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Beyond Chic: The Fashion Blogger’s Thesaurus
Top definition. A person devoted to fashion clothing, particularily unique or high fashion. A person not to be called a fashionista would be someone who obsessivly follows trends. REAL fashionistas do not believe in trends. That type of person would be more correctly labeled a fashion whore or a shallow bitch.
Odds are, if you're writing a blog, you're probably a words person. You'd choose a crossword puzzle over Sudoku on Sunday morning.
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Skip navigation! There's a certain vocabulary you adopt if you belong to any group — ranging from as small as your roommates "Not sure what I want for dinner, let's just PIBE after work. For us fashion people, there's a whole laundry list of jargon and phraseology that's totally unique to our industry. Runway never means a tarmac. Show never means a concert.
The fashion connoisseurs use them as part of their everyday conversation. Some of these words are common terms but some were unfamiliar to me, even technical. If you want to be part of the fashion crowd you have to sprinkle some of them in your conversation or at least know some of them so that you know what they are talking about. In the meantime, you may want to check out some other categories very much related to fashion. I have skipped these terms in this post, because they are better elaborated elsewhere. But they are also very much related to fashion and you may want to read them after this one is over. Emphasis given to a distinctive characteristic of a garment.
To this end, she cites a list of banned fashion words from her friend's fashion mag, Velour. But we got to thinking about which fashion words we'd like shelve. We're cool with "fashionista" as long as it refers to us--winkface. In one post I wrote about Julie Haus's resort collection I used the words "feminine," "breezy," "edge," "attention to detail," and "girlier frocks. Lauren is almost moved to violence when she reads the word "edgy" apparently "edge" didn't get me in too much trouble.