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- October 25, 1993
- Vol. 40
- No. 17
These Screen Legends Understood the Most Important Rule of Fashion: Good Sense Never Goes Out of Style
—MARLENE DIETRICH, 1957
"I feel strongly that women should study the new fashions and then adapt them to their own needs. A woman who allows herself to be a slave to a fashion or a hairstyle may well end up looking ridiculous at the very moment when she wants to look her best."
—CLAUDETTE COLBERT, 1960
"In the summer, when I can spend more time out of doors, I like to wear shorts. I don't see why other girls shouldn't too—except on city streets, when they are not in good taste."
—LANA TURNER, 1949
For short women, "hemline and waistline are two of the most important points to consider. Try a few tricks—lower the waistline in back to avoid a thick look, drop your hem an inch in the back to achieve a longer look." And don't make the mistake of wearing dark shoes with a light-colored dress—that "cuts you right smack off at the ankles."
—4'11" GLORIA SWANSON, 1952
"I must admit that there are times when I don't feel particularly in the mood to dress carefully. But I have a husband who always grooms himself in shining fashion the minute he gets up in the morning. You just can't go downstairs in a bathrobe and curlers to face a man who looks like the hero of a soap ad."
—IRENE DUNNE, 1939
"Tugging at your dress or fiddling with your belt is...distracting. If your dress doesn't fit, leave it at home. Throw it away, or learn how to sew."
—JOAN CRAWFORD, 1971
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