fashiony

fashiony

(ˈfæʃənɪ)
adj
(Clothing & Fashion) informal of or relating to fashion; fashionable; trendy: a more upbeat fashiony look.
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Bridal stylist Camilla Ridley-Day felt that the two royals were trying so hard to look "fashiony." Unfortunately, their choices didn't work well for them.
|WE KNOW Christmas jumpers W are supposed to be tacky and cheesy but they can be fashiony too.
We kNoW | Christmas jumpers are supposed to be tacky and cheesy but they can be fashiony too.
The subtext seemed to be that Thatcher's clothes were not "fashiony" enough and the items in question - more than 300 of them - will now be auctioned off by Christie's next month.
"Victoria Beckham is a bit one dimensional, a bit fashiony fashiony isn't it?
Yes, it's a risky crossover thing, but even if it goes a little astray, it'll be cool--promiscuously collaborative, fashiony, and strange.
I'm not a model type, I'm a suburban mom, so nothing too fashiony." As Patrick talks, Sandberg murmurs "hmm-hmm-hmm", as if to hurry him along.
"I do love traditional tartans too so I don't want to make it too fashiony and then it will just go out of fashion I want it to be lasting."
Do revamp your workout wardrobe with fashiony MVPs: "Pop on fun details like colorful headphones or a rainbowbright watch--they're my new essentials!" says fashionista (and pro soccer player) Leslie Osborne.
The grid of gay bars in De Waterkant (the gayish, fashiony section of town) have names like Manhattan and Crew--just like gay bars you find in Chelsea or Denver or wherever--unoriginal, with shaved bored-faced, balloon-muscled go-go boys dancing on the bar to that same damn Lady Gaga remix.
We also kept it real fashiony on the music side, cause this b is like a badminton game with no losers.
"Obama manages to look fashionable without looking fashiony."