65 Trousers Quotes On Success In Life

These trousers quotes will inspire you. Trousers are an outer garment covering the body from the waist to the ankles, with a separate part for each leg.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging trousers quotes, trousers sayings, and trousers proverbs.

Best Trousers Quotes

  1. “A pair of brilliantly cut cotton trousers can be more beautiful than a gorgeous silk gown.” ~ Yohji Yamamoto
  2. “You gotta wear the right trousers if you’re gonna be a rock star.” ~ Chris Martin
  3. “I grow old … I grow old … I shall wear the bottoms of my trousers rolled.” ~ T. S. Eliot
  4. “I had my trousers on at all times.” ~ Anthony Head
  5. “The existence of trousers proves that God meant us to be bipeds.” ~ David C.H. Austin

  6. “a most excellent man, though I could have wished his trousers not quite so tight in some places and not quite so loose in others.” ~ Charles Dickens
  7. “The first sign of extravagance is to buy trousers that one does not need.” ~ George Ade
  8. “Every man has his moral backside which he refrains from showing unless he has to and keeps covered as long as possible with the trousers of decorum.” ~ Georg C. Lichtenberg
  9. “Just as we outgrow a pair of trousers, we outgrow acquaintances, libraries, principles, etc., at times before they’re worn out and times – and this is the worst of all – before we have new ones.” ~ Georg C. Lichtenberg
  10. “I am a cloud – in trousers.” ~ George Balanchine

  11. “I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn’t find any.” ~ Tommy Cooper
  12. “I hate wearing trousers and shoes. I wear jeans and sneakers most of the time.” ~ Mark Webber
  13. “Even in moments of tranquility, Murray Walker sounds like a man whose trousers are on fire.” ~ Clive James
  14. “There are moments, Jeeves, when one asks oneself, ‘Do trousers matter?'” “The mood will pass, sir.” ~ P. G. Wodehouse
  15. “I never weigh myself. But if I put my trousers on and they don’t do up, then I don’t eat until I can.” ~ Charlie Watts

  16. “Shall I part my hair behind? Do I dare to eat a peach?” ~ T. S. Eliot
  17. “So, we get into the first piece. Then, layer, layer, layer, do all of this. Then we jump into the trousers. Then I’m zip-tied in to this bottom piece and glued into the feet. So you can’t get out. There is a zipper…somewhere. But it’ll cost you money to find out where. And to actually make it functional, it’s pretty ridiculous. So, I plan ahead.” ~ Colm Feore
  18. “I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each. I do not think that they will sing to me.” ~ T. S. Eliot
  19. “The only man who really needs a tailcoat is a man with a hole in his trousers.” ~ John Taylor
  20. “I am much inclined to live from my rucksack, and let my trousers fray as they like.” ~ Hermann Hesse

  21. “I want to go out at the top, but the secret is knowing when you’re at the top, it’s so difficult in this business, your career fluctuates all the time, up and down, like a pair of trousers.” ~ Rod Stewart
  22. “One should never put on one’s best trousers to go out to fight for freedom.” ~ Henrik Ibsen
  23. “Drinking wine and wearing trousers were nothing compared to reading the history of ideas.” ~ Ayaan Hirsi Ali
  24. “A man walks into doctor’s office. “What seems to be the problem?” asks the doc. “It’s … um … well … I have five penises.” replies the man. “Blimey!” says the doctor, “How do your trousers fit?” “Like a glove.”” ~ Tommy Cooper
  25. “All a woman needs to be chic is a raincoat, two suits, a pair of trousers and a cashmere sweater” ~ Hubert de Givenchy

  26. “Women say hello and then put their hands down my trousers. I thought it was my hand they were supposed to shake.” ~ Simon Cowell
  27. “Lord Maccon believed that if his trousers were on his legs, and something else was on his torso, he was dressed. The less done after that, the better. His wife had been startled to find that in the summertime, he actually went around their room barefoot! Once — and only once, mind you — he even attempted to join her for tea in such a state. Impossible man. Alexia put a stop to that posthaste.” ~ Gail Carriger
  28. “Hold the newsreader’s nose squarely, waiter, or friendly milk will countermand my trousers.” ~ Stephen Fry
  29. “Shall I part my hair behind Do I dare to eat a peach I shall wear white flannel trousers, and walk upon the beach. I have heard the mermaids singing, each to each. I do not think that they will sing to me.” ~ T. S. Eliot
  30. “Whenever I’ve worn trousers or a suit, it always makes me feel sexy but effortless and confident.” ~ Sophie Cookson

  31. “A fellow once came to me to ask for an appointment as a minister abroad. Finding he could not get that, he came down to some more modest position. Finally, he asked to be made a tide-waiter. When he saw he could not get that, he asked me for an old pair of trousers. It is sometimes well to be humble.” ~ Abraham Lincoln
  32. “When you’re dealing with someone who only has a pair of underpants on, if you take his underpants off, he has nothing left – he’s naked. You’re better off trying to find him a pair of trousers to complement him rather than change him.” ~ Arsene Wenger
  33. “Practical prayer is harder on the soles of your shoes than on the knees of your trousers.” ~ Austin O’Malley
  34. “I feel in my bones that Lady Gaga is a true strident feminist and good for my soul – but how do I square this with the fact that she’s constantly walking around in her bra and pants, even at, like, airports and stuff, where even nudists wear a fleece and linen drawstring trousers?” ~ Caitlin Moran
  35. “The fact is that Mike Tyson bit through my trousers and took a significant piece of flesh out of my thigh.” ~ Lennox Lewis

  36. “What if my trousers are shabby and worn, they cover a warm hearth.” ~ Thomas Lansing Masson
  37. “I had spent the whole of my savings … on a suit for the wedding – a remarkable piece of apparel with lapels that had been modelled on the tail fins of a 1957 Coupe de Ville and trousers so copiously flared that when I walked you didn’t see my legs move.” ~ Bill Bryson
  38. “Not even a hand-stitched suit could hide a body gone ruinously to seed. I was tempted to offer some fashion advice, but I didn’t think he’d welcome the news that this year, bellies are being worn inside the trousers.” ~ Val McDermid
  39. “All my stuff is men’s fashion. It’s always oversized shirts, boyfriend blazers and trousers.” ~ Bella Heathcote
  40. “Civilized men arrived in the Pacific, armed with alcohol, syphilis, trousers, and the Bible.” ~ Havelock Ellis

  41. “In 1987, I was in Edinburgh doing my first one-man show. I took part in a kickabout with some fellow comedians and tripped over my trousers and heard this cracking sound in my leg. A couple of days later I went into a coma and was diagnosed with a pulmonary embolism.” ~ Paul Merton
  42. “There’s a portion of the movie where something bad happens to me, and I lose my clothes along the way, so essentially I’m wearing a bra and trousers. There are certain requirements, but luckily I have a good base because I work out often.” ~ Gwyneth Paltrow
  43. “Mr. Pickwick took a seat and the paper, but instead of reading the latter, peeped over the top of it, and took a survey of the man of business, who was an elderly, pimply-faced, vegetable-diet sort of man, in a black coat, dark mixture trousers, and small black gaiters; a kind of being who seemed to be an essential part of the desk at which he was writing, and to have as much thought or sentiment.” ~ Charles Dickens
  44. “Trousers and the reputation of not being a thief are similar in the following way: There is no particular honor in having them but once they are lost, everyone thinks they have the right to insult us.” ~ Franz Grillparzer
  45. “The older I get, the more I want to do. It beats death, decay or golf in unfortunate trousers. Peace and quiet depress me.” ~ Simon Schama

  46. “If I go out with a jacket and a pair of trousers that my wife doesn’t like, you can bet your ass it ain’t in my wardrobe the following day. I say that it gets lost in the sky.” ~ Ozzy Osbourne
  47. “So I went down my local ice-cream shop, and said ‘I want to buy an ice-cream’. He said Hundreds & thousands?’ I said ‘We’ll start with one.’ He said ‘Knickerbocker glory?’ I said ‘I do get a certain amount of freedom in these trousers, yes.'” ~ Tim Vine
  48. “Trousers can never be too tight. You have to go through a couple of days of pain, then everything stretches out.” ~ Noel Fielding
  49. “A skirt is no obstacle to extemporaneous sex, but it is physically impossible to make love to a girl while she is wearing trousers.” ~ Helen Lawrenson
  50. “Think of the many different relations of form and content. E.g., the many pairs of trousers and what’s in them.” ~ Mason Cooley

  51. “Listen, children: Your father is dead. From his old coats I’ll make you little jackets; I’ll make you little trousers From his old pants. There’ll be in his pockets Things he used to put there, Keys and pennies Covered with tobacco; Dan shall have the pennies To save in his bank; Anne shall have the keys To make a pretty noise with. Life must go on, Though good men die; Anne, eat your breakfast; Dan, take your medicine; Life must go on; I forget just why.” ~ Edna St. Vincent Millay
  52. “On the contrary, there is something pleasing about his mouth when he speaks. And there is something of dignity in the way his trousers cling to those most English parts of him.” ~ Seth Grahame-Smith
  53. “Is not the most erotic portion of a body where the garment gapes? In perversion (which is the realm of textual pleasure) there are no “erogenous zones” (a foolish expression, besides); it is intermittence, as psychoanalysis has so rightly stated, which is erotic: the intermittence of skin flashing between two articles of clothing (trousers and sweater), between two edges (the open-necked shirt, the glove and the sleeve); it is this flash itself which seduces, or rather: the staging of an appearance-as-disappearance.” ~ Roland Barthes
  54. “The regime had understood that one person leaving her house while asking herself: Are my trousers long enough?’ Is my veil in place?’ Can my make-up be seen?’ Are they going to whip me?’ No longer asks herself: Where is my freedom of thought?’ Where is my freedom of speech?’ My life, is it livable?’ What’s going on in the political prisons?” ~ Marjane Satrapi
  55. “Rock music should be gross: that’s the fun of it. It gets up and drops its trousers.” ~ Bruce Dickinson

  56. “Muggle women wear them, Archie, not the men, they wear these,” said the Ministry wizard, and he brandished the pinstriped trousers. “I’m not putting them on,” said old Archie in indignation. “I like a healthy breeze ’round my privates, thanks.” ~ J. K. Rowling
  57. “I do love the sound of ripping corn husks. The violence of the noise, the sustained popping and shoring of the silky organic threads, made me think of someone tearing up an expensive and potentially Italian set of trousers in a fit of madness that this person just might regret later.” ~ Reif Larsen
  58. “He no longer dreamed of storms, nor of women, nor of great occurrences, nor of great fish, nor fights, nor contests of strength, nor of his wife. He only dreamed of places now and the lions on the beach. They played like young cats in the dusk and he loved them as he loved the boy. He never dreamed about the boy. He simply woke, looked out the open door at the moon and unrolled his trousers and put them on.” ~ Ernest Hemingway
  59. “If you like I’ll be furious flesh elemental, or- changing to tones that the sunset arouses- if you like- I’ll be extraordinary gentle, not a man but – a cloud in trousers.” ~ Vladimir Mayakovsky

  60. “He had once found himself in a room with Lady Bessborough’s long-haired white cat. He happened to be dressed in an immaculate black coat and trousers, and was there thoroughly alarmed by the cat’s stalking round and round and making motions as if it proposed to sit upon him. He waited until he believed himself to be unobserved, then he picked it up, opened a window, and tossed it out. Despite falling three storeys to the ground, the cat survived, but one of its legs was never quite right afterward and it always evinced the greatest dislike of gentlemen in black clothes.” ~ Susanna Clarke
  61. “I didn’t like the way it looked in white trousers, and I couldn’t find anything to work underneath them.” ~ Sara Blakely
  62. “I love a bit of a sequin and a bead. I do, even though I usually wear trousers, when I put a frock on. I like a bead or a sequin.” ~ Jacki Weaver
  63. “Losing your capital is like losing your trousers. It is a real humiliation, and one not to be soon repeated.” ~ James Buchan

  64. “The Savage interrupted him. “But isn’t it natural to feel there’s a God?”
    “You might as well ask if it’s natural to do up one’s trousers with zippers,” said the Controller sarcastically. “You remind me of another of those old fellows called Bradley. He defined philosophy as the finding of bad reason for what one believes by instinct. As if one believed anything by instinct! One believes things because one has been conditioned to believe them. Finding bad reasons for what one believes for other bad reasons – that’s philosophy. People believe in God because they’ve been conditioned to.”” ~ Aldous Huxley
  65. “Bono told me how to dance in high heels and he also told me about U2’s Glastonbury performance and how everything that could have possibly gone wrong went wrong, including him ripping his trousers on stage. I think he was lunging and his trousers ripped! He was telling me how he had to find a new way of performing that didn’t involve moving.” ~ Florence Welch

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