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 In matters of dress, resolve to be a man of taste, but not a fop. The man of taste is marked by elegance, the fop by excess.Set not your heart on the excessive acquisition of goods, but on a moderate enjoyment of what you have. Despise those who strain after riches, but are not able to use what they have; they are in like case with a man who, being but a wretched horseman, gets him a fine mount.