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recessionista

(rɪˌsɛʃəˈniːstə)
n
a person whose clothes, whether cheap, second-hand, or suitably subdued, are considered appropriate to an economic downturn
[C21: from recession + -ista]
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Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista and All I Want For Christmas did not set the publishing world alight and Hawkins was on the verge of giving up on novels when she decided to turn to the altogether darker subject of alcoholism and domestic violence and, buoyed by a loan from her father, an academic and journalist, gave it one last shot.
Works discussed include A Week in December, Union Atlantic, Capital, The Bonfire of the Vanities, Cityboy, Confessions of a Reluctant Recessionista, Credit Crunch Cabaret, and The Wolf of Wall Street.
Recessionista alert Savvy shopper KHAKI dresses take one of two routes this season.
30am on Ireland AM), a cool-as-a-cucumber Lucy Kennedy who told me she was opting for a Littlewoods dress (how recessionista chic) and a stylish Lisa Fitzpatrick who, despite winning on the night, told me she was planning on getting "balubas drunk".
A new breed of cost-conscious, recessionista brides are fast turning the occasion of wedding shopping into a style and DIY competition, with 64% of brides-to-be admitting to boasting about bagging bridal bargains.
How To Make People Think You're a Big DealFrom Recessionista
RECESSIONISTA Celebrate Neal's Yard Remedies 30th birthday with the bumper summer sale.
Sharon Webb continued: "It's down to clever recessionista shoppers - customers want lingerie they can wear under anything, rather than having to match the colour of your bra to your top.
Donna Redfearn of North East Wedding Planners launched her Recessionista Wedding service last year to help couples save money on their wedding budget in the challenging financial climate.