Words matter. These are the best Leighton Meester Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I watched a lot of TV, and it clicked one day that these people were acting. It sounded like the most fun thing ever.
I love Edith Wharton. And I love old New York. Anything to do with New York.
Any fear of aging, I think, is simply vanity.
I think you have to know how you feel when you’re sad and it’s healthy to mourn if a relationship ends.
The way I become friends with somebody is a slow process. You can’t just spill your guts and tell them everything about yourself and expect them to listen and understand you because you don’t know them. It’s the same thing with a relationship.
I couldn’t be happier.
Everyone has this universal understanding of roommate drama.
Honestly, all I ever do is work.
Guys who are unavailable are actually a dream come true for me because I’m unavailable all the time. It’s great they’re not down your throat.
I want a family someday and I know that I have to let love in to create that and I think there is someone out there for me, but I’m not on some crazy hunt for that right now.
I always change my hair, but I don’t like haircuts!
I never wear makeup when I’m not at work. It can make you forget what you look like, and I’ve grown to really love the way I look without it.
I’m not sure I ever want to get married.
I don’t even think about fame at all.
I look up to my mom. She’s a beautiful woman.
I do so much work that I don’t have a lot of time for my life!
I’m so accustomed to being alone.
In this world, everyone wants to know everything about you, and I think that’s funny.
It’s hard to have any kind of luck in this business.
I don’t know if it’d be any time soon but I’d really like to work on a collaboration with somebody – I always have ideas for stuff like that.
I’ve learned to let things roll off my back.
Sometimes you’re a little too close for comfort, and I think anybody can relate to that, whether you’re in college or just moving out on your own.
I’ve been so blessed to work with the people I have.
In real life I’ve learned to love not wearing any makeup whatsoever, and I’m super low-maintenance when it comes to my hair.
When you see how you react when you suffer that’s when you know what you are made of.
I’ve gotten to wear such beautiful clothes and had such a variety and it’s just been so nice because I feel like I’ve grown so much with my style and everything because I’ve been able to have fun with it. It’s really fun for me.
You know how you’re supposed to choose between playing up your eyes or your lips? I always choose lips. I love the drama.
I really like to be able to have variety and to try different things – that’s the beauty of fashion.
I just go at my own pace and I like control of the TV and I like to decide when I take a shower and wash the dishes and stuff like that. So I don’t know who would want to live with me to be honest!
I grew up reading ‘Sense and Sensibility’ and ‘Pride and Prejudice’ – girly kind of books.
I love live music and I love to see people’s faces when I’m performing.
I haven’t ever really relied on relationships with guys. They come around and it’s cool, but it’s never been a big thing. I guess I’ve just been really distracted by work.
The only time a relationship is good is when you really love them.
I’m a grown woman and sometimes, I might be a little fat, you know? Am I alone there? Not really.
I feel like my friends are in a cult because we’re like, ‘No outsiders!