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English idioms used to Describe People - Physical Appearance & Style

Discover how English idioms like "turn heads" and "wild and woolly" relate to physical appearance and style in English.

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English idioms used to Describe People
to have (got) it going on
[phrase]
to have a sexually attractive appearance
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the belle of the ball
[phrase]
the most attractive or popular woman at a party, dance, or any other social event
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to look (like) a million dollars
[phrase]
to look very attractive, well-dressed, and stylish, as if one had spent a lot of money on their appearance
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to turn heads
[phrase]
to attract a lot of interest or attention because of how great someone or something looks
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(as) brown as a berry
[phrase]
used to describe someone who has tanned skin, due to prolonged exposure to the sunlight
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a hair out of place
[phrase]
an appearance that is not perfectly organized, neat, and tidy
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crowning glory
[noun]
used to refer to someone's hair
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carrot top
[noun]
a person whose hair has a color between red and brown
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bad hair day
[phrase]
a day on which one feels unattractive, particularly due to one's hair not looking as well as it should
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to let oneself go
[phrase]
to stop caring for one's physical or mental health
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wild and woolly
[phrase]
(of appearance) looking untidy, rough, or disorganized
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to look like something the cat bring in
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to look very disorganized and untidy
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