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Since 1987, when I got my first one, I've been wearing a clock around my neck 24/7. You feel me? 24/7.
If I see myself on a worst-dressed list - and I've been on many of them - I tend to have low self esteem for 24 hours. I just like to feel comfortable, and I like being excited about whatever it is I'm wearing. I hate subjecting myself to that kind of criticism!
The pleasure of jogging and running is rather like that of wearing a fur coat in Texas in August: the true joy comes in being able to take the damn thing off.
I try not to wear anything I have to fidget with - there's nothing worse than wearing something and pulling down the hem and re-adjusting the top. My pet hate is when girls wear those strapless dresses and spend the whole night yanking them up.
I was on holiday recently and I came home to find that one of the papers here had 'bikini'd' me on the beach. I was wearing a grossly unflattering costume and they had published photographs of me taken from behind. I looked dreadful. I went into our local newsagent and bought up every copy.
I have a great body, I really do. But I want to be taken seriously as an artist, and wearing anything that shows it off will be a distraction from the music. That's how my signature uniform, my tuxedo, came about. It's classic and timeless. You'll see me in black, white, and a pop of color on my lips. That pop adds a little magic.
In the '60s not everybody was wearing flowers in their hair and flowing caftans.
If someone realises the piece they are wearing is inspired by me then it only broadens my audience.
They that are against superstition oftentimes run into it of the wrong side. If I wear all colors but black, then I am superstitious in not wearing black.
Fashion is about owning whatever you're wearing, regardless of if it's a high fashion statement or not.
It is torment to be segregated out because of some bit of clothing that you're wearing.
I was curious and hungry at a young age, and jazz was such a mystery to me, an ocean where you can express yourself in the moment. It represented freedom, it represented wearing wings and going somewhere with music.
I can't stand wearing the same clothes all day. It makes me insane. I like to dress for the afternoon and for dinner.
Dita Von Teese
I really enjoy watching people like Madonna, or Cher, or Barbra Streisand on the red carpet. I want to see people wearing exciting things that are different and to know that they're not just looking for the latest, most normal thing.
Dita Von Teese
Adolescence isn't just about prom or wearing sparkly dresses.
Dresses, I find, are impractical in social situations, but I enjoy wearing them a great deal on stage.
If high heels were so wonderful, men would be wearing them.
I wanted so badly to study ballet, but it was really all about wearing the tutu.
I can be quite daring with my clothes but I believe that you have to feel comfortable and confident to carry off whatever it is you're wearing.
Girl power is about loving yourself and having confidence and strength from within, so even if you're not wearing a sexy outfit, you feel sexy.
Growing up, I was very conservative in my wardrobe, so when I first joined the Pussycat Dolls, the biggest challenge was wearing those cabaret costumes. I didn't feel comfortable showing my body so much, showing my legs and butt, chest and midriff.
I love wearing flat shoes, but I am not one of those girls who walks around in sweat pants and sneakers.
I'm amazed when I see mothers wearing high heels. If your kids run off you can't run after them.
Personally, all I ever want to be wearing are jeans.
I'm not eager to jump into marriage again. I'm in the corner right now, wearing my dunce cap. That area is obviously a nightmare.
Lisa Marie Presley
I've tried wearing more than one ring on one hand and it doesn't look good. It's overkill, I think. So I think a ring on either hand. Nine times out of ten I'll go for pinky rings, but not always.
A lot of people look back ten years ago and go, 'Why was I wearing that?' I look back a year ago and say the same thing. The craziest outfit I ever wore was this white suit that I wore to an awards show in L.A. that I teamed with yellow shoes. It was interesting. It popped.
I remember when I was growing up, I always wore glasses and so if I was on-stage or just being able to move around playing sports, I was never really able to because I had glasses holding me back. Wearing contacts has just been very helpful.
I've always loved the idea of changing myself, wearing costumes and disguises. It takes you back to being a kid, to dressing up.
That came from my mother. She was the biggest influence on my life. I remember once refusing to get on a bus with her because she was wearing a mink, and I thought we should be taking a taxi. She just said, 'Who cares what people think?' and I remember sitting on that bus, being utterly embarrassed, but knowing somehow that she was totally correct.
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