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Words Related to Clothes and Fashion - Styles of Clothing

Read this lesson to learn the names of styles of clothing in English, such as "casual", "sharp" and "loud".

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Words Related to Clothes and Fashion
hip
[adjective]
following the fashion of the day and aware of the latest trends
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trend
[noun]
a fashion or style that is popular at a particular time
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retro
[noun]
fashion trends or styles of a recent time in the past
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informal
[adjective]
suitable for friendly, relaxed, casual, or unofficial occasions and situations
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trendy
[adjective]
influenced by the latest styles
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normcore
[noun]
a style of fashion marked by the deliberate choice of bland and casual clothes that do not draw attention
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stylishness
[noun]
the quality of being fashionable and having style
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bodycon
[adjective]
a style of clothing that is tight-fitting and conforms closely to the body, often emphasizing the contours of the figure
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natty
[adjective]
neat, attractive and fashionable
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unhip
[adjective]
not following the fashion of the day and unaware of the latest trends
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unflattering
[adjective]
making less attractive or favorable
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open-necked
[adjective]
(of a shirt) worn without a tie and not fastened at the neck
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casual
[adjective]
(of clothing) comfortable and suitable for everyday use or informal events and occasions
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underdressed
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wearing clothes that are too casual or inadequate for a particular occasion
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becoming
[adjective]
(of clothes, colors, hairstyles etc.) enhancing the wearer's appearance and making them more attractive
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sharp
[adjective]
(of a person's style or clothes) dressy and fashionable, often conveying a sense of sophistication and elegance.
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comfortable
[adjective]
(of clothes or furniture) making us feel physically relaxed
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uncomfortable
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(of clothes, furniture, etc.) unpleasant to use or wear; making someone physically uneasy
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dressy
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(of clothes) chic and suitable for formal occasions
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elegant
[adjective]
(of a person or their behavior) attractive, stylish, or beautiful
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fetching
[adjective]
attractive in a way that catches the eye
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fitted
[adjective]
(of clothes) made in a way that closely covers the body
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flamboyant
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(of clothes) showy and noticeable because of being brightly colored or highly decorated
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formal
[adjective]
suitable for fancy, important, serious, or official occasions and situations
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form-fitting
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(of clothing) fitting the body tightly in a way that the contours of the figure are clearly seen
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frumpy
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unfashionable, outdated, and unattractive, often giving a sloppy appearance
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snappy
[adjective]
neat and stylish
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sober
[adjective]
plain and not brightly colored
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sporty
[adjective]
(of clothes) stylish, attractive, and suitable for sports
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stylish
[adjective]
attractive in a way that is fashionable and elegant
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stylishly
[adverb]
in a manner that reflects a sense of fashion, elegance, or sophistication
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chic
[adjective]
having an appealing appearance that is stylish
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gaudy
[adjective]
(used especially of clothes) showy in a way that is tasteless
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glamorous
[adjective]
attractive in a special way
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grungy
[adjective]
related to the fashion style associated with grunge rock music, consisting loose torn jeans and layers of clothing
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sloppy
[adjective]
(of a piece of clothing) casual and loose, without much shape
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smart
[adjective]
(of people or clothes) looking neat, tidy, and elegantly fashionable
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smart casual
[adjective]
(of clothes) neat, conventional and rather informal
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smartly
[adverb]
in a neat and stylish way
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overdressed
[adjective]
wearing clothes that are too formal or excessive for a particular occasion
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garish
[adjective]
too bright and colorful in a way that is tasteless
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streetwear
[noun]
informal clothing that the urban youth of a particular subculture typically wear
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flattering
[adjective]
improving or emphasizing someone's good features, making them appear more attractive
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loud
[adjective]
too bright in a distasteful way
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baggy
[adjective]
(of clothes) loose and not fitting the body tightly
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styleless
[adjective]
lacking a particular style, fashion, or design
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