Friday, February 24, 2012
THE QUOTABLE L. CERAND...
Go here and read this, written by her. Below, some highlights:
'Glamour is constructed, elegance is acquired, and charm is innate.'
'I no longer cultivate friendships that would be based on anything other than my simple, straightforward and honest desire to get to know the other person better.'
'Simplicity, in all things, is worth the pursuit.'
'It’s no honor being the best-dressed person, either; it’s a sign to find a more beautiful room.'
'....I’d rather have one decent dress that I washed every night in the sink than wear polyester.'
'Elegance is forgiveness, in the most comprehensive sense of the term, and the understanding that everyone would like to minimize the anguish that is a natural part of life, even if they don’t necessarily know how or where to begin. There is today, and now.'
Thank god she's coming to London soon.