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Daggers. Never leave home without them.
Some of them are wearing skirts that I'm pretty sure are supposed to be belts.
We've got rings, glasses, we wear things for armor, for protection from the elements, to signal our status to other people. And we're going to co-opt a lot of those things, where wearables are going to end up being the interface between us in the world.
After about 25 medals, you run out of shoulder to put them on.
The funny thing about armor is that it doesn't just keep other people out. It keeps us in. We build it up around us, not realizing that we're trapping ourselves.
A buckle an bootlaces don't buy good advice
Here," he said,holding out a dark mink coat. "Thought you might be cold."
"Where did you-"
"I yoinked it off a broad coming home from the market back there.Don't worry,she had enough natural padding already."
"Hey,you needed it!" He shrugged. "Wear it in good health.
fashioned of flowing silk or jersey,
Use that ugly thing you keep inside your helm.
A lot of women find that their workwear acts as armour.
The fashion magazines are suggesting that women wear clothes that are 'age appropriate.' For me that would be a shroud.
I want to cover my heart with armor
So what are those balloons for? In case you fall off your hoverboard?'
Tally to Peris
We all need relaxed outfits in our arsenals.
The last suit that you wear, you don't need any pockets.
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.
Even indoors, it seems that we should be wearing raincoats, that we need protection from all that we're up against.
the best cloaks have innumerable little pockets that I have an irrational and overpowering attraction toward. As
liberally equipped with one-way pockets
You and your beard and your big leather jacket and your big black car and your huge black boots. Nobody wears this much armor unless it has been hurt by someone who had no reason to hurt him.
I'm tired of sackcloth and
Fashion: a barricade behind which men hide their nothingness.
Three generations from shirtsleeves to shirtsleeves.
Soldiers are issued armour for their flesh and bones, but they must fashion their own for their souls. Piece by piece. (Itkovian)
We wear many things,
but that with greatest import
is our expression.
Twas a clever quibble. Here, a garment for it.
Matrimony and firefighting. They ain't for cowards.
Do you know what body armor says about a guy?
It says he needs body armor.
Long hair minimizes the need for barbers; socks can be done without; one leather jacket solves the coat problem for many years; suspenders are superfluous.
You ought to be able to wear your character like a Lycra bodysuit.
At 30-below, mushers will begin to put fleece jackets on their more sensitive dogs. Males are affixed with pile jockstraps, "peter heaters," to guard against frostbite.
a heavy, hooded wool
From riding nearly fifty miles in one day on a horse, I learned that the fifteen feet of silk tied tightly around the midriff actually kept the organs in place and prevented nausea.
Our underclothes were woolen vests and knickers and an extraordinary, but apparently necessary, concoction called a liberty bodice, which had no freedom about it, so how it got its name I cannot imagine. It was made of some harsh stuff, with here and there straps and buttons that did nothing.
Spectacles. They were kind of like a hat for smart people.
Comforters for our todays / Guardians of memories / Keeping our youth and yesterdays alive / Comrades with one history.
When I create a sports costume, I remember that it must not look - how do you say? - 'bedraggled.'
I gotta have my long trench coats, a nice scarf for the winter time when you're walking around, and some nice fitted jeans to go with the trench coats.
We, the vulnerable, have to wear costumes in order to feel safe, or to feel less unsafe.
The best armor is to keep out of range.
If you're a bit spongy, vulnerable to the unsettling energy of others, count yourself lucky. You've been given an incentive to armor up, to consciously screen out the ubiquitous stresses that afflict humanity.
I like to wear sleeves because they cover up my arms.
bulletproof vest?" "War games tonight," Hazel said. "That's Hannibal.
I like long floaty clothes that don't restrict me, and I live in flat boots.
Shirtsleeve weather, jacket weather, overcoat weather, parka weather - the Year in Outerwear. For
Women should wear clothing. Clothing shouldn't wear them.
Studs are the easiest way to add some edge to your outfit.
Blankets are good to carry around if you want to be able to quickly black bag someone.
that we should walk in them.
So instead of a bra, what do you think I wore for support, intergalactically? Gaffer's tape.
We distance ourselves for protection,
Wear scarves when it's cold.
What seems most outlandish in our autobiography
Is what really happened.
We men had a meeting a long time ago, and we all decided, 'It's trousers'. And that's what we've worn ever since.
You are What you do When it counts - Armor
Yeah, I'm going to need a leather jacket for when I'm on my hog and need to go into a controlled slide.
Power dressing is combat gear for the trip to the top.
Because we always have to wear a uniform to compete, my teammates and I look the exact same. My belt is the only accessory that I get to choose. I usually wear a yellow cloth belt with cherries or a leather belt with a beautiful tree buckle that I got at a thrift store.
I love little Peter Pan collars and little puff sleeves.
I was talking to a friend about Santorum. He said, 'For all my years in the State Department, I know one thing. Terrorists, what they fear most is a guy in a sweater vest.'
Those masks we wear
not to shield others; but ourselves from who we are.
Pommel of his saddle and his helmet with a nose-piece, arms which might well prevent him from reaching any conclusions based on humanitarian logic,
We go to partake of death. And it is in these moments, before the blades are unsheated, before blood wets the ground and screams fill the air, that the futility descends upon us all. Without our armor, we would all weep.
To settle in for the long haul, equipped with basic versions of the serums to help them control their
After victory, tighten the cords of your helmet.
Tops (shirts, sweaters, etc.) Bottoms (pants, skirts, etc.) Clothes that should be hung (jackets, coats, suits, etc.) Socks Underwear Bags (handbags, messenger bags, etc.) Accessories
Costumes are all about identifying which force in a conflict you're on. That's where banners and flags came from - so people rushing into battle knew who to follow and who was on their side.
Protect and Survive
Throw away your 10-function chronometer, heart-rate monitor with the computer printout, training log, high-tech underwear, pace charts, and laboratory-rat-tested-air-injected-gel-lined-mo-tion-control-top-of-the-line footwear. Run with your own imagination.
Can I ask you something?
Boxers. Briefs exacerbate my claustrophobia.
I bought a warmer coat with many ingenious pockets. You put your hands in all of them.
I love all the cableknits and the oversize coats.
You go to the gym to make sure you have the stamina to breathe in the corsets.
I am trying to be sophisticated and cool!
Get a beret.
That they lack, for if their heads had any intellectual armour they could never wear such heavy headpieces
You know what's the rage this year? ...Hats.
We wail, batten, sport, clip, clasp, sunder, dwindle, die:
The coat adds +5 to all armor rolls
My only armor is my belief that life has meaning and that, when my last sun has set and my last moon has risen, when the dawn comes that marks the moment when I am born with the dead, there will be mercy.
There, did you think to kill me? There's no flesh or blood within this cloak to kill. There's only an idea.
Ideas are bulletproof.
Forget fashion, dress for comfort and for ease of getting through security, so no hats, belts or unnecessary accessories.
Step back for a minute. Pretend you're from Mars. From a coldly rational point of view, pedestrian helmets aren't a crazy idea.
Better start planning my wardrobe for the Luuurve trail. What do the Hamburgese wear?
Cowboy hats, I suppose.
Regarding wetsuits, I always liked the Marilyn Minter quote, 'Everything's better when wet,' injecting some style into sports utility,
We seldom stop to think that we are still creatures of the sea, able to leave it only because, from birth to death, we wear the water-filled space suits of our skins.
All my heroes wore coats and ties to work. What happened to men wearing hats? Maybe I should bring back hats.
So you should always stay on top of people's vesting schedules.
What does one wear when one goes to give one's father hell?
Make ready to repel boarders.
You need something that puts a little distance between what you really are and what you want to show; it's a shield, a protection.
Behind them, attached to the harness, was a
Belts are only good for holding up your pants
Don't dress to kill, dress to survive.
I see BOLD accessories as a woman's armor.
In an era when man can no longer dash out of his cave and slay a mammoth, he simply slips on his Lycra and goes for a run.
What's in that backpack, by the way? You're always guarding it like it holds national security secrets or something. (Tory) Dirty underwear. (Acheron)
Have you seen the Olympic uniforms? It's for the American Olympic team and it's berets. To me, nothing says America like a guy in a beret. Look at our founding fathers, they all wore berets.
skintight layer of clothing that extends from my feet to my neck that's supposed to help improve my hypertrophic scarring. The Iron Maiden describes hypertrophic scarring as skin that exhibits the three Rs of being red,
We should live each and every day with the certainty that this armor will protect us from danger, and then we will no longer be bound to the duality of existence. We have to find a middle path, where there is neither joy nor suffering, only profound peace.
Up until about 12 years ago we never, ever, wore flak jacket or helmets but now the nastiness has got worse.
I wear my pants on my upper torso to be abstract and different.