(n.): a greater interest in something than something else
Generally speaking (一般而言), people today have a
preference (偏好) for a simple style of dressing.
(n.): someone who is trendy or fashionable
Ripped (破洞的) jeans were already
welcome (受歡迎的) among
hipsters (趕時髦的人) long before they became popular with the
(n.): a type of product that a company makes under a particular name
Uniqlo is a well-known
brand (品牌) in Asia
owing to (由於) the
affordable (實惠的) prices and good quality of its products.
(adj.): stylish and fashionable
performers (表演者) not only dance with cool
moves (動作) but also wear
(n.): A style of clothing that people wear for doing sports or leisure use
Athleisure (運動休閒風) clothes are
comfortable (舒適的) and
stylish (時尚的) for either going to the
gym (健身房) or
hanging out (閒逛) on the street.
(n.): A piece of jewellery people wear around the neck
occasions (場合), a well-designed
necklace (項鏈) can help
highlight (突出) a woman’s
(n.): something that people wear to match their clothes
Some people believe that
headphones (耳機) and
smart watches (智能手錶) are not just
electronic (電子的) products, but also fashion
(n.): A piece of jewellery people wear around the wrist
bracelets (手鐲) are
favoured (喜愛) by traditional women because jade
fortune (幸運) and family happiness.
(n.): a general direction in the way a situation is developing
Influenced (影響) by
Elvis Presley (貓王) and
The Beatles (披頭士),
bell-bottoms (喇叭褲) were a fashion
trend (潮流) in the 1960s and 1970s.