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It can be difficult to articulate the power of style and fashion through words, but these icons managed to do so with quote-worthy, inspiring words of wisdom to live by. From the greatest fashion designers to legendary models and stylists, get inspired by these 50 quotes that will never go out of style.

“Fashion is part of the daily air and it changes all the time, with all the events. You can even see the approaching of a revolution in clothes. You can see and feel everything in clothes.” —Diana Vreeland

"Don't be into trends. Don't make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way to live." —Gianni Versace

"One is never over-dressed or under-dressed with a Little Black Dress." —Karl Lagerfeld

"What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today, when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is instant language." —Miuccia Prada

"I firmly believe that with the right footwear one can rule the world." —Bette Midler

"I like my money right where I can see it…hanging in my closet." —Carrie Bradshaw

"Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself." —Oscar de la Renta

"I think there is beauty in everything. What 'normal' people perceive as ugly, I can usually see something of beauty in it."—Alexander McQueen

"Style is something each of us already has, all we need to do is find it." —Diane von Furstenberg

"Fashion is the armor to survive the reality of everyday life." —Bill Cunningham

"When in doubt, wear red." —Bill Blass

"I don't design clothes. I design dreams." —Ralph Lauren

"Fashions fade, style is eternal." —Yves Saint Laurent

"Anyone can get dressed up and glamorous, but it is how people dress in their days off that are the most intriguing." —Alexander Wang

"How can you live the high life if you do not wear the high heels?" —Sonia Rykiel

"In difficult times, fashion is always outrageous." —Elsa Schiaparelli

"You gotta have style. It helps you get down the stairs. It helps you get up in the morning. It’s a way of life. Without it, you’re nobody. I’m not talking about lots of clothes.” —Diana Vreeland

"Fashion is very important. It is life-enhancing and, like everything that gives pleasure, it is worth doing well.” —Vivienne Westwood

"You can never take too much care over the choice of your shoes. Too many women think that they are unimportant, but the real proof of an elegant woman is what is on her feet." —Christian Dior

"Fashion is what you're offered four times a year by designers. And style is what you choose." —Lauren Hutton

"The dress must follow the body of a woman, not the body following the shape of the dress." —Hubert de Givenchy

"I always find beauty in things that are odd and imperfect, they are much more interesting." —Marc Jacobs

"Fashion you can buy, but style you possess. The key to style is learning who you are, which takes years. There's no how-to road map to style. It's about self expression and, above all, attitude." —Iris Apfel

"Trendy is the last stage before tacky." —Karl Lagerfeld

"People will stare. Make it worth their while." —Harry Winston

"Elegance is elimination." —Cristóbal Balenciaga

"Shoes transform your body language and attitude. They lift you physically and emotionally.” —Christian Louboutin

"Style is the only thing you can’t buy. It’s not in a shopping bag, a label, or a price tag. It’s something reflected from our soul to the outside world—an emotion.”—Alber Elbaz

"In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different." —Coco Chanel

"We must never confuse elegance with snobbery." —Yves Saint Laurent

"Playing dress-up begins at age five and never truly ends." —Kate Spade

"Elegance is not standing out, but being remembered." —Giorgio Armani

"The hardest thing in fashion is not to be known for a logo, but to be known for a silhouette." —Giambattista Valli

"I want people to see the dress, but focus on the woman." —Vera Wang

"We have this saying, Christy and I. We don't wake up for less than $10,000 a day." —Linda Evangelista

"I make clothes, women make fashion." —Azzedine Alaïa

"What’s my style is not your style, and I don’t see how you can define it. It’s something that expresses who you are in your own way.” —Iris Apfel

"Over the years I have learned that what is important in a dress is the woman who's wearing it." —Yves Saint Laurent

"Whoever said that money can't buy happiness, simply didn't know where to go shopping." —Bo Derek

"Girls do not dress for boys. They dress for themselves, and of course, each other. If girls dressed for boys, they’d just walk around naked at all times.” —Betsey Johnson

"The joy of dressing is an art." —John Galliano

"Luxury is the ease of a t-shirt in a very expensive dress." ―Karl Lagerfeld

"Being well dressed hasn’t much to do with having good clothes. It’s a question of good balance and good common sense.” —Oscar de la Renta

"A little bad taste is like a nice splash of paprika. We all need a splash of bad taste—it's hearty, it's healthy, it's physical. I think we could use more of it. No taste is what I'm against." —Diana Vreeland

"The best things in life are free. The second best are very expensive." —Coco Chanel

"You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it." —Edith Head

"Clothes mean nothing until someone lives in them." —Marc Jacobs

"Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak." —Rachel Zoe

"Fashion is like eating, you shouldn't stick to the same menu." —Kenzo Takada

"I don't do fashion. I am fashion." —Coco Chanel

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Women are not easy to understand, at least according to the famous authors, poets, entertainers, and comedians who have written on the nature of women. None of them claim to fully fathom the female mind. Find out what they really think of these funny quotes about women — some written by men, some by women. Read wisecracks about a woman's nature that make most women exclaim, "What's all the fuss about?" But men say, "How true, how true!"

Will Rogers

"There are two theories to arguing with a woman. Neither works."

Robert Heinlein

"Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea."

Nancy Reagan

"A woman is like a tea bag. She only knows her strength when put in hot water."

Sigmund Freud

"Despite my thirty years of research into the woman soul, I have not yet been able to answer the great question that has never been answered: What does a woman want?"

Margaret Mead

"I do not believe in using women in combat because females are too fierce."


"If women didn't exist, all the money in the world would have no meaning."

James Thurber

"I hate women because they always know where things are."

Malcolm de Chazal

"A woman knows how to keep quiet when she is in the right, whereas a man when he is in the right, will keep on talking."

Freya Stark

"The great and almost only comfort about being a woman is that one can always pretend to be more stupid than one is and no one is surprised."

Gloria Steinem

"Someone once asked me why women don't gamble as much as men do and I gave the commonsensical reply that we don't have as much money. That was a true but incomplete answer. In fact, women's total instinct for gambling is satisfied by marriage."

"Some of us are becoming the men we wanted to marry."

Dave Barry

"Scientists now believe that the primary biological function of breasts is to make men stupid."

Joseph Conrad

"Being a woman is a terribly difficult task since it consists principally in dealing with men."

Ogden Nash

"I have an idea that the phrase weaker sex was coined by some woman to disarm some man she was preparing to overwhelm."

Virginia Woolf

"For most of history, Anonymous was a woman."

Charlotte Whitton

"Whatever women do they must do twice as well as men to be thought half as good. Luckily this is not difficult."

Chris Rock

"There are only three things women need in life: food, water, and compliments."

Mae West

Mike Vanatta

"Woman aren't confusing. They're a Sudoku-Jenga puzzle surrounded by Rubik's cubes strapped to a terrorist screaming at you in another language."

Ann Landers

"Women complain about sex more often than men. Their gripes fall into two major categories: (1) Not Enough. (2) Too Much."

Harry Haenigsen

"Feminine intuition is a fiction and a fraud. It is nonsensical, illogical, emotional, ridiculous and practically foolproo.."

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It's no secret that most people tend to think of finance as a boys' club. But women have been blazing trails, disrupting entrenched ideas and industries, and making serious bank for centuries. It is unfortunate that their words of wisdom have been so often overlooked.

The following quotes from female financial gurus will inspire anyone to improve their lives, their careers, and their bottom lines.

1. "Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." — Oprah Winfrey

At a net worth of $3.1 billion, Oprah Winfrey is one of the richest women in America — but she didn't start out that way.

Winfrey was born into poverty and raised until age six by her grandmother before bouncing back and forth between her mother and father. She suffered sexual abuse at the hands of family members, and at age 14, she had a baby who died within days.

Her early life was not characterized by abundance, and yet Winfrey still learned to be thankful for what she had, rather than what she lacked. Her sense of gratitude helped her to focus on building her career rather than feel bitter over her childhood of abuse and neglect.

Winfrey's attitude about the power of gratitude is actually borne out by scientific research. People who are thankful for what they already have are more successful, more emotionally resilient, and often even physically healthier. That's because they recognize there is no way to "have it all." Feeling grateful for what they do have makes it possible to focus on appreciating the life they live right now, while also working toward the life they want to live.

The fact that Winfrey overcame such a difficult, scarring childhood and feels grateful for the goodness in her life is part of what makes her so beloved. We can all learn to appreciate the abundance we already have while we work to build the life, career, and relationships we want.

2. "One thing I've learned is that I'm not the owner of my talent; I'm the manager of it." — Madonna

Madonna may be the original "Material Girl," but the singer, songwriter, actress, entrepreneur, and writer has parlayed her incredible talent into an estimated net worth of $560 million — meaning she never again has to wait for a man to present her with diamonds.

Madonna's description of her talent may sound surprising. If she is not the owner of her own creativity and money savvy, then who is?

As it turns out, Madonna's view of her abilities is reflective of something called the "growth mindset." Rather than viewing her talent as an innate and fixed part of herself, Madonna sees it as something that she can manage and grow. If she believed that she "owned" her talent, then it would be easy for her to rest on her laurels and assume there is nothing new she could do with her music or writing.

But as the manager of a prodigious talent, Madonna accepts the challenge of trying to push her creative boundaries and recreate herself over and over again. This mindset has allowed her to have an unparalleled career that has spanned close to four decades.

That makes it an attitude we should all try to emulate. Whatever abilities we have can always be managed and improved by refusing to see them as static, which can lead to great success.

3. "My best successes came on the heels of my failures." — Barbara Corcoran

Most people know Barbara Corcoran from her role on the show Shark Tank, but the Manhattan real estate investor, who is now worth $40 million, started off as a serially unemployed teacher and sometimes-waitress. After failing at 22 different jobs, she borrowed $1,000 from her boyfriend in 1973, and started a real estate business that she called The Corcoran Group. The boyfriend didn't last, but the business did. It grew to a $66 million company, which she sold in 2001 before embarking on her writing, speaking, consulting, and television career.

Corcoran understood throughout her series of early failures that each of those missteps did not reflect poorly on her. They were simply different options to try until she found the right fit for her career. Since she did not internalize these failures, she was able to take the lessons she learned from them and find success.

We should all take a page from Barbara Corcoran and learn to see each failure as a potential steppingstone to success. Picking yourself up after a failure may be difficult, but that is the only way you will ever succeed.

4. "Some people think luxury is the opposite of poverty. It is not. It is the opposite of vulgarity. Luxury is the opposite of status. It is the ability to make a living by being oneself. It is the freedom to refuse to live by habit. Luxury is liberty. Luxury is elegance." — Coco Chanel

The iconic creator of the Chanel brand, Coco Chanel was born to an impoverished family in France. She died in 1971 with a net worth of $100 million. Her commitment to fashion and luxury made her one of the most influential people of the 20th Century, and her fashion line is worth $19 billion to this day.

Growing up, Chanel knew the deprivations of poverty. This was part of the reason why she was so determined to enjoy luxury throughout her adult life. For Chanel, luxury was not defined by the corseted, heavy dresses that had been haute couture for many years before her own success. For Chanel, luxury in fashion had to be comfortable and true to the wearer. Trying to impress with excess was vulgar, and that was the true opposite of luxury.

By Chanel's definition, luxury is available to anyone, no matter their income. And this is an important distinction to remember as you pursue your own successes. You can easily enjoy the luxurious comfort of being yourself, even if your budget runs more Old Navy than Chanel.

5. "Money doesn't fall out of the sky. We had a business plan, an extraordinary proposal, and it was the right timing." — Sheila Johnson

Sheila Johnson is the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television and current owner of the WNBA team the Washington Mystics. Her net worth is currently estimated to be $710 million — but she wants to make sure that anyone who aspires to her kind of wealth understands what it took to get there.

Johnson is not a multi-multi millionaire by accident. In 1979, she and her husband Robert Johnson created the television channel BET in order to provide a crucial outlet for African American voices in media. They knew exactly what they could offer, and they worked hard to create an excellent proposal in order to secure the funding they needed. They were also lucky to jump on the growth of television programming in the late '70s and early '80s. BET grew to the point where the Johnsons sold the channel in 2001 for $2.4 billion.

Johnson makes it clear that there is no such thing as overnight success. You need to have a plan, you need to time things right, and you need to be able to persuade people to invest in you.

6. "Did we ever plan on being billionaires? No, but we wanted to be millionaires." — Diane Hendricks

With a net worth of $4.9 billion, Diane Hendricks is the richest self-made woman in America. She and her husband Ken Hendricks created the Wisconsin-based ABC Supply Co. in 1982, which sells roofing, windows, gutters, and siding for residential and commercial buildings.

Their success is all the more impressive considering the fact that Ken was a high school dropout and Diane only completed a high school education. The husband-and-wife team built their empire through hard work, financial savvy, and a shared vision. They both wanted to be millionaires and aimed their sights at that impressive goal.

The fact that they were both on the same page in terms of growing their business, along with their lofty goals for their finances, eventually made them billionaires. They did not shy away from wanting financial success, so they were always ready to pounce when opportunities presented themselves.

If you hope to emulate the Hendrickses, you would do well to partner with someone who shares your same goals and work ethic. Your level of success just might surprise you.

Heeding the words of wise women

The rags-to-riches stories of self-made women can offer incredible insight, hope, and inspiration to anyone who dreams of a successful life. Their words make it clear that opportunities are available to anyone, provided you have the drive, the mindset, the gratitude, and the audacity to chase your dreams.

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Below you will find our collection of inspirational, wise, and humorous old women quotes, women sayings, and women proverbs, collected over the years from a.

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There’s no one-size-fits all approach to management and leadership, regardless of gender or industry. You can be firm and fair, tough and tenacious, relentless and resilient. But whatever your innate style, there’s always more to learn from those who’ve paved the way.

These women have faced their own unique challenges, but still managed to carve out lasting legacies through their work. They have inspired, empowered, ruled, challenged and motivated people to follow. Hopefully this collection offers a little inspiration to fuel your fire. Which one speaks to you?

Define leadership…

1. “Leadership is the ability to guide others without force into a direction or decision that leaves them still feeling empowered and accomplished.”

- Lisa Cash Hanson (CEO of Snuggwugg)

2. “Ninety percent of leadership is the ability to communicate something people want.”

- Dianne Feinstein (Senior US Senator)

3. “Leadership is hard to define, and good leadership even harder. But if you can get people to follow you to the ends of the earth, you are a great leader.”

- Indra Nooyi (CEO of PepsiCo)

4. “Leadership is not a person or a position. It is a complex moral relationship between people based on trust, obligation, commitment, emotion, and a shared vision of the good.”

- Joanne Ciulla (Author)

5. “Leaders are not just born. Sure, some people are born with strong competencies and strengths for leading in certain situations, but it is very clear that leadership can also be developed. That means everyone can strengthen their skills and abilities to lead and influence.”

- Dr. Susan Madsen (Professor of Leadership & Ethics, Utah Valley University) 

Take risks & make mistakes…

6. “If something doesn’t scare you a little, rarely is it worth doing. The sensation we as a Western culture label fear - a racing heart, sweaty palms, aching belly - can signal that danger looms ahead, but just as importantly it signals we are on the cusp of doing something great.”

- Alexia Vernon (Leadership Coach & Author)

7. “If you’re not making some notable mistakes along the way, you’re certainly not taking enough business and career chances."

- Sallie Krawcheck (CEO & Co-Founder of Ellevest)

8. “We need to accept that we don’t always make the right decisions, that we’ll screw up royally sometimes. Understand that failure is not the opposite of success, it’s part of success.”

- Arianna Huffington (Co-founder & Editor of Huffington Post)

9. “Without being willing to fail and continually get back up again, I would never have been able to find the right market and establish my product within it."

- Kelly Manthey (VP of Strategy & Innovation at Solstice Mobile)

10. “Do not be afraid to make decisions. Do not be afraid to make mistakes.”

- Carly Fiorina (Former CEO of Hewlett-Packard)

11. “The size of your dreams must always exceed your current capacity to achieve them. If your dreams do not scare you, they are not big enough.”

- Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (President of Liberia)

Don't be afraid of the unknown...

12. “I learned to always take on things I’d never done before. Growth and comfort do not coexist."

- Ginni Rometty (President & CEO of IBM)

13. “I always did something I was a little not ready to do. I think that’s how you grow. When there’s that moment of ‘Wow, I’m not really sure I can do this,’ and you push through those moments, that’s when you have a breakthrough.”

- Marissa Mayer (CEO of Yahoo)

14. “Don’t be intimidated by what you don’t know. That can be your greatest strength and ensure that you do things differently from everyone else."

- Sara Blakely (Founder & CEO of Spanx)

Inspire others to follow...

15. “A leader takes people where they want to go. A great leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.”

- Rosalynn Carter (Former US First Lady)

16. “We treat our people like royalty. If you honor and serve the people who work for you, they will honor and serve you.”

- Mary Kay Ash (Founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics)

17. “The way to achieve your own success is to be willing to help somebody else get it first.”

- Iyanla Vanzant (Lawyer & Inspirational Speaker)

18. “True leaders understand that leadership is not about them but about those they serve. It is not about exalting themselves but about lifting others up.”

- Sheri L. Dew (President & CEO of Deseret Book Company)

19. “Our emerging workforce is not interested in command and control leadership. They don’t want to do things because I said so, they want to do things because they want to do them.”

- Irene Rosenfield (CEO of Mondelēz International)

20. “Leadership is about making others better as a result of your presence, and making sure that impact lasts in your absence.”

- Sheryl Sandberg (COO of Facebook)

21. “I am big on quotes. I love quotes and mantras because they are reminders of what I believe in. I like a phrase that is simple but powerful. I always tell everyone to ‘Go for It’.”

- Aixa G. Lopez (Industrial Engineer & Marketing Professional)

22. “Leadership should be more participative than directive, more enabling than performing.”

- Mary D. Poole (Author)

23. “With kids, they don’t do what you want them to do when you want them to do it. Organizations don’t necessarily, either. You’ve got to listen. You’ve got to learn how to influence.”

- Ellen J. Kullman (Former CEO of DuPont)

24. “People respond well to those that are sure of what they want.”

- Anna Wintour (Editor-in-Chief of Vogue)

Don't be scared of criticism…

25. “Take criticism seriously, but not personally. If there is truth or merit in the criticism, try to learn from it. Otherwise, let it roll right off you.”

- Hillary Clinton (US Politician)

26. “Do what you feel in your heart to be right - for you’ll be criticized anyway.”

- Eleanor Roosevelt (Former US First Lady)

27. “Part of leadership is knowing when to go ahead with a decision that’s within your authority because you’re really convinced it’s the right thing, even if other people don’t understand it at that point."

- Dr Ingrid Mattson (Professor at Huron University College)

28. “If you are committed to creating value and if you aren’t afraid of hard times; obstacles become utterly unimportant. A nuisance perhaps; but with no real power. The world respects creation; people will get out of your way.”

- Candice Carpenter (CEO of Fullbridge)

Build the life you want...

29. “You have to look at your career and personal life at the big-picture level: it’s a marathon, not a sprint. Doing that helps me feel OK during the weeks when one part of my life overwhelms the other.”

- Joanna Horsnail (Partner, Mayer Brown LLP)

30. “No one else is going to build the life you want for you. No one else will even be able to completely understand it. The most amazing souls will show up to cheer you along the way, but this is your game. Make a pact to be in it with yourself for the long haul, as your own supportive friend at every step along the way.”

- Tara Mohr (Leadership Coach & Author)

31. “Leadership is not about men in suits. It is a way of life for those who know who they are and are willing to be their best to create the life they want to live.”

- Kathleen Schafer (Leadership Coach)

32. “Success isn’t about how much money you make; it’s about the difference you make in people’s lives.”

- Michelle Obama (US First Lady)

33. “Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you’re proud to live.”

- Anne Sweeney (Former Disney Channel President)

Be tough but compassionate…

34. “Be tough, be kind. Stand up for yourself, and earn respect through hard work. Gender is a factor, so don’t let it trip you up. As long as the tech industry treats the achievements of women like they are seeing bears do backflips (that is to say, amazing and previously inconceivable feats), you will have to work twice as hard for half the recognition.”

- Katie Fritz (Marketing Manager of Trippeo)

35. “One bad day from one member of my staff doesn’t mean they are not really good at their jobs the rest of the time. I play a long game in terms of management.”

- Helen McCabe (Australian Women’s Weekly Editor)

36. “I am nice. There’s not such a thing as ‘too nice.’ But my expectations are high, and people do rise to my expectations. I don’t manage based on fear. I manage based on expectations.”

- Marjorie Kaplan (Group President of Animal Planet)

37. “Leadership is about the team - the culture they keep and embrace, it’s about empathy for your customers, clients, employees and the communities where you do business, it’s about doing the right thing for the right reasons, being confident enough to take risks and responsible enough to think of those who your decisions and risks may affect.”

- Kat Cole (President of Cinnabon)

38. “You need to spend political capital - be unafraid to introduce people, compliment somebody when it’s deserved and stand up for something you really believe in, rather than just go with the flow.”

- Amy Schulman (Executive Vice President of Pfizer)

Follow your passion...

39. “The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me?”

- Ayn Rand (Author)

40. “Passion is energy. Feel the power that comes from focusing on what excites you.”

- Oprah Winfrey (TV Personality)

41. “If one is lucky, a solitary fantasy can totally transform one million realities.”

- Maya Angelou (Civil Rights Activist, Poet)

42. “I’m a maniacal perfectionist. And if I weren’t, I wouldn’t have this company.”

- Martha Stewart (Author & TV Personality)

43. “Making the decision to not follow a system, or someone else’s rules has allowed me to really dig into what my own strengths and gifts are without spending time feeling jaded or wasteful.”

- Ishita Gupta (Founder of Fear.less Magazine)

Beat the odds...

44. “Success is an exception, so be exceptional.”

- Malti Bhojwani (Professional Coach & Author)

45. “There are always challenges, but the constant challenge is alignment. Alignment on goals, strategy, objectives and expectations. If you can get excellent alignment, which is difficult to achieve, then everyone will be humming and moving and your company can perform well. It’s a challenge to keep all of that in line.”

- Eileen Boerger (CEO, CorSource)

46. “I have broken many glass ceilings - so I know it can be done.”

- Helen Clark (Head of UNDP, former New Zealand Prime Minister)

47. “You can and should set your own limits and clearly articulate them. This takes courage, but it is also liberating and empowering, and often earns you new respect.”  

- Rosalind Brewer (President and CEO of Sam’s Club)

48. “I think it’s a combination of personality traits that have helped me to succeed. Not only hard work - but patience, sacrifice and choosing my battles have all helped me to reach the point in my career to which I aspired, in a company I admired.”

- Katelyn Gleason (CEO of Eligible)

And keep learning, growing and evolving....

49. "Cultivate a network of trusted mentors and colleagues. Other people can give us the best insight into ourselves—and our own limitations. We must have the courage to ask for help and to request feedback to expand our vision of what's possible.”

- Maria Castañón Moats (US Assurance Leader of PwC)

50. "Continuous learning leads to continuous improvement. Commit yourself to advancing your knowledge, skills, and expertise. The business environment is quickly changing, and your understanding of the leading practices, thinking, and emerging tools will help you manage for better results. Be a lifelong student."

- Pam Alabaster (SVP of Corporate Communications at Revlon)


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