Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Fashion"

The meaning of "Fashion" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does old fashioned mean?
A: A person is Old fashioned means that the person likes things to be done in a manner that was done in the past and not frequently used in the present. If a thing is old fashioned, it means that the thing was popular in the past but not in the present.
Q: What does Not that fashion oriented just for being exotic mean?
A: he wants a gf who is not into fashion or won't try to follow the fashion trend. best if she can be an unique individual.

exotic means rare / unique / distinct / not common.
Q: What does the fashions of the time mean?
A: It should be: fashion of the time because fashion itself is a collective term! Though, fashions is actually a legitimate word 🙂 but to answer your question:

Fashion/s of the time = trend in a specific era
Q: What does fashion conscious mean?
A: it means that you're aware of todays and upcoming fashion.
Q: What does fashion stakes mean?
A: They're saying that in their opinion they were the most stylish or the best dressed.

Example sentences using "Fashion"

Q: Please show me example sentences with old fashioned .
A: He is very old fashioned. He refuses to own a car, he rides a horse instead.
Q: Please show me example sentences with After the fashion of the time .
A: "The fashion of the time", it generally means "compared to most people", here's a few examples. :)

"His hair was cut long in the fashion of the time", it means that compared to most people at the time his hair was long.

"He was well-spoken for the fashion of the time", means that he was better spoken than most around the same time.

Hope that makes sense and helps! :)
Q: Please show me example sentences with fashion.
A: - You have a great sense of fashion.
- I hear they are holding a fashion show.
Q: Please show me example sentences with after a fashion.
A: "After a fashion" means "in some kind of way" or "to some extent" and it implies "less than ideal".

So I can speak Japanese, after a fashion.

It would normally come after the activity being described.

Synonyms of "Fashion" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between fashion and trend ?
A: They could have similar meanings, as in what is currently popular / desirable / in vogue.

What is the trend this year, short skirts or long ones?
The current fashion is lots of floral prints.
Dresses are in fashion this summer, but shorts are out of fashion.
Your outfit is so fashionable!
Wow those are some trendy shoes you're wearing.

Of course trend also has a broader meaning of a change over time.

The trend in fashion has been toward more conservative attire over the past several years.
The trend of more and more inner city poverty is concerning.
Q: What is the difference between old fashioned and old school ?
A: old school古いけど魅力的である。
old fashioned流行遅れの古さがある。
Q: What is the difference between old fashioned and old dated ?
A: Old-fashioned sort of means traditional and out-dated* means irrelevant or no longer useful
Q: What is the difference between He is picky about his fashion. and He is particular about his fashion. ?
A: The first one is a bit more negative than the second.
Q: What is the difference between old fashioned and out dated and obsolete ?
A: Obsolete is negative term for something that isn't needed anymore.
Something that is out dated is something that has been replaced with something newer. "Out dated" is slightly negative, but it isn't as strong as "obsolete".
Old fashioned isn't a negative phrase. It's used to describe someone or something from an older era.

"Pagers are now considered obsolete technology."
"Her clothing is slightly out dated."
"Our Soju is proudly made the old fashioned way."

Translations of "Fashion"

Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? When you speak about some fashion brand like Versace, do you say a fashion house or fashion home?
A: A fashion house. A home is not the same as a house. A house is a structure or building. (A дом). A home is a place where people come back to and feel safe. It is defined more by their possessions and family than the building. (жилье)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I also wonder what fashion is all the rage these days in your country.

Is it natural???
A: Yes, perfect! It would sound a little bit better if you put “kind of” before “fashion

“I also wonder what kind of fashion is all the rage these days in your country.”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I studied about fashion design and sewing in university. I can sew a Yukata which is Japanese traditional clothes. And also I can put on a Yukata for people. I made an evening dress with Japanese embroidery as my graduation work.
A: Your sentence is not incorrect, however not using "about" is more appropriate when discussing your specialty/major.
--> "I studied * fashion design and sewing in university."

Your evening dress idea sounds very interersting. Is it posted somewhere?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? fashion
A: In English, fashion can be said as trends, style, vogue, custom, rage or look.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? me fashion designing me degree ki hun
A: I have completed degree in fashion designing

Other questions about "Fashion"

Q: fashion passion

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Q: What is a fashion photography do so like a layman's view could very easily be. Does this sound natural?
A: you have your words down, you just need to slow your speech down and itll sound more natural. :)
Q: I'm not as knowledgeable as her about fashion. Does this sound natural?
A: Sounds great
Q: Compared with the past,people are keen on fashion. Does this sound natural?
A: @deepak: "compared"

"Compared to last week, I'm very happy"

"Compared to Mars, Earth is a very warm planet"
Q: The fashion industry normally encourage young girls to starve themselves in an attempt to meet the super model criteria of being skinny. It is common that some girls tend to put their fingers in their mouths and puke out all they have just had after a meal and this practice finally leads to anorexia and other eating disorder diseases. Does this sound natural?
A: "...normally encourages young girls..."

"eating disorder diseases" sounds a bit redundant. You can just say "eating disorders."

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