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dress sense

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
dress senseˈdress sense noun [uncountable]  DCthe ability to choose clothes that make you look attractive
Examples from the Corpus
dress senseShe had the best dress sense of any girl in Benedict's and a passion for altering the colour of her hair.Her dress sense, as well as her character, seemed to have changed while she lived at Vetch Street.As for his dress sense ... the photos say it all.He rebuked a young Miles Davis for his dress sense, played with the greats, and recorded some classic albums.Probably that had been one of the things which Aunt Ruth, who had little dress sense, so disliked about her.Although she was an accomplished water colour artist, she had no dress sense at all.Nor are they as turned on by a woman's dress sense.It's the same with your dress sense.
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