image-conscious

image-conscious

adj
concerned about the way one comes across to other people and the impression one creates
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So without AS around to direct communications, who has the image-conscious commish turned to?
"But what I've seen recently is that no matter what is going on in their lives, image-conscious Irish women are looking after themselves.
With people becoming increasingly image-conscious, even actors especially newcomers are going the extra mile to ensure they look good not only the screen, but off screen at public platforms too.
Home to the world's tallest tower and the largest shopping mall in the Middle East, image-conscious Dubai has pushed in recent years to broaden its appeal by investing in its technology and culture.
Findings for this sample suggest that men are more image-conscious than women; their scores are higher in every scale, but men's self-esteem scores are lower than those of women.
Everyone is much more image-conscious than they are about actually playing the part" - Michael Douglas.
After surviving a run-in with pirates, MoominPappa and MoominMamma, plus their extended family, head to the Riviera where they're feted by the image-conscious locals due to their unusual appearance.
Sanctions had starved the Iranian auto market of regular supplies through recent years, while imports of premium models -- and a coveted status symbol for the image-conscious young and those who can afford it -- come attached to sky-high duties.
"More men feel pressure as businesses become more image-conscious."
3 ( ANI ): Image-conscious China has reportedly issued a 64-page Guidebook for its citizens who are to travel overseas, in a bid to curb their unruly behaviour.
Check out our gallery of the image-conscious Nokia Lumia 925.
At the same time, they have reduced their CO2 emissions, giving the stylish hatchback extra appeal to eco-aware and image-conscious customers.

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