"[M]any of the details which were considered to be a mark of elegance some years ago are condemned today for reasons of comfort." (pg. 31)
"However, if women continue to seek comfort above all twenty-four hours a day, twelve months a year, they may eventually find that they have allowed themselves to become slaves to the trainer, Lycra from head to toe, ready meals, organized travel, functional uniformity, and general stultification." (pg. 32)
Dariaux, Genevieve Antoine. A Guide to Elegance. New York: William Morrow, 2003. Print.