Chic clothing creates a timeless fashion statement by expressing your unique style and transcending fads.
A woman's attitude and bearing makes what she wears chic. Style trumps natural beauty, as the woman steps into the role of a grande dame.
A woman's attitude and bearing makes what she wears chic. You wear your clothes; they do not wear you.
A classic blazer in a fresh color such as sky blue may be all it takes to stamp a style as creative and uniquely yours.
A fabric with special texture may turn a traditional design into something special.
Clean lines, flattering colors, and an aura of self-possession make clothing chic.
A chic woman casts a spell of glamor wherever she goes.
Her inner glow illuminates her attire, and part of that light is kindness and intelligence.
The woman who first epitomized this quality of independent glamor was my high school English teacher's wife. She who wore a Christmas ornament in her hair -- to a banquet in May. Now that's confidence. That's creativity.
She wore it with a sense of entitlement and poise that can turn anything into chic clothing.
How, after all, has it come to pass that women spend hundreds of dollars for faded and torn denim?
It's because a model or actress or socialite wore it.
Her attitude created an aura of glamor, and soon copycats were buying the garments, hoping it would make them chic.
Chic clothing is never the result of copying others. It is always personal, unique, and just right for you and the moment.
Audrey Hepburn embodied this ultra-feminine quality that combines confidence with grace, poise, and a well-put-together image. Whatever she wore instantly became iconic style.
Coco Chanel invented chic. She revolutionized fashion with her unstructured clothing that made corseted women long to look boyish.
Diana Vreeland popularized chic during her career as America's pre-eminent fashion editor.
She adored Chinese red. Her fashion passions became a nation's definition of chic decor.
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