• (adj): Patronized by.
    Synonyms: popular with
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Some articles on fashionable:

1600–1650 In Fashion - Men's Fashions - Hairstyles and Headgear
... hair was worn collar-length and brushed back from the forehead very fashionable men wore a single long strand of hair called a lovelock over one shoulder ... grew longer through the period, and long curls were fashionable by the late 1630s and 1640s, pointing toward the ascendance of the wig in the 1660s ... Pointed beards and wide mustaches were fashionable ...
Fashionable Novel
... Fashionable novels, also called silver fork novels, were a 19th-century genre of English literature that depicted the lives of the upper class ... Theodore Hook was a major writer of fashionable novels, and Henry Colburn was a major publisher ...
Polonaise (clothing) - Origin and Structure
... As early as the 1720s, English painters had begun to portray fashionable ladies dressed in romanticized versions of the costume of a century earlier, as depicted in portraits by Van Dyck and Rubens ... By the 1770s, elements of this style began to appear in fashionable dress, including the wide-brimmed hat (dubbed the "Rubens hat" in the Fashionable Magazine of 1786) and bunched-up skirts ... One way to "create the fashionable bulk at the back and sides of the dress was to kilt up the overskirt by means of interior or exterior loops, buttons or tassels to form swags of material ...
Daisy (doll) - Clothes
... hats, skirts and even a 'boiler suit' which was very fashionable at the time ... of outfits, long gypsy style dresses, again highly fashionable, blouses, tabbards, mini dresses etc ... Footwear was just as fashionable with platform clogs and sandals in every colour, and Go-Go Boots with the Quant daisy on the side ...
History Of Fashion Design - Early Twentieth Century - 1900s
... The outfits worn by the fashionable women of the 'Belle Époque' (as this era was called by the French) were strikingly similar to those worn in the ... As of yet, no fashionable lady could (or would) dress or undress herself without the assistance of a third party ... Toward the end of the decade the fashionable silhouette gradually became somewhat more straight and slim, partly due to Paul Poiret's high-waisted, shorter-skirted Directoire line of clothes ...

More definitions of "fashionable":

  • (adj): Having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress.
    Synonyms: stylish
  • (adj): Being or in accordance with current fashion.
    Example: "Fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe"
    Synonyms: stylish

Famous quotes containing the word fashionable:

    Fashionable women regard themselves, and are regarded by men, as pretty toys or as mere instruments of pleasure; and the vacuity of mind, the heartlessness, the frivolity which is the necessary result of this false and debasing estimate of women, can only be fully understood by those who have mingled in the folly and wickedness of fashionable life ...
    Sarah M. Grimke (1792–1873)

    It is very fashionable for good-looking ladies to say how hard it is to be beautiful, but that’s not true. There are times when it depresses and bothers me to see just how easy things are made for a beautiful woman.
    Catherine Deneuve (b. 1943)

    The Fashionable World is grown free and easie; our Manners sit more loose upon us: Nothing is so modish as an agreeable Negligence. In a word, Good Breeding shows it self most, where to an ordinary Eye it appears the least.
    Joseph Addison (1672–1719)