When I was growing up, my dad didn't have weights, so he made himself a weight bench. Instead of a hand-me-down jacket, it was a hand-me-down weight bench.
Nothing shows both polish and utility like the nattily tucked pocket handkerchief or 'pocket square' in the breast pocket of a man's blazer, sport coat, or suit jacket.
A gray flannel suit by Thom Browne or Tom Ford can be worn a billion ways. I'll wear a gray flannel jacket with a white shirt, gray flannel tie, beat-up fatigues, and a dress shoe or Carpe Diem boots.
I kept having chills. This was in the middle of the summer and I was wearing a sheepskin jacket and I was chilling. I was shaking all over.
Smaller than a breadbox, bigger than a TV remote, the average book fits into the human hand with a seductive nestling, a kiss of texture, whether of cover cloth, glazed jacket, or flexible paperback.
If Michelle Obama had stepped out in an outrageously priced jacket by an Italian designer, heads would have rolled. People would have said it was deplorable.
Nixon is finding out there are no tails on an Eisenhower jacket.
Up until about 12 years ago we never, ever, wore flak jacket or helmets but now the nastiness has got worse.
I have lost a lot of clothes over the years... Probably the oldest garment that I still have would be my Union Jack jacket from John Galliano's spring/summer 1993 show.
I used to dress up like Michael Jackson. I didn't have the glove, but I had a red jacket like in 'Thriller.'
I have this vintage Harley-Davidson motorcycle jacket. When I put it on, it has this supercool feeling to it.
I couldn't deal with playing a character who rides motorcycles and has a leather jacket and is a tough kid, y'know?
I never wore a studded leather jacket, y'know. Ne-va!
I'm heavily influenced by the Nineties - I love juxtaposing a slip dress with trainers and a vintage leather jacket.
I've always been a T-shirt, Levi's, leather jacket, and combat boots kind of girl.
The only casual item I own is a Levi's jacket.
There's something very old-fashioned and luxurious to have a pair of pants and jacket made to your needs and measurements.
I tend not to wear ties very often. I'm usually in old stuff: Hermes or Marc Jacobs boots and jeans and a T-shirt and a leather jacket or a jean jacket.
In the second and third debates the jacket has a generally padded shape across a large part of the entire back which tapers inward toward the spine in a downward direction.
There's something wonderful about taking a tag off a pair of socks, off a shirt, off a jacket. I really think that it has to do with my wanting to give myself all the perks that there are. It's part of my psychosis.