Virginia Woolf

"To look at, he might have been a clerk, but of the better sort; for he wore brown boots; his hands were educated; so, too, his profile--his angular, big-nosed, intelligent, sensitive profile; but not his lips altogether, for they were loose; and his eyes (as eyes tend to be), eyes merely; hazel, large; so that he was, on the whole, a border case, neither one thing nor the other..." (93)

Woolf, Virginia. Mrs.Dalloway. London: Penguin Popular Classics, 1996 (1925).