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fop in Clothes & fashion topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishfopfop /fɒp $ fɑːp/ noun [countable] old-fashioned  DCa man who is very interested in his clothes and appearance – used to show disapprovalfoppish adjectivefoppishness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
fopThis isn't even pop about pop, this is fop about pop.The bored wives of old men and burgesses often found happiness in the arms of some court dandy or noble fop.For another, what you got here is a city full of fops and only one dry cleaners.Dustin Hoffman as Hook looked more like a Regency fop than a serious kidnapper.His actual identity is Sir Percy Blakeney, who at home safeguards his secret by acting the trivial society fop.Edek was nothing more than a Warsaw fop.Who was the young page, and the mysterious young fop who had trailed them?That young fop ... Perhaps it had been the Prince or Gaveston?