We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Uniforms Quotes from Nancy Pelosi, Jahlil Okafor, Ananya Panday, Willie Geist, Birgitte Hjort Sorensen. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
I have a few uniforms – depending on whether I’m going to a college campus or meeting a head of state. But clean and easy works best for me.
I’m a big fan of black uniforms.
In my school, we wore uniforms and couldn’t apply nail polish or kajal.
In a tradition second in wonderful absurdity only to 60-year-old baseball managers wearing uniforms and spikes in the dugout, golf spectators come dressed ready to play 18.
I have a problem with fashion magazines sometimes – they seem to have these dogmas or uniforms. ‘This is the way you must look; this is this season’s must-have.’ I really resent the phrase ‘must-have.’ I prefer to decide for myself what I think is beautiful or fashionable.
Like most markets, Da Jing is most alive just after dawn, when the elementary-school children in their uniforms and bright red kerchiefs set off through narrow streets, marking the start of another frenzied day of commerce.
If I had spent as much time in the weight room as I did designing football uniforms, I probably would have had a free college education.
Man, if I made one million dollars I would come in at six in the morning, sweep the stands, wash the uniforms, clean out the office, manage the team and play the games.
The suits are as similar as uniforms, and yet you can tell their individual qualities by how they respond to movement – the good ones ripple like wheat in a field and provide not a show of monotony but rather a spectacle of plenty.
I have a sliding glass door on my closet, and when I slide it one way I can see all my uniforms, and the other way is all my own clothes.
The thing about my high school, which I loved, is that we had uniforms. But whenever we had a free dress day, it was prep-ville, with sweater vests and polo shirts and khakis and Dockers.
Cops are everywhere in New York City. Cars drive by every few minutes. Uniforms stand nonchalantly at street corners.
From the beginning of time, the bad guys always had the best uniforms. Napoleon, the Confederates, the Nazis.
I don’t believe in honors – it bothers me. Honors bother: honors is epaulettes; honors is uniforms. My papa brought me up this way.
There exists a cell of policemen within the Delhi Police which is accountable to no one but itself. Operating without uniforms, these are the dreaded encounters specialists of Delhi.
Well, the thing about my high school, which I loved, is that we had uniforms. But whenever we had a free dress day, it was prep-ville, with sweater vests and polo shirts and khakis and Dockers.
I want to give back to the community, help the kids, get them uniforms, books, book bags, everything they need… just do better. That’s where it starts: the kids.
Last year we had so many people coming in and out they didn’t bother to sew their names on the backs of the uniforms. They just put them there with Velcro.
A restaurant is a compendium of choices that the owner has made. If you look around a restaurant, everything represents a choice: the kind of salt shaker that’s on the table, the art on the walls, the uniforms on the waiters.
I have always loved fashion since I was a kid and customized my school uniforms.
Leaders in Africa are so corrupt that we are certain if we put dogs in uniforms and put guns on their shoulders, we’d be hard put to distinguish them.
I grew up in a conservative New England town and showed up to my middle school orientation dressed like ‘Clueless’ while everyone else was wearing J. Crew and lacrosse uniforms. I never really fit into that preppy look.
Growing up in the Bay Area, I played early on with these quartet groups who set guidelines for me. I remember the guys would all have the same clothes and shoes, like these uniforms. I was in awe.
When I first came to Guangzhou in 1981, it seemed such a hard and dour place with everyone in Chairman Mao uniforms.
In the summer of 2000, four college friends and I grew mustaches, bought highway patrol uniforms, and shot a $1.2 million budgeted independent film called ‘Super Troopers.’
Bedales was perfect for my sister and me. Very open. Very few rules. No uniforms. Co-educational. And very little of ‘You have to do this like this.’ You very much controlled your education.
To people of my generation, the picture show was really another dimension – sensual, whimsical. No uniforms or collective rites, but a place where little boys like me could laugh and feel free.
With each concept, we change it up completely and the styles have been so diverse. For ‘Boy in Luv,’ we wore school uniforms. For ‘Blood, Sweat & Tears,’ it was a range of suits and white shirts.
My parents divorced, my brothers and I ended up living with my mother, and we were living with the choice of heating or eating. My mum was working, but she needed financial support to make ends meet. I had to have free school dinners and free school uniforms.
Who in their infinite wisdom decreed that Little League uniforms be white? Certainly not a mother.
In third grade, I played basketball with the boys every day at lunch. I had braces that were yellow and purple, and I wore full Laker uniforms to school.
I don’t have any elaborate uniforms; I come to the ring in a T-shirt, a pair of sneakers and some shorts.
I have such sister compassion for women in uniform in life, principally, because now I know how incredibly uncomfortable those uniforms are on top of all the other things they’re dealing with that are far more important.
Education from six-year-old to 14 is compulsory in Nigeria, but the simple fact is that a lack of resources, coupled with peoples’ inability to afford books and uniforms mean the reality for millions of Nigerian children is a life without education.
The only difference between baseball guys or football guys and wrestling guys is that when you go to the game, you see a team out on the field wearing uniforms. In wrestling, you see a two-thirds naked guy up real close.