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81,778.  You can say what you like about long dresses, but they cover a multitude of shins.  (Multitude & Clothes)  Mae West

 

 

5,295.  I keep my house tidy, because then I can think clearly.  I feel the same about myself.  Presenting yourself well is a working-class thing - my dad was a printer, but he wore a tie most days.  The ungroomed look belongs more to the middle classes.  (Working Class & Clothes)  Gary Kemp

 

 

6,308.  I wore black because I liked it.  I still do, and wearing it still means something to me.  It’s still my symbol of rebellion – against a stagnant status quo, against our hypocritical houses of God, against people whose minds are closed to others’ ideas.  (Self & Protest & Clothes & Rebellion & Music)  Johnny Cash

 

 

6,936.  You can never be overdressed or overeducated.  (Education & Clothes)  Oscar Wilde

 

 

73,814.  It takes forty dumb animals to make a fur coat, but only one to wear it.  (Cloth & Coat)  Slogan & campaign poster 1980s, attributed to David Bailey

 

 

21,750.  Well I ain’t rich but at least I dress well.  (GBH Films & Clothes)  Kojak: The Marcus-Nelson Murders 1973 [Kojak pilot episode] starring Telly Savalas & Ned Beatty & Marjoe Gortner & Jose Ferrer & Allen Garfield & Lorraine Gary & Roger Robinson Harrriet Karr et al, director Joseph Sargent, Kojak

 

 

21,996.  This is a snakeskin jacket.  And for me it’s a symbol of my individuality.  And my belief in personal freedom.  (GBH Films & Clothes)  Wild at Heart 1990 starring Nicolas Cage and Laura Dern & Willem Dafoe & J E Freeman & Crispin Glover & Diane Ladd & Isabella Rossellini & Harry Dean Stanton et al, director David Lynch, him to punk

 

 

23,000.  Senator, just one more thing – love your suit.  (Murder & Clothes & Cannibalism)  The Silence of the Lambs 1991 starring Jodie Foster & Anthony Hopkins & Scott Glen & Ted Levine & Anthony Heald & Brooke Smith & Diane Baker & Kasi Lemmons & Frankie Fraison & Tracey Walter et al, director Jonathan Demme, Lecter

 

 

23,761.  Clothes are important.  Make you what you are.  (GBH Films & Clothes)  The Krays 1990 starring Martin Kemp & Gary Kemp & Billie Whitelaw & Tom Bell & Steven Berkoff & Susan Fleetwood & Charlotte Cornwell & Kate Hardie & Avis Bunnage & Alfred Lynch & Gary Love & Jimmy Jewel et al, director Peter Medak, Ronnie to boys

 

 

23,894.  Higher Cat:  We find clothes to be a distraction from the pursuit of spiritual and intellectual fulfilment.

 

Cat:  Really?  I find spiritual and intellectual fulfilment to be a distraction from the pursuit of clothes.  (Science Fiction & Clothes)  Red Dwarf V: Demons & Angels s5e5, Kryten

 

 

24,198.  We have heard that you use females – clothed females.  (Star Trek & Clothes)  Star Trek: The Next Generation: The Battle s1e9, DaiMon Bok the Ferengi on bridge

 

 

24,619.  I still prefer a Ferengi female who never wears clothes, never talks back and never plays Tongo.  (Star Trek & Clothes & Female)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Rules of Acquisition s2e7, Rom

 

 

24,629.  Well look at you – you’re wearing clothes.  (Star Trek & Clothes)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Rules of Acquisition s2e7,  Quark to female Ferengi

 

 

24,834.  And women wore less.  (Star Trek & Clothes)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Trials And Tribble-ations s5e6 ***** Dax decked in Enterprise garb

 

 

24,874.  A clothed female – how titillating.  (Star Trek & Clothes)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Business As Usual s5e18, Gaila

 

 

24,978.  Three days ago I added a new amendment to the Ferengi Bill of Opportunities giving females the right to wear clothes.  (Star Trek & Clothes)  Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Profit and Lace s6e23, Grand Nagus Zek to Quark et al

 

 

30,154.  The demand for cheap and cheerful clothing was on the rise.  (Great Britain & England & Clothes)  Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: The Great Rising 4/8

 

 

30,987.  Women’s knickers haven’t been invented yet.  (England & Women & Clothes)  Dr Lucy Worsley, Harlots, Housewives and Heroines: A 17th Century History for Girls III: Act Three: At Work and at Play

 

 

31,003.  A beautifully tied cravat was the most important part of the dandy’s uniform.  (England & Great Britain & Fashion & Clothes)  Dr Lucy Worsley, Elegance and Decadence: The Age of the Regency 1/3

 

 

31,077.  If the Pimpernel does finally reveal himself I don’t want to be caught out wearing boring trousers.  (England & George IV & Clothes)  Curtis & Elton, Blackadder III: Nob & Nobility, Prince Regent

 

31,078.  The ancient Greeks, sir, wrote in legend of a terrible container in which all the evils of the world were trapped.  How prophetic they were.  All they got wrong was the name: they called it Pandora’s Box, when of course they meant Baldrick’s trousers.  (England & George IV & Clothes)  ibid.  Blackadder to Prince Regent, with Baldrick

 

31,079.  I charge you now, Baldrick, for the good of all mankind never allow curiosity to lead you to open your trousers.  Nothing of interest lies therein.  (England & George IV & Clothes)  ibid.  Blackadder

 

 

32,347.  People who walk around with their buttons undone are cads.  (George VI & Clothes)  Bertie and Elizabeth 2002 starring James Wilby & Juliet Aubrey & Alan Bates & Eileen Atkins & Dolly Wells & William Mickleburgh & Charles Edwards & Alexandra Staden et al, director Giles Foster, George V to Bertie

 

 

41,457.  It doesn’t matter about money; having it, not having it.  Or having clothes, or not having them.  You’re still left alone with yourself in the end.  (Money & Clothes)  Billy Idol

 

 

45,474.  Jean Harlow: Hell’s Angels (1930): ‘Would you be shocked if I put on something more comfortable?’  (Film & Clothes & Actor)  Screen Goddesses: Arena ***** BBC 2012

 

 

46,824.  I arrived in England in just the clothes I stood up in.  I’m going back with the best wardrobe of gear Carnaby Street can offer.  (Music & Rock & Guitar & Clothes)  Jimi Hendrix: Voodoo Child

 

 

48,040.  These things are called looms for spinning cloth with.  The noise levels are terrific.  Can you imagine what it must have been like in a room with fifteen hundred of these things all going at the same time for sixteen hours a day?  (Steam & Engine & Cloth)  Fred Dibnahs Age of Steam: Driving the Wheels of Industry

 

 

49,216.  I guess the big thing is that I don’t buy anything first-hand.  It’s a personal policy I have for all sorts of reasons.  If you research to the textile industry yourself, you’ll know why.  I came to it personally.  (Textile & Clothes)  Ezra Miller

 

 

48,201.  The mills also revolutionised how Americans dressed.  (United States & Slavery & Cotton & South & Industrial Revolution & Factory & Manufacturing & Clothes)  America: The Story of the US: Division

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