To both sides, the opposite's swimwear seems a bit unfashionable.
The cicisbeo was the professed gallant of a married woman, who attended her at all public entertainments, it being considered unfashionable for the husband to be escort.
The bourgeoisie sought the support of the clergy, and irreligion became as unfashionable among them as it had been among the nobility after 1793.
old mans why we offer an alternative, with ugly unfashionable old men.
But in time the excesses attending the game rendered it unfashionable, and after the Revolution it became practically a pothouse recreation, nearly all the greens, like the alleys, having been constructed in the grounds and gardens attached to taverns.
Not always mentioned but racks are also a way to air-dry glasses that helps reduce those unfashionable water spots that always show up just when guests are over dinner.
While maternity clothing was once dull and unfashionable, today's maternity clothes are just as attractive as the styles you're used to wearing.
Worse yet, if the hottest "trend" gets rejected in a big way you're stuck with a suddenly unfashionable suit.
The Neo Cabby GM is a smart take on the heavy denim totes that are so often looked upon as unstylish and unfashionable.
If a watch is being sold at a discount because it is an end-of-line or discontinued style, does this mean that it is last year´s "big thing" and is now unfashionable?
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