fashion victim


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fashion victim

n
informal a person who slavishly follows fashion
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ASTORIA FASHION VICTIM ROSE GERRARD STEEL, PS11.95 A FRUITY and fresh summer wine with hints of sweet strawberry, ripe raspberry, and cream, with a gentle floral aspect that makes it a superb drink throughout the warmer months.
Just in case people accuse her of being a 'fashion victim' as she had been in a past SONA, Sen.
They did not expect how cold it would be upon arriving, making Chiu label herself as a 'fashion victim' and shop for clothes fit for the weather.
Soy una mujer que me encanta la ropa, compro piezas buenas, las fisfruto, no soy una fashion victim, soy una disfrutona de la moda, cuido igual un vestido de Zara que uno de Dior>>.
FASHION VICTIM Tributes to Kate Moss in Ab Fab film
born fashion victim. Blessed with youth, beauty, wealth, good taste, and good intentions, she was also extravagant, immature, and highly susceptible to flattery.
11 -- When you hear 'fashion victim', the first and the only thing that may come to your mind will be that of some one who's not in the right kind of outfit.
Anker further said that putting in too many things at once will not only make one look like a fashion victim, it will also damage their hair if the pins and barrettes were too tight and therefore, he would suggest one should opt for elastic hair bands.
About Kelly Osbourne, he said, "On anybody else, you would scream, 'Fashion victim.' The fashion-victim alarm would go off, but with Kelly Osbourne -- she does it with such pluck."
If you were an Eighties fashion victim then you might want to tune into this show if only for the ludicrous outfits.
And if you really want to be a fashion victim go for those bold and bright bibb necklaces..