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|Conrade Yes, because it's just clothing. Borachio I mean, the fashion [style] of a |
man's clothing tells you nothing about the man. Conrade Yes ... Conrade Yes, I
understand that fashion wears out more clothes than a man does. But aren't you ...
|The rise of capitalism, together with the democratization of society, caused men's |
clothing to become more sober and uniform. The production of ... Shakespeare
observed that “the fashion wears out more apparel than the man.” In other words
|I see all this, and I see that fashion wears out more clothing than the man. But are |
you not yourself giddy with the fashion too, that you have gotten sidetracked out
of your story into telling me about fashion? BORACHIO Not so neither; but know,
|and furbelows, by trinkets, by clothes easy to copy, or by the shortening or |
lengthening of a skirt. - Schiaparelli, Elsa No doubt the ... its disciple, or even its
favorite. - Schiller, Johann Friedrich Von Fashion wears out more clothes than the
|-'/'"f'= _ '2'”, . fl”)— “Tlze fashion wears out more apparel than the man.” — Much |
Ado About Nothing. It is the fashion of the goods that makes the most of the profit
in your business. If people clung to their clothing until it was worn out, buying ...
|Style Indications on English Efiect in Clothing, but Skillfully Modified This year will |
see very little between season style change. ... as Shakespeare said some three
hundred years ago, “I . see that fashion wears out more apparel than the man.
|apparel than the man. But art not thou thyself giddy with the fashion too, that thou |
hast shifted out of thy tale into telling me of the fashion? I see all this, and I see
that fashion wears out more clothing than the man. But are you not yourself giddy
|and consumer credulity, since the latest fashion is ultimately no more beautiful or |
functional than its predecessors.1 Thus, ... Already in the Elizabethan era,
Shakespeare described fashion as a “deformed thief” who “wears out more
apparel than the man.” This metaphor is telling because the low esteem in which
fashion has been held is almost certainly related to the fact that clothing is worn
on the body, ...
|The fortunes of the vest have risen and fallen with the vicissitudes of fashion and |
with the relationship of the vest to the cut of the coat front, the shirt collar, and the
... As Shakespeare said, fashion wears out more clothes than the man. Whether ...
|“The fashion wears out more apparel than the man.” —William Shakespeare (|
1564–1616), English playwright, poet 3. “Now I can wear high heels again.” —
Nicole Kidman, (1967–) actress, after her divorce. 4. “I dress for women, and
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