"Good clothes open all doors"- Thomas Fuller

"A gentleman will take care that his clothes are of the best quality, well-made and suitable to his rank and position"- Prince Albert

"Eat what you like, but dress for other people- Benjamin Franklin

"There comes a time in every man's life when they must ultimately dress their age"- Gian DeCaro

"The Apparel oft proclaims the man"- William Shakespeare

"A well-tied tie is the first serious step in life"- Oscar Wilde

"One need only look as far as one's own nose to see that there is a definite lack of sartorial splendor amongst men today"- Gian DeCaro

"There is hardly anything in the world the some man cannot make a little worse and sell a little cheaper, and the people who consider price only, are that man's lawful prey"- John Rushkin (1819-1900)

"Only shallow people don't judge by appearances"- Oscar Wilde

"Fashion, quite simply, is the code language of status"- Tom Wolfe

"He did not follow fashion: Fashion followed him"- Francois Boucher

"Gentlemen's clothes are a symbol of the power that men must hold and that passes from race to race"- F. Scott Fitzgerald

"He was a tubby little chap who looked as if he had been poured into his clothes and forgot to say 'when'"- P.G. Wodehouse

"I am convinced that nothing has so marked an influence on the direction of a man's mind as his appearance, and not his appearance itself so much as his conviction that it is attractive or unattractive"- Count Leo Tolstoy

"Dignity, and even holiness too, sometimes, are more questions of coat and waistcoat than some people imagine"- Charles Dickens

"If he changes styles frequently it smacks of trying too hard to impress"- Tina Brown

"Social acceptance can be won with a wardrobe"- Marilyn Bender

"Know first who you are; and then dress accordingly"- Epictetus

"For clothes are not primarily the covering of the body, they are the vesture of the mind"- James Laver

"Dress is a very foolish thing; and yet it is a very foolish thing for a man not to be well dressed, according to his rank and way of life"- Lord Chesterfield

"The first spiritual want of barbarous man is decoration"- Thomas Carlyle

"Fashion is a dream imposed upon reality"- Geoffrey Squire