Verboticism: Stylophile

'Alright boys, let's start digging!'

DEFINITION: n. A person who likes to dress up and seems to have a different outfit for every occasion. v. To dress up in fancy clothes whenever you go out because you don't know who you're going to meet, and you don't want to get dressed down.

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Clobbersnob

Created by: TJayzz

Pronunciation: Klob-err-snob

Sentence: Jayne had always been a Clobbersnob, even at school she had to look her best just in case the modelling scouts happened to drop in looking for the next Kate Moss!!

Etymology: Clobber(Brit informal Clothing or personal belongings) + Snob(Person with an exaggerated respect for high social standing, looks down on those regarded as socially inferior. = Clobbersnob.

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Garbener

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: garb en er

Sentence: Greta loved to match her outfits to her activities and/or venues. She especially loved to dress the part while doing the gardening. That is why they called her Greta Garbener.

Etymology: Garb (clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion) & Gardner (someone who takes care of a garden)

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Multimodel

Created by: mweinmann

Pronunciation: mull - ti - mowd - l

Sentence: Lenore was a multimodel woman who wore several outfits in one day as if life were more about the clothes you had on then on the activities you participated in or who you were as a person. She had a different set of clothes for taking a walk, shopping, jogging, reading the newspaper, writing a letter, cooking dinner, etc.... It seemed to everyone who knew her that her life was lived for the clothing.

Etymology: multi (contains multiple colors in the same size), multimodal (Having, or employing multiple modes) , model (display (clothes) as a mannequin; "model the latest fashion)

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Holiduds

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: hol-i-duhdz

Sentence: Every day's a holiday when you wear your holiduds.

Etymology: Holiday (a day fixed by law or custom on which ordinary business is suspended in commemoration of some event or in honor of some person) + duds (clothes, especially a suit of clothes)

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Fashionatic

Created by: march

Pronunciation:

Sentence: Marianne has a special look for every ocassion, she's a fashionatic.

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Fashionabelle

petaj

Created by: petaj

Pronunciation: fash-en-a-bell

Sentence: Naomi hired three wardrobe mistresses to take care of the outfits she needed as a fashionabelle. One of their key duties was to track how long each item was worn and to retire it to the thrift shop after 10 hours of wear.

Etymology: fashionable + elle (supermodel) + belle (of the ball)

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Tuxspeedo

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: təkspēdō

Sentence: Thomas does not believe in informal clothing. Casual Friday? Not for this guy! Even when he goes to the beach he wears a tuxspeedo.

Etymology: tuxedo (a suit of formal evening clothes) + speedo (a bathing suit)

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Fadshionista

Created by: Nosila

Pronunciation: fad shun ees ta

Sentence: Carrie Itoff was a fadshionista of world fame. She wore costumes for every occasion and season. Her wardrobe took up 2 of the 3 bedrooms in her home. When her friends saw her wearing the fascinator all done up with butterflies, bees and ladybugs in colours to match her lawn green dress, they knew they were in for some gardening. Or as Carrie would say, a garden party. When real insects started buzzing her hat,in droves, her masquerade turned into a masqueRAID!

Etymology: Fad(an interest followed with exaggerated zeal) & Fashionista (a devoted follower of fashion)

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Frockenstein

artr

Created by: artr

Pronunciation: fräkənstīn

Sentence: Madame Lulu never wants to be caught wearing the same outfit twice. The good news is that she is a skilled seamstress and can create whatever she imagines. The bad news is that her imagination causes her to create frockenstein outfits that can startle even her friend Lady Gaga.

Etymology: frock (a woman’s dress) + Frankenstein (A monster made up from several bodies)

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Pajamapolly

Created by: scrabbelicious

Pronunciation: |pɑ ː dʒam ː ə ː ˈpɒli|

Sentence: Dorian loved grey and every other colour and he loved his pajamas. He had pajamas for every occasion and always looked very smart indeed, in a kinda sleep-over way.

Etymology: Pajama : Sleeping attire which has become high street fashion for crazy people. Polly: A first name and also a twist on poly which has many meaning(s).

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