To the barefoot man, happiness is a pair of shoes. To the man with old shoes, it's a pair of new shoes. To the man with new shoes, it's stylish shoes. And of course, the fellow with no feet would be happy to be barefoot. Measure your life by what you have not by what you don't.— Michael Josephson
Revolutionary Stylish quotations
I am attracted to people who make this effort in knowing what suits them - they are individual and stylish.
You will never be stylish if you don't take risks.
I think you are born chic. You cannot be chic. It is something you cannot learn.
Style is something very individual, very personal, and in their own unique way, I believe everyone is stylish.
You can make jeans and a t-shirt super stylish. It's what you make of it, you know?
I want my handbags and my shoes to be stylish but I want to make sure that they're versatile. I travel and I have to make sure the pieces I put into my bag can go with a dress or with shorts or jeans.
There's always room for improvement.
You don't decide you're hip. It just happens that way.
Fashion should be stylish and fun.
I really get inspired by stylish girls around the world that I see on the street. Colors, patterns, throughout my travels, whatever catches my eye.
Great style means having a point of view, but evolving your look is even more important. Rushing to embrace every trend will leave you fashionable, but not stylish
I'm so not stylish by nature, but I've learned to work with what I have.
Femininity is not just lipstick, stylish hairdos, and trendy clothes.
It is the divine adornment of humanity. It finds expression in your qualities of your capacity to love, your spirituality, delicacy, radiance, sensitivity, creativity, charm, graciousness, gentleness, dignity, and quiet strength.
The essential test of design is how well it assists the understanding of the content, not how stylish it is.
Fashion is just something money can buy.
People who are stylish are free and have no fear in staying true to themselves. Plus, style is infinitely more interesting.
One would like to be grand and heroic, if one could;
but if not, why try at all? One wants to be very something, very great, very heroic; or if not that, then at least very stylish and very fashionable. It is this everlasting mediocrity that bores me.
When I was growing up, there were so many things I thought were stylish.
Jabo jeans, V Bombers, Clarks, Vikings, Nugget watches, Lee pants with the patches, leather hats - which I still wear now. All hip-hop stuff, all South Bronx stuff.
A good man often appears gauche simply because he does not take advantage of the myriad mean little chances of making himself look stylish. Preferring truth to form, he is not constantly at work upon the facade of his appearance.
I like stylish men although I'm someone who sees a man who's not dressed right and think what I could do with him to make him cute. I'm a typical Jewish woman like that.
I wanted to give men an accessible line of clothing that's comfortable yet stylish and will help them to present the best version of themselves. It's easy - when you look good, you feel good.
Anyone who is confident in themselves is much more stylish.
The French are a smallish, monkey-looking bunch and not dressed any better, on average, than the citizens of Baltimore. True, you can sit outside in Paris and drink little cups of coffee, but why this is more stylish than sitting inside and drinking large glasses of whiskey I don't know.
Times change. The vices of your age are stylish today.
I like to be stylish and edgy, but also low maintenance.
There's always room for improvement, but the judges are looking for big airs and stylish tricks.
I don't care how stylish something is if it doesn't flatter me.
Good design, at least part of the time, includes the criterion of being direct in relation to the problem at hand - not obscure, trendy, or stylish. A new language, visual or verbal, must be couched in a language that is already understood.
I think my daughter actually influences my style more than having boys.
I tend to dress more masculine with pants or shorts or flat boots, and she makes me want to dress more stylish, more girly.
I like comfortable clothes. Most men in the world wear T-shirts every day and jeans. I wanted to always put my street style to the high fashion looks and just make it comfortable and make it look stylish.
I have been into bodies and fitness, so I am very critical about how a body should look in terms of flaunting it. I would never fall down and roll and do a cleavage shot - I have seen those in Bollywood films, and those are things I cannot tolerate. I wouldn't do that. That's not me - I'd rather look sharp and sexy and stylish just doing a walk.
When I'm in the street, the only people I notice are usually at least 70 years old, because they look really stylish.
Occasionally, in times of worry, I've longed to be stylish, but on second thought I say no-just let me be myself-and express rough, yet true things with rough workmanship.
I was never comfortable because I was always trying to wear what was trendy, but it never felt right on my body or in my skin. It felt wrong. I was finally like, hey, fashion and style can be just about self-expresession, about what makes you feel stylish.
The first thing I bought that was really stylish was in 1969 when I was eleven.
I saved up for a black, grey and white tie-dye grandad vest. It was too big - they weren't catering for kids my age - and hung off me, but I loved it.