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Adjective: fashionable  fa-shu-nu-bul
  1. Being in accordance with current social fashions
    "fashionable clothing"; "the fashionable side of town"; "a fashionable cafe";
    - stylish, hip [informal]
  2. Having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress
    "a little less posh but every bit as fashionable as Lord Peter Wimsey";
    - stylish
  3. Popular and considered appealing or fashionable at the time
    - in fashion, happening [informal], trendy [informal], sexy [informal]

See also: a la mode, big, chic, chichi, classy, cool [informal], cutting-edge, dapper, dashing, faddish, faddy, groovy [Brit, informal], in [informal], in style, in vogue, jaunty, latest, mod [informal], modern, modernistic, modish, natty [informal], neoteric, nouveau, olde worlde, old-time, pert, popular, posh [informal], quaint, raffish, rakish, smart, snappy [informal], snazzy, spiffy [N. Amer, informal], spruce, swagger [Brit, informal], swank [informal], swanky [informal], swish, trendsetting, trend-setting, trendy [informal], up to date, up-to-date, voguish, with-it

Antonym: styleless, unfashionable

Encyclopedia: Fashionable, LLC