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.
On one level, there's an aspirational quality to having a Polo player. On another level, it's just a great shirt with lots of colors.
I'd much rather dress like a 5 year old than a 21 year old. I'd much rather wear a puffy sleeved shirt than some low-cut top.
In China, they treated me really well, they like me a lot. The first few times they laughed when I took my shirt off, but when they saw me throw my punches and saw my opponent on the floor, they came over to my side and clapped.
I like shopping at retail places like JC Penney or Macy's, and maybe buying a top or a shirt, and then buying a skirt from Rue 21 or Forever 21 because they have the maxi skirts, which I appreciate so much, and then topping it off with something that I buy from a Somali shop.
Too many rockers put on the leather pants and shirt first. But if you write good songs, the pants and shirt will follow.
I like a scarf with a shirt; it throws it off a bit.
Always roll up the sleeves on your shirt. It gives the impression that you're working, even if you're not.
Without doubt, some of the happiest moments of my career have come in a Stoke shirt.
Everybody has their own taste, and I allow for that, but personally, I don't like a striped tie on a striped shirt. I don't like brown shoes with a blue suit. Cordovan maybe, but not brown.
When I was 16, it was 1988, and my style was a mess. Fur-lined brown suede jacket, paisley shirt, chinos, and Doc Martens. My hair was blow dried into a large quiff. That might sound vaguely cool. It wasn't.
Being a Scotsman, I wear a skirt quite a lot, but we're allowed. I have an incredibly loud Hawaiian shirt that's pink and a particularly disgusting turquoise, but I just wear it on days when I'm in a strange mood.
I've got an England shirt hung up in my house from when I was an unused sub against Denmark. I cherish that.
I feel a bit awkward playing in a red shirt out at Wimbledon. But I don't dislike it.
No longer is a geek identifiable by a pale complexion, black-rimmed glasses, a bowling shirt that says 'Nerd World Order.' No, geeks are everywhere. And they're cool!
I am a sucker for an old pair of Levi's and a worn-out shirt.