Tailor quotes:

  • Tailor Made will help Ferrari's clients tailor their cars in a very personal, specific way. It's a bespoke service, like visiting Huntsman or Anderson & Sheppard or whoever your favourite Savile Row tailor is. -- Lapo Elkann
  • Tailor gang they rolling up those paper planes. -- Wiz Khalifa
  • A very, very impressive director, Tomas Alfredson. It's only his second film [ 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy'], but he's a real find. -- John Hurt
  • Think through whom you are trying to reach. Tailor what you do and how you do it to appeal to those communities. -- Martin Sorrell
  • A gentleman never talks about his tailor. -- Nick Cave
  • If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor. -- Albert Einstein
  • I've got the luxury to tailor make the songs so I can sing them. -- Glenn Tipton
  • So, after school, I needed to learn a trade and started to work as a tailor. -- Desmond Dekker
  • I travel a lot, and I hunt for fabrics, then I have the tailor make me something. -- Waris Ahluwalia
  • If you're wearing suits and you want to create your own sense of style, get to the tailor. -- Matt Bomer
  • You have a different crowd every night, so you should do a different show to suit them. I tailor the show to their mood. -- Jewel
  • It seems like if you are not painted up special way or have some tailor made outfit to put on to go out on stage... I don't know... there's too much of it out there. -- Phil Anselmo
  • My landlady, who is only a tailor's widow, reads her Milton; and tells me, that her late husband first fell in love with her on this very account: because she read Milton with such proper emphasis. -- Karl Philipp Moritz
  • I like to dress up in a tailored suit from time to time, and there's a tailor I go to in Naples who's fantastic. But if I told anyone his name, I'd have to kill them. -- Hugh Jackman
  • Everyone should have a tailor. David Wilkes, the guy who does my stuff, is like, 'Well you're a writer - do you want a special pen compartment or something?' Bespoke: That's the term you want to get out there. -- Douglas Coupland
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  • I then wrought at my trade as a tailor; carefully attended meetings for worship and discipline; and found an enlargement of gospel love in my mind, and therein a concern to visit Friends in some of the back settlements of Pennsylvania and Virginia. -- John Woolman
  • North Americans as a whole need to embrace having clothes altered to their body. I hear it all the time: why do the Europeans always look so good? They have a relationship with their tailor and spend the time and money to make their clothes look their best. -- Michael Kors
  • I need to make things mine. It annoys me to buy something that is imposed on me. When I have a suit made, I go to the Sicilian tailor Alessandro Martorana in Turin. I like shorter jacket sleeves and often fold the cuffs up. It's more modern that way. -- Lapo Elkann
  • I don't say I create. I copy, of course. I've never been interested in the point of view of the tailor or creator. Fashion is a visual impression. This is why I often refuse the name of fashion designer. It's a superficial, stupid job. The social-psychological aspect is more interesting. -- Franco Moschino
  • Born of the impossibly varied options we have to amuse ourselves, cutting-edge companies are finding innovative ways to tailor our entertainment choices to who we are, relieving us of the burden of finding the diamond in the rough of 500 TV channels or thousands of movies and music albums released every year. -- Marcus Buckingham
  • Costume designers don't care about trends. They appreciate, above so many other qualities, that tailoring is everything, which is a mantra for the way I dress. Ladies: The most important thing in clothing is to find a good, inexpensive tailor, because clothes at the stores are made for bodies that are anomalies. -- Ginnifer Goodwin
  • If we study learning as a data science, we can reverse engineer the human brain and tailor learning techniques to maximize the chances of student success. This is the biggest revolution that could happen in education, turning it into a data-driven science, and not such a medieval set of rumors professors tend to carry on. -- Sebastian Thrun
  • The creation of George Smiley, the retired spy recalled to hunt for just such a high-ranking mole in 'Tinker, Tailor,' was extremely personal. I borrowed elements of people I admired and invested them in this mythical character. I'm such a fluent, specious person now, but I was an extremely awkward fellow in those days. -- John le Carre
  • Once, as an experiment, I travelled around the world with a single suit. Before I left, I went to a tailor in Savile Row and asked him to make me a suit that I could wear in any climate and which I could use as a tuxedo, a dinner jacket, a lounge suit and a blazer. -- George Hamilton
  • There are similarities between being an editor and a tailor. Tailors have a vast supply of fabrics, buttons and thread at their disposal and put it together to make a whole. That's what an editor does - looks at society at a given time and pulls together the interesting aspects into a single issue each month. -- Graydon Carter
  • Everyone and his Big Brother wants to log your browsing habits, the better to build a profile of who you are and how you live your life - online and off. Search engine companies offer a benefit in return: more relevant search results. The more they know about you, the better they can tailor information to your needs. -- Barton Gellman
  • I think the reason for my fascination with craft is what it represents, what it means in our culture, what it means in our history and in humanity. It was the idea that you could go to your butcher to get something, you could go to your tailor to get this, and you could go to your cobbler to get that. -- Waris Ahluwalia
  • Bespoke tailoring: yes! I found this one pair of pants - they're Canali - and brought them into a tailor and said, 'Clone these, dammit.' They just do all the right things. I've got eight pairs in different colors and I never have to think about pants again. The only look otherwise that suits me is, like, the Professor from 'Gilligan's Island.' -- Douglas Coupland
  • God's the seamstress that tailor-fitted my pain. -- Curtis Jackson
  • It's not the tailor that makes the man. -- Romanian Proverb
  • I don't have a tailor, but I do love clothes. -- David Oyelowo
  • Be yourself. Know your proportions. And have a good tailor. -- RuPaul
  • If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor. -- Albert Einstein
  • There goes a man made by the Lord Almighty and not by his tailor. -- Andrew Jackson
  • ARMOR, n. The kind of clothing worn by a man whose tailor is a blacksmith. -- Ambrose Bierce
  • A fop of fashion is the mercer's friend, the tailor's fool, and his own foe. -- Johann Kaspar Lavater
  • The only sensible person is my tailor. He measures me anew each time he sees me. -- George Bernard Shaw
  • Sister, look ye, How, by a new creation of my tailor's I've shook off old mortality. -- John Ford
  • I help people with not just the 'what' but the 'how' and tailor for individual needs -- Matt Prior
  • You cannot tailor-make the situations in life but you can tailor-make the attitudes to fit those situations. -- Zig Ziglar
  • The prime necessities for success in life are money, athleticism, tailor made clothes and a charming smile. -- George Orwell
  • I've tried different things through the years to get some play on mainstream. I'll try to tailor-make it. -- Dolly Parton
  • If youre wearing suits and you want to create your own sense of style, get to the tailor. -- Matt Bomer
  • It's essential to tailor rehab to what impassions someone. The brain gradually learns by riveting its attention-through endless repetitions. -- Diane Ackerman
  • Just because a suit fits, doesn't mean it looks good. You need a tailor. You want to get bespoke. -- Ryan Tedder
  • Macroeconomic adjustment programmes are tailor-made to the situation of the country concerned and no models or templates are used. -- Jeroen Dijsselbloem
  • I start casting early in the writing process, so I can tailor the script to the gifts of the actors. -- Judd Apatow
  • The first time you make something, follow the recipe, then figure out how to tailor it to your own tastes. -- Ruth Reichl
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  • Now the melancholy God protect thee, and the tailor make thy garments of changeable taffeta, for thy mind is opal. -- William Shakespeare
  • I think if you try to tailor your act to anybody, you end up with an act that doesn't work anyway. -- Colin Quinn
  • The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, who said to his tailor Irving, Forget the slacks - please work on the blazer! Never got a dinner! -- Red Buttons
  • I prefer live musicians whenever possible. And I tailor the ensemble to what is appropriate for the film and the score I'm writing. -- Geoff Zanelli
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  • The fanboy community can smell in an instant, like smelling fear, when something was tailor-made in order to reach them as a demographic. -- Rian Johnson
  • The intellect always cuts and divides like a pair of scissors. The heart sews things together and unites like a needle. The tailor uses both. -- Mata Amritanandamayi
  • Wherever the want of clothing forced them to it, the human race made clothes for thousands of years, without a single man becoming a tailor. -- Karl Marx
  • The only person who acts sensibly is my tailor. He takes my measure anew every time he sees me. Everyone else goes by their old measurements. -- George Bernard Shaw
  • God's word is tailor-made for gray-slush days. It sends a beam of light through the fog. It signals safety when we fear we'll never make it through. -- Charles R. Swindoll
  • Relationships are not tailor-made and people are flawed. You have to work around that and love the other person anyway. Our flaws are what make us unique, -- Jay Crownover
  • The idea that the reader is important enough to me that I'd tailor my words to either please or offend them always seems amusingly alien to me. -- Jim Goad
  • A tailor can adapt to any medium, be it poetry, be it criticism. As a poet, he can mend, and with the scissors of criticism he candivide. -- Franz Grillparzer
  • I go to a better tailor than any of you and pay more for my clothes. The only difference is that you probably don't sleep in yours. -- Clarence Darrow
  • The tailor bird builds her nest in deep woods, she uses no more than one branch.The mole drinks off the river, it can only fill one belly. -- Chuang Tzu
  • If you are out to describe the truth, leave elegance to the tailor. On being reproached that his formula of gravitation was longer and more cumbersome than Newton's. -- Albert Einstein
  • The tailor bird builds her nest in deep woods, she uses no more than one branch.The mole drinks off the river, it can only fill one belly. Chuang Tzu -- Sung Yee Poon
  • I always say I hope to God I die in a town with a good tailor, a good shoemaker, and perhaps someone who's interested in a little quelque chose d'autre. -- Diana Vreeland
  • Stripped of the cunning artifices of the tailor, and standing forth in the garb of Eden - what a sorry set of round-shouldered, spindle-shanked, crane-necked varlets would civilized men appear! -- Herman Melville
  • The tailor from 'Avatar' actually made my suit for 'Uncharted 3.' And no, it's not a hand-me-down from Sam Worthington. My 11-year-old would fit in Sam Worthington's. I'm 6' 1", 180 pounds. -- Nolan North
  • And you know, the baby boomers are getting older, and those off the rack clothes are just not fitting right any longer, and so, tailor-made suits are coming back into fashion. -- Amy Irving
  • The poorest of the sex have still an itch To know their fortunes, equal to the rich. The dairy-maid inquires, if she shall take The trusty tailor, and the cook forsake. -- John Dryden
  • Options allow a woman to tailor her role to her personality, but if a man expects to provide well, he expects to wear a suit, not to wear what suits him. -- Warren Farrell
  • I learned early in my writing career that if I try to tailor a song for someone else, I'm usually off base. They're usually looking for something from you with your character. -- Brenda Russell
  • I'd say that the No. 1 attribute you need as an actor is to be malleable. You need to be able to change and tailor what you're doing to what the situation dictates. -- Jay Baruchel
  • In the time of swords and periwigs and full-skirted coats with flowered lappets - when gentlemen wore ruffles, and gold-laced waistcoats of paduasoy and taffeta - there lived a tailor in Gloucester. -- Beatrix Potter
  • 'Sblood, you starveling, you elf-skin, you dried neat's tongue, you bull's pizzle, you stock-fish! O for breath to utter what is like thee! you tailor's-yard, you sheath, you bowcase; you vile standing-tuck! -- William Shakespeare
  • Simple routine have a greater impact. It is not just to cut costs that we avoid luxury hotels. We do not need fancy cars, posh titles, tailor made uniforms or other status symbols. -- Ingvar Kamprad
  • I'd really want to - just from my own experience as an artist working with a writer, I'd want to do everything I could to tailor it to the artist I was working with. -- David Finch
  • A tailor, though a man of upright dealing,-- True but for lying,--honest but for stealing,-- Did fall one day extremely sick by chance And on the sudden was in wondrous trance. -- John Harington
  • I feel like Twitter was tailor-made for me, because I can do short spurts all day long. I loved my blog, but doing daily, then thrice weekly entries was really time consuming. 140 characters is perfect. -- Sarah Dessen