Preppy Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Preppy Quotes from famous persons: Tommy Hilfiger, Selah Louise Marley, Nate Berkus, Brandi Cyrus, Alexander Wang. The wide variety of quotes available makes it possible to find a quote to suit your needs. You’ve likely heard some of the Preppy Quotes before, but that’s because they truly are great.

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I knew exactly what I wanted to do. I wanted to build some kind of lifestyle brand that was preppy and cool.
My style is always different. Sometimes it’s preppy, sometimes it’s chic.
You don’t have to paint your walls lime green just to try to have your home feel decorated. If you‘re a classic dresser or preppy dresser or a modern dresser, you wear a lot of blackwhatever it is – your home should reflect that as well.
I’m not your typical preppy put-together girl that wears high heels or whatever. I love unique pieces.
My mom would put me in these preppy little suits and slick my hair to the side. I have these baby pictures of me where I’m this little preppy kid with a sweater tied around my neck.
I was a camp counselor for kids whose moms were on welfare, unfortunately, and right across the camp was the best, most pristine and preppy camp in the universe.
Harvey Weinstein
Khaki trousers soon became the province of hipsters like Jack Kerouac and Miles Davis. They were taken to new heights by Ralph Lauren, who helped popularize them among college professors and preppy men.
I grew up in a conservative New England town and showed up to my middle school orientation dressed like ‘Cluelesswhile everyone else was wearing J. Crew and lacrosse uniforms. I never really fit into that preppy look.
I got my first Charvet knit tie when I was 15. I actually stole it from my father. I love them because you can wear them day to night. They’re French and preppy and have been around since the 1800s.
In my personal life, I really like the look of vests. I wear fitted, business ones, and perfectly preppy sweater vests that I can knit myself.
I’ve always been a little ‘preppy street.’ That’s how I would describe it. I’m not all the way into street wear, but I am not all the way into a suit and tie either, so I try to combine that look.
When you think mid-seventies, you think of Studio 54, but there was a whole other thing going on. Where I was, it was more deep-woods preppy. Real-guy preppy.
I am very picky with my career. I don’t need to do it for the money or the fame. I’m very choosy, which is why I haven‘t played the typical role that people expect to see from someone of my stature and size, as the mean jock or the preppy. It’s very easy to see me like that. That’s why I go against it in different roles.
Hey, you gotta love a gangsta girl. Even the suburban and preppy girls wanna be gangsta girls. That’s the whole gimmick to it. Everybody wants to be a gangsta girl.
I am preppy, geek-chic with a touch of Bozo the Clown with a touch of ‘Showgirls.’ Sometimes, I look at myself and think I should put on a red nose, white face and maybe entertain some kids.
Producers have a tendency to put you in a pigeonhole: ‘What does this white, middle-aged preppy know about 1960s Kingston?’
Western beauty is considered the dominant beauty in the world. Tall, blond, blue eyes. I always felt a little self-conscious because I wanted to be more Caucasian. I tried to get bigger eyes… I would dress preppy.
I am all about comfort and whatever comes along with comfort. I wear a lot of sweats. But I’m also very preppy naturally.
People ask how can a Jewish kid from the Bronx do preppy clothes? Does it have to do with class and money? It has to do with dreams.
I love funky styles. Not preppy or rock, just funky!
Sometimes I like to be comfortable and wear black jeans with a blazer, a really comfortable t-shirt, and low boots with heels. Sometimes I like to be feminine and preppy.
Pom Klementieff
I watched the documentary ‘I Hate Christian Laettner,’ and I really hate Christian Laettner. It made me understand why everybody hates Christian Laettner and Duke basketball. I mean, they’re just a bunch of preppy white boys from Tobacco Road or whatever.
Well I am from Annapolis Maryland. I went to High school in Baltimore, but I grew up in Annapolis. It was a cute town. We lived on a waterfront community. It was good, even though I don’t really fit the preppy boater kind of style.
The preppy lifestyle has gone global. We feel that our business has grown so well because preppy travels so well. It’s all-American classic.
When you start your career, you have to figure out a way to separate yourself from the pack. So I went for a kind of preppy, psycho-killer look: I had short hair, grey flannel pants, and a button-down shirt. I think it worked, because nobody else was looking that way at that time.
I’ve been lucky enough to play roles that are not just the preppy cheerleader or sullen emo girl. I’ve been able to play roles that are really vast and varied and very three-dimensional. Fingers crossed that it remains the same.
Tara Lynne Barr
I went through different looks. At one period, I was preppy because that’s how I grew up. But then I had bleached hair in the front. And I used to wear – then I wanted to be a beatnik. It was hard to be a beatnik in suburban Baltimore. But I wanted to be one.
I remember going to one party of this preppy, bourgeois crowd, and there was some obnoxious character there, really bad news, and saying, ‘Oh my God, so the caricature you always see in films actually exists.’
Preppy never goes away. It just has its moment every 15 years, and then it goes back underground.
Well I love preppy style; I like J. Crew for guys.