expensive dress.
Each year, several million people are looking for new clothes.
The fashion they are looking at cannot be too expensive, but it has to be stylish.
I was never a big fashion person, and so I'm sure I wore whatever.
I was growing, and so I just wore whatever clothes that weren't that expensive and made sense at the time. But I'm sure that I look back and say, 'What was I thinking?' My adolescence was more in the '80s, and that's more my cross to bear.
SM is an art. Doing it well requires more than a bag full of expensive whips and exotic electrical toys, a closet full of fetish clothes, or a basement filled with bondage furniture.
Do not choose for your friends and familiar acquaintance those that are of an estate or quality too much above yours...You will hereby accustom yourselves to live after their rate in clothes, in habit, and in expenses, whereby you will learn a fashion and rank of life above your degree and estate, which will in the end be your undoing.
Women are in bondage; their clothes are a great hindrance to their engaging in any business which will make them pecuniarily independent, and since the soul of womanhood never can be queenly and noble so long as it must beg bread for its body, is it not better, even at the expense of a vast deal of annoyance, that they whose lives deserve respect and are greater than their garments should give an example by which woman may more easily work out her own emancipation?
If you have one article of clothing that's very expensive, you don't have to have the whole ensemble and look like a Christmas tree. To wear the clothes, to not let them wear you. And to really remember that clothes are beautiful. It's like are you gonna wear something that people say: "Oh that's a great blouse." Or are you gonna wear something that people say: "Oh you look great today.." .
I wish that real estate were cheaper and clothes were more expensive.
I would say, if you're buying less expensive clothes, buy two sizes bigger. They'll hang better.
I always tell women, "Get in front of a mirror, know your body.
" Don't think, "OK, I'm going to lose five pounds and I'm going to gain five pounds." Try to find an acceptance in the present and buy things that make you feel good. I would say, if you're buying less expensive clothes, buy two sizes bigger. They'll hang better.
I've always saved. I believe in keeping money back for a rainy day and living within my means. I don't buy expensive clothes; I have a 10-year-old car I'm hoping to replace when a big job comes in. I suppose when we do go on family holidays, I am quite happy to spend when we are there.