While the process of becoming a fashionista begins from learning how to design and sew your own clothes learning these fashion lingos will make you a part of fashion nexus.
So here we go…
Arm Party, or Wrist Party:
Wearing a collection of assorted jewels (Bracelets, wrist bands) on the wrist or wearing multiple rings in the finger.
Clothing designed in an unusual manner neglecting the usual norms and boundaries. It is sophisticated, mysterious and striking.
It is nowhere related to the word basics. It is the oversized shirts, tees, sweaters that you borrow from your boyfriend or bae.
It is used to describe an unappealing, uninteresting and predictable dress or a person. You would never use this term very often in the fashion fraternity as this is derogatory
An unconventional and nomadic style. It’s a fashion term that expresses a non-conformist and eccentric style.
Is a collection of things (apparel, accessories, shoes) designed with one common key element.
Is a kind of sports shoe which has a metal or rubber studs attached at the bottom.
Is a half cup bra in which the cups cover only half or 3/4th of the breasts creating lift and cleavage.
Is a hybrid of a dress and a blazer.
In fashion terminology, everything is meant as an ultimate compliment.
It is used to describe something unprecedented and exceptional.
The front row of the audience side where the VIPs are seated on a fashion runway show.
It is a music-related fashion. It is sporting a lazy look with ripped jeans and flannel shirts.
Custom-fit clothing which involves High-end design and dressmaking.
suffixed with things/gained which gained popularity for the time being in the fashion world (“It bra”, “It girl”)
Cotton or linen fabric printed with landscapes and figures in a repeated manner.
Replica or copy designs of a particular designer or brand.
The little black dress. It is a very important staple in a woman’s wardrobe.
A published folio of styles, design ideas, and inspirations.
MBT stands for Masai Barefoot Technology created for a natural balanced walking posture.
Knee-length socks with evenly spaced designs.
Something on fleek means something is perfect.
Something that is no longer in fashion, or is not trending.
Is the portion of the show that covers the heel.
Ready to wear created for the commercial market
The act of wearing your jacket over your shoulders like a cape.
Have second items to be sold.
A skin-tight garment that covers the whole body from the neck to the wrists and ankles.
Visible panty line.
Also known as the full cutaway collar was specifically designed for the Duke of Windsor. The collar points are angled outwards instead of pointing down.
Silhouette of a female or hourglass figure.
The word was coined by the advertising industry in the 1980s to symbolize a particular type of work hard, play hard and well-groomed city person of either sex.
a long loose-fitting suit with exaggerated patterns, padded shoulders with high waist trousers.
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