But there has to be a funky, modern edge to it somehow. I am uncomfortable wearing t-shirts, casual jewelry and overly slouchy handbags. When I don't know what to wear, I just go back to those. I love this kind of thing because it makes me stop and think about my style. Either with bold colors or with statement pieces. Not a fan of all neutral or all black looks.
I will wear far-out things, things that come on strong. Also, no wrinkling, no pulling, no missing buttons or loose hems. How does the clothing or accessory look? As you continue to think about it and play with your wardrobe, you'll ultimately narrow down the top three words that truly embody you. Maybe colourful, simple, practical, smart casual and feminine? And the more focused you are about your style, the easier it is to put outfits together that feel completely right. Feminine — I like ruffles and bows which contradicts the simple lines above but I like both looks and like them together 3. No room for sartorial silliness. Thanks for another seemingly innocent but actually very thought provoking post, Angie! Some shows are planned with the intent of selling merchandise on the spot.
Utilitarian — I love appropriating practical things for the sake of fashion, and I love the tough feel, too. For those times, the word lists below come in handy. Sweet and Cute overall I share two words with you Angie…the process is hard but worthwhile. So fun to read these! I loooove stuff like this! I want my outfits to look like they were meant just for me…. .
Of course, no one is holding you to these adjectives for life. Everything I needed was there. Instead, enhance the description by putting the ensemble in context, such as noting whether something is a timeless classic or a hot trend. However, sometimes it's fun and inspiring to challenge ourselves to explore beyond our usual vocabulary. Style is a journey, and not one to a permanent destination. By this I mean a slight sophisticated edge, timeless shapes, effortless but polished. Practical — I like clothes that I can put on and then not think about for the rest of the day.
There are certainly lots of terms that I am missing! Although it still has to be practical, so not too dressy. However, although the majority of ecommerce browsing is done on mobile devices, consumers tend to make purchases on their desktops. Please add any others you use in your writing. I wish that we had computer access for all students so we could use the various games that you have on your site. You'd choose a crossword puzzle over Sudoku on Sunday morning. This is kinda like the second word of my style statement.
Get an interactive whiteboard and challenge your students with these unique word puzzles. I do not mean revealing clothing and I do not want cute or too sweet. They started out as simple undershirts for men, but have since become increasingly popular among young hipsters. Mo, thanks for chiming back in. My 5 clothing style descriptors would be: — Simple — no fussiness please, clean lines, somewhat classic design — Modest — as opposed to more bombshell — Eclectic — many influences though subtly — Nostalgic — vintage and cultural references — Practical replacing Relaxed — function is equally as important if not more so than fashion but with considerable Gamine influences too. If clothes are important to her, let her tell him what she is wearing. There is something so free and vibrant about these looks…they make me feel happy and relaxed.
Sporty — because of my background in competitive sports, I still have some cross-over with tennies and work-out gear, tank tops and shorts! You will not let them wander around in the showroom hoping they would buy. I collected them for myself and will share them with you. Relaxed — although I love the look of high heels and fitted dresses I prefer to be comfortable so am usually in flats or kitten heels 3. Dressy: Luxuriously feeling fabrics that drape beautifully are my favourites and I feel most confident, polished and happiest in dressier outfits. These adjectives are secret codes that can seal the deal for you instantly. The text is usually about earth and environment science.
The sweater is loose fitting, comes over one shoulder, crosses the chest and is attached to the wide waistband which sits rather low on my hips. Flattering — nothing super baggy or ill-fitting. Your word lists will allow my special education students to express themselves by simply recognizing word, as opposed to have to retrieve words, their weakness. Win points with correct answers. Fashion and clothing Vocabulary Word List 433 A Accessory, Accolade, Adjustment, Adopt, Advance, Affect, Affectation, Allure, Alteration, Antique, Apparel, Appeal, Applaud, Applique, Appraise, Apron, Array, Artificial, Artistry, Attire, Attract, Attractive, Audience, Availability, Avid, Award B Backdrop, Ballet-length, Bargain, Basic blank, Batik, Beading, Beautiful, Becoming, Bias-cut, Blend, Bodice, Bold, Boutique, Bows, Braiding, Brand, Breathable, Brocade, Bulky, Bustle, Buttons C Cachet, Camisole, Career, Casual, Catwalk, Celebrities, Cheap, Chemise, Choices, Classic, Client, Cloche, Clothing, Collection, Collector, Color, Combination, Comfortable, Commercial, Competition, Condition, Conformity, Conservation, Conservative, Construction, Consumer, Contemporary, Corset, Cosmetics, Costly, Couture, Cowl neck, Craftsmanship, Creative, Crimp, Culottes, Current, Cut D Daring, Darn, Dated, Dealer, Decolte, Decorative, Delivery, Demand, Department, Design, Designer, Desirable, Device, Devise, Devotee, Different, Dimension, Direction, Display, Distinctive, Dominate, Dramatic, Dresses, Dressing, Dressy, Duster, Dye E Ease, Easy, Ecru, Edge, Effect, Effective, Elaborate, Elegance, Embellish, Embroidery, Emphasis, Enhance, Ensemble, Enthusiastic, Eponymous, Especially, Etiquette, Evening gown, Exclusive, Expensive, Experiment, Extensions, Extraordinary, Extreme F Fabric, Fad, Fashion, Fashionable, Favored, Feature, Fiber, Financial, Finery, Fit, Flamboyant, Flattering, Flawless, Flow, Focus, Folded, Form, Formal, Foulard, Fragrance, Frequently, Fringe, Frivolous, Frock, Frog, Frumpy, Function, Furs, Futuristic G Garment, Garter, Genius, Gild, Glitter, Glossy, Goods, Gown, Grunge, Guide, Guru H Hair, Halter, Hand-made, Handbag, Handbag, Handwork, Hanger, Hat pin, Haute-couture, High heels, High-quality, High-style, Hippie, Horizontal, Hose, Hue I Identity, Illustration, Imaginative, Immediate, Impeccable, Imprint, Independent, Indicator, Indispensable, Industry, Inexpensive, Influence, Innovate, Inset, Inspection, Inspiration, Intricate, Item J Jacket, Jeans, Jersey, Jewelry, Jumper K Knee-length, Knickers, Knit L Label, Lace, Lenses, Leotard, Limited, Lingerie, Lining, Long-lasting, Look, Luxurious, Luxury M Macrame, Mainstream, Make up, Mannequin, Manufacture, Matronly, Maven, Measurement, Midriff, Minaudiere, Minimalist, Mode, Model, Modern, Modest, Modification, Modish, Motif, Movement N Necessity, Neckline, Niche, Noteworthy O Old-fashioned, Omnipresent, One-of-a-kind, Original, Ornamentation, Ostentatious, Outfit, Outlet, Outrageous, Oversize P Padding, Palette, Paparazzi, Parasol, Passe, Pastel, Pattern, Pedal pushers, Peignoir, Petticoat, Phenomenon, Photographer, Photography, Piece, Piping, Pleated, Plumage, Ply, Popular, Pose, Possibilities, Posture, Practical, Precise, Prediction, Preference, Pret-a-porter, Price, Print, Prize, Production, Prominent, Proportion, Provenance, Pumps, Purchase, Purse Q Quality, Quantity R Radical, Rag, Ready-made, Recognition, Replacement, Replicate, Represent, Requests, Resistance, Restoration, Retailer, Revealing, Review, Ribbons, Risk-taker, Rivalry, Roll, Ruffles, Runway S Sari, Sarong, Savvy, Screened, Seamstress, Sequin, Sewing, Shade, Shape, Shawl, Sheer, Shift, Showcase, Showroom, Showy, Shrinkage, Signature, Simple, Skillful, Skirt, Sleeveless, Slip, Smile, Smock, Society, Soft, Sophisticated, Spats, Special, Sportswear, Staff, Stain, Stain-resistant, Stitching, Stock, Stole, Stretching, Stride, Strut, Studio, Style, Stylish, Stylist, Substitute, Subtle, Sun-dress, Swim-wear, Swingy, Synthetic T Tailor, Tailored, Talent, Tapestry, Tassel, Tasteful, Tatting, Technique, Textile, Texture, Tiara, Tie-dye, Tiered, Tones, Touch, Trade, Traditional, Transformation, Trend, Trim, Triumph, Tuft, Tunic, Turban, Twill, Typify U Ubiquitous, Understated, Unique, Unlimited, Unsuitable, Upscale, Urban, Use V Valuable, Value, Variety, Veil, Version, Vintage, Visual, Vogue W Waistline, Wale, Walk, Wardrobe, Washable, Wearable, Wearing, Weave, Well-made, Western, Wholesale, Widely, Widespread, Worthy, Woven, Wrinkle X Y Yoke, Young, Youthful Z Zeal, Zipper. The ever-elusive demands shopping experiences which foster lasting connections between consumers and brands. Think of combinations that reflect these powerful adjectives—and don't be afraid to experiment.
Actually, I like bows and ruffles. I like to make sense. I love a dramatic shoe, an unusual neckline, etc. I find that I need the actual words to ground things for me. Avoid using such self praising phrases and allow your customer to judge the quality themselves from the product pictures and adjectives in your product description. A lot of old-school athletic wear i. Next, add details about what people see, such as the fabric content and unusual embellishments -- for example, whether the rabbit fur trim on a jacket is real or faux; dyed or the natural color.
So my outfit starts with appropriate shoes that I can tolerate all day long. Chic: A year ago this would have been a mile away, but I think my style is becoming more chic. I think it would be easier to say what is not my style but here goes: 1. Everything in Order The first step when listing descriptions of outfits in the show is to determine their order. Here goes: Juxtaposition: I love a mix of things that are somewhat at odds but yet go together harmoniously. Sometimes it is even combined with other styles to form a hybrid fashion look. Why not try the unconventional? For example, if I achieve more professional authority I will probably have to be more sophisticated and less cute.