fashion-conscious

fashion-conscious

adj
interested in, and wanting to wear, fashionable clothes
Translations

fashion-conscious

[ˈfæʃənˌkɒnʃəs] ADJpendiente de la moda

fashion-conscious

adjmodebewusst
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21 (ANI): To celebrate glitz, glamour and fashion, a two-day event Ambience Fashion Weekend 2017, was organised in the national capital for the fashion-conscious and the style-savvy.
Twenty-five years after the shop first opened its doors to fashion-conscious parents, Kids Cavern is now clothing those first customers' children's children, in a wide range of clothing, from affordable brands to designer labels.
In past years various strategies, including an ill-fated effort to win fashion-conscious consumers, have been tried and failed.
Troubled WAG Coleen has inspired fashion-conscious customers to snap up this season's musthaves like red military jackets for pounds 79 and striking party dresses like the one she's wearing for pounds 55.
of Philadelphia, which caters to the type of college-educated, fashion-conscious twentysomethings who don't give a second thought to dropping a couple of bills on a pair of jeans.
FASHION-CONSCIOUS women are adorning the back ends of a fleet of buses.
My fashion-conscious daughtersin-law have always gone to Ethel Austin for their own, and their children's clothes.
Buddhist monks here traditionally wear simple black robes, but to appeal to more fashion-conscious youth, the monks wore green and yellow clothes, some with gold embroidery.
FASHION-CONSCIOUS youngsters have turned the clock back by designing and producing a range of 19th Century clothing.
FASHION-conscious women could be putting other Birmingham motorists at risk by wearing unsuitable sunglasses, a survey revealed.
Today, it's a preferred brand among fashion-conscious teenagers.
The fashion-conscious student, who wears colorful studs on her nails, is not only learning at the college -- she's learning how to handle problems like getting a rent deposit back.