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"You'd think they'd be more zen about bling."
"Is it casual casual or expensive casual?"
"It's remarkable, Mr. Volmer. You have the clothes of a man half your age!"
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"We look better in winter."
"I can't wait until I'm old enough to dress myself."
"Do I look ridiculous in this hat or does this hat look ridiculous on me?"
"I'm tired of Jennifer Aniston. I want to go back to Candice Bergen."
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"I feel so foolish without a hat."
"I don't really have the skirt for this blouse."
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"Fun fact. Martin's a hipster."
As his hearing worsened, Larry had to buy louder and louder clothes.
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"Rouse yourself, Weintraub! The miniskirt is back!"
"But if there were a Secretary of Clothing I'd nominate Bill Blass."
"I spent many years in the closet."
'For God's sake, Mildred, you're a lawyer, not a lawyerette!'
"These informal meetings have become really informal."
"You not only have multiple personalities, but worse - They have a clashing sense of style."
"Does my brain look big in this?"
'You're probably just trying to get our attention, son, and believe me, you've succeeded in a big,big way.'
Choosing What To Wear.
"I need a blouse to accessorize my glass of cabernet."
"Got anything in a smaller check?"
"You're wearing odd socks."
"Harris....That's not a corporate image!"
"Warning: Objects in Mirror Appear Thinner Than They Are."
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