Top 204 Dressing Quotes

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“I’m not vain – I just love make-up and dressing up.”

― Abbey Clancy

“I’m determined not to start dressing like I’m 45 years old now that I’m a mum.”

― Abbey Clancy

“You can’t complain about your dressing room or you’ll look like Celine Dion.”

― Adele

“I’ll do very light, very easy yoga in my dressing room. I like to just lay down on the floor and put my legs on the wall and stretch and just be still.”

― Aidy Bryant

“All of a sudden I’m in the major leagues and we’re traveling from town to town. I see the other players dressing different every day. I’ve got only one suit and I keep wearing it over and over. I’m really embarrassed.”

― Al Kaline

“When I joined the ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ panel in 2009, the controller of the BBC came into my dressing room and said they were proud to have a woman of colour on their panel. It was so nice that they acknowledged it.”

― Alesha Dixon

“I don’t think a lot of artists have the freedom that I have when it comes to dressing in general.”

― Alessia Cara

“A lot of ‘2112’ was written in the back seat of a car and in cold dressing rooms while on tour in northern Ontario.”

― Alex Lifeson

“I’m just really good at dressing my body’s proportions.”

― Alexa Chung

“That’s the attitude I approach everything with: I don’t want there to be a lot of dressing on anything.”

― Anderson East

“I’ve seen material competitiveness destroy relationships in dressing rooms. People end up worrying about what someone else is earning and whether they’re missing out.”

― Andrew Flintoff

“It was an old cricket coach who started calling me Fred – as in Flintstone. There are far worse things to be called in the dressing room.”

― Andrew Flintoff

“There was never a time when I wasn’t making guitars out of cardboard or dressing up like the Misfits.”

― Andy Biersack

“There’s absolutely no boundaries in dressing for any size, ever.”

― Barbie Ferreira

“I love dressing up.”

― Bat for Lashes

“Is punk dressing up in leather jackets? No. It’s having a counter-cultural perspective.”

― Ben Hopkins

“I love dressing up around the holidays! My friends also really like to get dressed up. It’s an excuse to get fancy.”

― Beth Riesgraf

“I really enjoyed playing Vinny Vedecci, the Italian talk show host. He was the first character I ever came up with where I gave him a name and a way of dressing.”

― Bill Hader

“I’m a big advocate for young girls dressing their age.”

― Bindi Irwin

“I don’t like to dump the dressing on top of the greens. Instead, I pour it against the side of the bowl – using only enough to glaze the leaves – then toss.”

― Bobby Flay

“I had always enjoyed playing characters and dressing up, but it wasn’t until I got to school and I started getting on stage for plays that I got the bug.”

― Brian Gleeson

“A fine timepiece is part of dressing like a gentleman. When I first made a little money, I bought my first watch which was a Rolex Daytona. It was just one of those things that said I was successful.”

― Brian McKnight

“When I did pink, I did it so I wouldn’t be dressing like everybody else.”

― Cam’ron

“My decorating and renovation skills are nil – indeed, I once used a shower curtain from Pottery Barn as ‘window dressing.’”

― Candace Bushnell

“There are too many 50-year-olds dressing as 20-year-olds.”

― Carine Roitfeld

“For one thing, my English isn’t fantastic, and communicating in the dressing room is not always easy.”

― Carlos Tevez

“I love being a woman. I like dressing up; I love buying shoes.”

― Carly Fiorina

“I have a Maltese Shih Tzu. I’m notorious for dressing her up in sweaters.”

― Caroline Sunshine

“There was a note on my dressing room table that said, Call Neil Young.”

― Carrie Snodgress

“I love dressing up, although that doesn’t mean necessarily on the school run.”

― Cate Blanchett

“I’m not good at dressing up fancy; I always just do my thing, which is whatever I’m in the mood for.”

― Charli XCX

“Theater dressing rooms are my home away from home – my second home, really.”

― Cheyenne Jackson

“The dressing room is not the place where you show emotion.”

― Chris Coleman

“I shared a dressing room with Alan Shearer. I used to watch the opposition looking at him, and they’d be thinking they need to score more than one because Shearer is going to score, and he scores every game. That psychological advantage is fantastic.”

― Chris Coleman

“When I was in school, I was always writing scripts and dressing up as characters. I’d constantly be that guy who’d get up on stage. I used to write imaginary TV shows, like soap operas, for fun.”

― Chris Lilley

“I like to pick out a certain part of each show I’m in and I watch it when I’m not onstage or in my dressing room. I’ll go down to the stage and watch that part of the show each night.”

― Colin Donnell

“I can’t imagine leaving the theatre altogether. My dressing room has become a home from home.”

― Darcey Bussell

“I’ve always enjoyed fashion and dressing up for things, whether it’s high fashion or play fashion.”

― Darren Criss

“In the dressing room before kick off, Arsene won’t say a lot.”

― David Seaman

“When I did ‘Racing Demon’ by David Hare, I worked with Paul Giamatti, who had stacks of books in his dressing room. I was offstage a lot, so I would go read in his room. He was reading a four-part series on the Byzantine Empire by Alexander A. Vasiliev. I read two of those during the run of the play.”

― Denis O’Hare

“Through the Internet of things, ‘connected kitchens’ will alert consumers if they’re running low on broth and when their salad dressing needs to be replenished.”

― Denise Morrison

“The wrap dress is the most traditional form of dressing: It’s like a robe, it’s like a kimono, it’s like a toga. It doesn’t have buttons or zippers. What made it different was that it was jersey; therefore, it was close to the body and it was a print.”

― Diane von Furstenberg

“’Seba’ Veron was one of the best players I shared a dressing room with. Not only was he technically gifted and could pass the ball accurately over distance, not only could he anticipate where players would run, but he also ran himself.”

― Diego Forlan

“As soon as I score, my mother texts me, so when I go in the dressing room, her text is there waiting for me to read!”

― Dimitar Berbatov

“I started dressing vintage when I was a teenager because I didn’t have money for designer clothes.”

― Dita Von Teese

“If I hadn’t been a woman, I’d be a drag queen for sure. I like all that flair and I’d be dressing up in them high heels and putting on the big hair. I’d be like Ru Paul.”

― Dolly Parton

“I have nothing against glamorous dressing.”

― Dries van Noten

“My earliest memories are at the Blue Note here in New York or backstage at different theatres or different clubs, dressing rooms.”

― Elisabeth Moss

“I’d like to think we can make a nice, glowing change to British dressing.”

― Emilia Wickstead

“I have never been a bad influence in the dressing room.”

― Emmanuel Adebayor

“I was a vocal presence in the dressing room as an 18-year-old at Leeds.”

― Fabian Delph

“I fell in love with dressing myself up.”

― Fan Bingbing

“Filmmaking, whatever the window dressing or the scale of a film may be, is eventually about telling a story.”

― Farhan Akhtar

“In the dressing room, we’ve just made it really Zen: low lighting, lots of candles, and fresh, healthy food.”

― Flume

“It’s not so much the dressing up, but I love the idea of moving and existing in a different time.”

― Francesca Annis

“My priority is, do my players feel supported from within their dressing room by their own federation?”

― Gareth Southgate

“Dressing up used to be more of a thing. My dad wore a suit always. Now you think, why bother?”

― Geena Davis

“The weight of a fabric is inconsequential, since seasonal dressing is all about layering.”

― George Kotsiopoulos

“Winter dressing is all about having chic outerwear.”

― George Kotsiopoulos

“I love ’80s music, but in the dressing room, it tends to be more lively!”

― Gerard Pique

“I normally wear jeans and sneakers, but given an occasion, I enjoy dressing up.”

― Gia Coppola

“I don’t like dressing up, and I don’t like putting on make-up or doing the red carpet. The only red carpet events I go to are if I’m supporting a friend.”

― Gina Bellman

“It’s a really fun thing to do, dressing up.”

― Ginevra Elkann

“I believe in dressing for the occasion. There’s a time for sweater, sneakers and Levis and a time for the full-dress jazz.”

― Ginger Rogers

“I’m more of a player that listens and focuses on myself in the dressing room; I don’t talk much before the matches.”

― Gonzalo Higuain

“Ever since I was a little girl, I loved dressing up.”

― Grace Potter

“Dressing up as decrepit old ladies, and even decrepit young ladies, was one of our staples.”

― Graham Chapman

“When I was younger, I was a complete tomboy. Then in college I started emerging out of the tomboy stage and dressing differently.”

― Hope Solo

“I love dressing up for the red carpet.”

― Huma Qureshi

“When you have confidence, the atmosphere in the dressing room also improves.”

― Inzamam-ul-Haq

“In each of my homes, I have a leopard room. I don’t know why, but I do. It’s like my lounge next to the dressing rooms.”

― Ivana Trump

“I like dressing up for dates and dissecting a dinner conversation with a new guy to determine if he might be The One.”

― J. Courtney Sullivan

“The dance commonly begins about the middle of the afternoon or later, after sundown. When it begins in the afternoon, there is always an intermission of an hour or two for supper. The preliminary painting and dressing is usually the work of about two hours.”

― James Mooney

“Of all the things I do, acting is the thing that grabs most, but there’s another level on which it strikes me as being a little silly. In the end you’re dressing up and deciding to be somebody.”

― Jane Asher

“Like at Halloween: I knew I’d arrived when I saw people dressing up on Halloween as my character.”

― Jane Badler

“A lot of my designs are inspired by the 1930s, when people were fabulous at dressing up. Then it just all kind of fell away.”

― Jenny Packham

“I like the challenge of dressing ladies in lots of different things.”

― Jenny Packham

“I like dressing like I’m going on a date when I’m on stage.”

― Jenny Slate

“Well, I think mostly we’re dressing for men.”

― Jerry Hall

“When hip-hop came along, men and women started dressing down as a form of rebellion.”

― Jidenna

“I don’t like sitting around in my dressing room very much. It feels a lot like theater.”

― Jill Clayburgh

“I have a utilitarian approach to dressing; as long as I quite like it and it covers me up, I don’t care what it is.”

― Jo Brand

“I mean, even my dressing room at the studio has candles and cushions and cashmere rugs and things.”

― Joan Collins

“I really enjoy dressing up. I’m pretty much a girlie girl.”

― Joanne Froggatt

“The day I came in and found another actor’s name on my dressing room door, and my stuff out in the hall, that was the day I learned my lesson.”

― Joe Penny

“There’s room for the Gap, but the joy of dressing is an art.”

― John Galliano

“Dressing up. People just don’t do it anymore. We have to change that.”

― John Galliano

“I always find the mirror in the dressing room is where the best artists are.”

― John Lydon

“My Chinese grandmother was a dressmaker, so I always enjoyed dressing up and looking cool.”

― John Rocha

“The perfect dressing is essential to the perfect salad, and I see no reason whatsoever for using a bottled dressing, which may have been sitting on the grocery shelf for weeks, even months – even years.”

― Julia Child

“Almost every morning when I go to the studio to work, I discover a fresh rose in the bud vase on my dressing table… one living and vital thing in a dusty arena of powder and tissue and matches and greasepaint.”

― Julie Andrews

“Far too often, I read a script where the girls are the girlfriend or the set dressing.”

― Jurnee Smollett-Bell

“Mail is processed. It arrives at Paramount Studios! It’s sorted, and a pile is brought to the production offices for each of the TV shows shot there. That mail is sorted so that each actor gets his letters. A pile is placed in his dressing room.”

― Justine Bateman

“By far the best dressing up outfit I ever had was a wonderful pair of clown dungarees, which my Granny made.”

― Kate Middleton

“I edit things down, and I’ve got a massive dressing room in the country, and so all the things I’m not going to wear but don’t want to get rid of go there. And all the stuff I want to get rid of goes to Oxfam.”

― Kate Moss

“At night, I love dressing up. I love putting on an outfit.”

― Kate Moss

“The genius of Kate Middleton is that she hasn’t gone too far. She’s still dressing in a way that people can relate to.”

― Kate Reardon

“Generally, variations in earnings aren’t nearly as impactful on glamour growth stocks as are changes in image and, well, sexiness. I often think of glamour stocks as though they are attractive women dressing to the nines.”

― Kenneth Fisher

“I’m not the most open player; I’m not the biggest clown. I just like going into the dressing room easy.”

― Kevin De Bruyne

“I’m not the kind of person who goes into the dressing room and says: ‘I’m the Guv here.’ But maybe I give off the aura that I’m the kind of person who can be a big player.”

― Kevin-Prince Boateng

“Your dressing area should be your private space.”

― Kim Cattrall

“I like dressing how I like to dress, and I look like a little art statement.”

― Kirsten Vangsness

“I believe in comfort and dressing according to my body type. I have a tall frame. So a lot of things suit me more than it would others.”

― Kriti Sanon

“When I joined the Lakers and moved to L.A., I started getting more serious about collecting sneakers and dressing from the feet up.”

― Kyle Kuzma

“I love, love, love, Halloween. I love dressing up – I think it’s rad!”

― Lauren Cohan

“I’m not dressing with men in mind at all. I’m just going to wear what I want to wear. It makes things easier, too.”

― Leandra Medine

“Part of what dressing for yourself means requires your understanding that the scrutiny of others is frankly irrelevant.”

― Leandra Medine

“I like to personalise my dressing room, have a cover for the bed and, if it is a long run, a few cushions and a teapot – a little pot for one.”

― Lesley Manville

“I always loved dressing up and telling stories.”

― Lily Collins

“I’ve become more and more comfortable with occasionally dressing sexier, but I still hope to express a ‘cool’ type of sensuality.”

― Liu Wen

“When you can’t do something truly useful, you tend to vent the pent up energy in something useless but available, like snappy dressing.”

― Lois McMaster Bujold

“To me, being grown-up meant smoking cigarettes, drinking cocktails, and dressing up in high heels and glamourous outfits.”

― Lorna Luft

“I like costumes. I am always dressing up – I’m very English like that.”

― Lou Doillon

“When I was 13 years old, I was dressing in a rap style. And then I changed schools, and the rap style became old-fashioned, so I changed it completely.”

― Louis Garrel

“I like there to be a good atmosphere in the dressing room, for music to be played before matches. We have to entertain the fans and have a good time ourselves.”

― Luis Enrique

“In the past, goalies weren’t even part of the team. They had their own dressing room. They didn’t speak with the other team members. They were lone warriors.”

― Manuel Neuer

“For people that don’t have any interest in the psychology of nuance, who need everything to be in their face, who don’t want to analyze… those aren’t the people I romanticize about dressing.”

― Marc Jacobs

“I’ve always been quiet in the dressing room before the game. I try to focus and give everything.”

― Marko Arnautovic

“You can’t keep losing and say nothing in the dressing room.”

― Marko Arnautovic

“I love how chic yet simple ballet style is for everyday dressing.”

― Mary Helen Bowers

“In the dressing room, I always put on my right shoe first. Same thing for my right wristband.”

― Mary Lou Retton

“I finally learned to love myself by dressing up as Geri Halliwell.”

― Matt Lucas

“Prince was outside his dressing room, shaking one of those little Easter egg maracas. His hair was straightened to a soft wave; his eyelashes were unfairly lovely. He smelled like the most expensive shelf in the Sephora perfume aisle. This man wearing eyeliner, heels and ladies’ perfume somehow managed to be more masculine than the burly bodyguard.”

― Mayte Garcia

“Ashlee Simpson kicking her dressing room door after getting caught lip-synching – that was interesting to watch.”

― Meghan McCain

“I was quite bright, but I didn’t do much with it, and I thought acting was dressing up and shouting for a living – which, of course, it isn’t.”

― Michelle Gomez

“I wouldn’t apply myself at school. I was quite bright, but I didn’t do much with it, and I thought acting was dressing up and shouting for a living.”

― Michelle Gomez

“I’ve always been interested in masking, layering, dressing up and beautifying yourself and what that meant to black women. I’ve always wanted to make things that I haven’t seen before.”

― Mickalene Thomas

“I feel it’s like being a kid and dressing up, because that’s what Baby Jane is.”

― Millicent Martin

“I believe in comfortable yet stylish dressing.”

― Mithila Palkar

“Burlesque girls were alchemists. They were steel-tough performers who were willing to use kitchens as dressing rooms, haul their costume bags through the snow, and go into debt over fake diamonds, all for the five minutes onstage when they were goddesses.”

― Molly Crabapple

“I don’t need to concentrate or meditate before a fight. I’m the kind of guy who’ll be having a laugh in the dressing room 10 minutes before the fight – that’s me.”

― Naseem Hamed

“When you’re dressing on a budget, simplicity is key.”

― Ne-Yo

“There’s something about the U.S. and Japan: two opposite ends of the planet, two completely different languages, and yet, especially in menswear, they share this kind of idealized way of dressing that is so close to what we do in America.”

― Nick Wooster

“I’m not a guy’s guy. I always loved girl things. I loved dolls. I loved dressing up and much more.”

― Nicolas Winding Refn

“I love the theater. I love being on stage; I love the live audience. I also love dressing up and all of the make-believe.”

― Nicole Ari Parker

“You can see it right away when a person is dressing outside of who she is.”

― Nicole Richie

“I met Elvis first in Las Vegas. I think I was appearing with Tom Jones and he came backstage to say hello to Tom or we went to his dressing room to say hello.”

― Norm Crosby

“The FA Cup final is such a fantastic final to play in. I played in the 1999 one at Wembley, and after having watched so many finals as a kid, to be able to make that long walk up from the dressing room to the pitch was fantastic.”

― Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

“I love the ’60s – that’s my comfort zone as far as dressing goes.”

― Ophelia Lovibond

“I have a personal little routine that I do in my dressing room just to kind of get myself mentally prepared to go on stage, and part of that is a poem that I read to myself.”

― Orlando Bloom

“Fashion is about dressing according to what’s fashionable. Style is more about being yourself.”

― Oscar de la Renta

“I don’t really do pranks any more. I have a laugh in the dressing room here, where it’s safe, and the guys don’t go to the papers and tell them what I’ve done.”

― Paul Gascoigne

“When I get home at night, I always have a soak in the tub before changing into my dressing gown and slippers.”

― Paul Hollywood

“There were players I shared a dressing room with who didn’t like each other. You don’t have to talk to each other. You just need to win matches.”

― Paul Scholes

“In my world, the dressing room was sacrosanct. The only time anyone was permitted to take pictures in there was when we had won a trophy.”

― Paul Scholes

“The kit man is the heartbeat of the football club, really. He knows the lads. He’s usually local, a fan, and he’s got his finger on the pulse of the dressing room.”

― Peter Crouch

“I like more the fact that I like to think out of the box. Thinking out of the box goes along with dressing out of the box and living out of the box.”

― Peter Marino

“If you’re a senior player, and you really want to make an impact in the dressing room, it’s difficult if you have players there who are not as committed as you are and they have a certain status.”

― Peter Schmeichel

“When I was five or six, I started dressing up like Davy Crockett.”

― Phil Collins

“I enjoy almost all of the game we kill. I only like to eat game that I have cleaned. I guess duck and dressing are still one of my favorites. We prefer fat green-winged teal or wood ducks for our dressing.”

― Phil Robertson

“People are dressing like stars, which is kind of fantastic.”

― Philip Treacy

“Wijnaldum always tries to do some jokes inside the dressing room. He’s always winding people up. He always tries to speak in Portuguese or Spanish with us and dancing.”

― Philippe Coutinho

“I like dressing in all seasons. Every season has its own character and charm.”

― Pierce Brosnan

“I love dressing for the winter – especially in baggy chunky cardigans.”

― Pixie Lott

“I have a drum set in my dressing room. I play drums to relax and have some fun.”

― Queen Latifah

“The reason we all need a mutton alert, which needs constant testing, like smoke alarms, is because there is really no such thing as age-appropriate dressing any longer, as I know because my wardrobe is interchangeable with my daughter’s.”

― Rachel Johnson

“Dressing for yourself and not a man is definitely something I advocate.”

― Rachel Roy

“I’m a big proponent of young women dressing appropriately in the workplace to get ahead. We need to demand respect as women, and part of that involves how we present ourselves.”

― Rachel Roy

“I’ve worked with so many teams, so many dressing rooms.”

― Rafael Benitez

“Barbie has always been an inspiration. Dressing her was part of ever girl’s dream.”

― Reem Acra

“My roomate at ‘Harvey’ is this guy Morgan Spector, an actor in town, and I’ve taught him Hive and Fastrack. Others have played For the Win, but Cards Against Humanity has been the dressing room hit. We’ve had the understudies, even Jim Parsons playing it. Our dressing room is practically sponsored by Cards Against Humanity.”

― Rich Sommer

“When you go onstage, the process of getting you from the dressing room to the stage is all about ego.”

― Richard Ashcroft

“Musicians get tense at big gigs. Some you can’t talk to before the concert; some you can’t talk to afterwards; some need the same size dressing rooms as others; others need bigger; some have comments to make on others’ musicianship or how a particular song ought to be played.”

― Richard Desmond

“Media were never allowed into an Australian dressing room until I became skipper. I changed that and invited them in at the close of play each day, thereby confirming for many administrators they had appointed a madman as captain.”

― Richie Benaud

“I feel like I’m a character already, as in, like, I love dressing up.”

― Rita Ora

“I like to be comfortable, but I do enjoy being a British gent and dressing up a bit.”

― Robbie Williams

“Thank you to all of the managers, coaches, and staff I’ve worked with and thank you to all of the team-mates that I’ve shared a dressing room with over the years.”

― Robert Green

“In the ’50s, women aspired to dress like their mothers – this polished, controlled, formal way of dressing. Then all of a sudden in the ’60s, going into the ’70s, they stopped dressing like their mothers.”

― Robin Givhan

“In every dressing room in the world, players say things to each other after a defeat, and then it gets forgotten.”

― Robinho

“Bagpipes is a woodwind instrument, so you have to warm it up. But in a wrestling dressing room? You’ve got to be kidding me.”

― Roddy Piper

“I sit next to Drogba in the dressing room. I listen all the time because he gives advice.”

― Romelu Lukaku

“For our first album, we were our own dressers. We didn’t have no stylists. We came up with all of the ideas when it came to dressing. At that time, Cross Colours and Jabos were really popular, so we were able to get stuff from them, but we always added accessories.”

― Rozonda Thomas

“In the early ’90s, all the girl groups were dressing super feminine. And then we came on the scene wearing Cross Colours, Girbaud, and Nautica.”

― Rozonda Thomas

“One pillar of my cooking is that salad dressing is sacred and that you always make it with the most delicious oil you can find. Usually, that means extra-virgin olive oil.”

― Samin Nosrat

“I aim to be pretty – I gave up dressing to be sexy in the eighties.”

― Sara Blakely

“My show mode is that the dressing room is like going into the cockpit. Going down the stairs is like going on the runway, and once we begin performing, it’s flight time. I’m just floatin’ on that stage.”

― Savion Glover

“I’m waiting for the Times Square characters to start dressing as me.”

― Scott Rogowsky

“I have always enjoyed dressing up, but I don’t do it as often as I would want to, because it’s time consuming.”

― Shreya Ghoshal

“I’m really not good at dressing up and being glamorous.”

― Sienna Miller

“Kyriakos Papadopoulos is really funny. So is Karim Bellarabi. They are full of jokes in the dressing room.”

― Son Heung-min

“I hate parties. I really don’t like public events. I hate dressing up. I am the worst celebrity ever!”

― Stockard Channing

“I always found the road exciting. I liked stinking hotels and freezing dressing rooms.”

― Suzi Quatro

“I love acting, though I don’t like the frills around it – red-carpet appearances, dressing up to look a certain way.”

― Swara Bhaskar

“Growing up, I was definitely a tomboy, an overall-and-Converse type of girl, and I still am, but for events, I love dressing up.”

― Sydney Sweeney

“I love dressing up for events; to me it’s almost like wearing a costume for the evening.”

― Tamsin Egerton

“I was raised in a very Middle Eastern household, and modesty was very important, and dressing to not be desirable or provocative was very important.”

― Tan France

“I keep 10-pound dumbbells in my dressing room. It’s nice to do before a show to get your muscles to wake up.”

― Taylor Louderman

“If you can’t stand the heat in the dressing room, get out of the kitchen.”

― Terry Venables

“Dressing up, for me, is looking like an idiot.”

― Theophilus London

“Each transfer brings a change to the dressing room that I must protect – that is my job.”

― Thomas Tuchel

“The ladies of comedy now are comfortable dressing up. It’s not forbidden anymore.”

― Tina Fey

“In my ‘Big Dinners’ cookbook, I recreated my mother’s recipe for crab dip. The creamy dressing for this dip, made with mayonnaise, tomato paste, a touch of honey, sliced chives, lemon juice and zest, horseradish and Tabasco, is reminiscent of Thousand Island dressing.”

― Tom Douglas

“I’m still that rowdy dude who has after-parties in his dressing room with a concert-sized PA system blasting away.”

― Tommy Lee

“Ancelotti speaks a lot with his players, creates a very close-knit atmosphere, and the Real Madrid dressing room was very sad when he left.”

― Toni Kroos

“I’m impressed with how the NBA, as a whole, is dressing so well. Guys are being very creative and having fun with it.”

― Tony Parker

“Every dressing room should have a few proper bottles of bubbly.”

― Tony Vincent

“I did an episode on my talk show on cellulite, and I brought seven women into a dressing room at Nordstrom’s in L.A., and we all sat and talked about our cellulite.”

― Tyra Banks

“I don’t have a reputation of being a super-witch who demands pink rugs in the dressing room.”

― Valerie Harper

“To me hair dressing means shape. It’s very important that the foundations should be right.”

― Vidal Sassoon

“It was a great experience to share the dressing room with names like Virat Kohli, M S Dhoni, Rohit Sharma.”

― Vijay Shankar

“Many stories come from the dressing room that one doesn’t speak when you are playing but can do once retired.”

― Virender Sehwag

“They’re dressing like in the 50’s when they come out to the shows, and many of them have vintage cars.”

― Wanda Jackson

“In the dressing room, we know that Arsene Wenger is the boss.”

― Wojciech Szczesny

“Dressing is a way of life.”

― Yves Saint Laurent
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