make a fashion statement


: to be fashionable in a bold way
She thinks she's making a fashion statement, but I think she looks ridiculous.

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Recent Examples on the Web Lenny Kravitz knows how to make a fashion statement — even while at the gym! Angel Saunders, Peoplemag, 10 Apr. 2024 Not a wild concept, for most of us, but so many celebs rely on newness to make a fashion statement. Hannah Jackson, Vogue, 15 Dec. 2023 American motorists looking to make a fashion statement with their vehicles may want to stick with bumper stickers, as one customization option can lead to serious injuries in a crash, a federal agency warned on Monday. Kate Gibson, CBS News, 6 Nov. 2023 This glittering shoe is perfect for someone attending an event or concert that wants to stand out and make a fashion statement. Alyssa Brascia, Peoplemag, 9 Oct. 2023 Since the controversy, Pugh has continued to rely on see-through clothing to make a fashion statement, making sheer pieces one of her signature wardrobe staples. Chelsey Sanchez, Harper's BAZAAR, 31 Aug. 2023 Every day is an opportunity to make a fashion statement for Lily Allen. Ingrid Vasquez, Peoplemag, 31 Aug. 2023 Jennifer Lopez is always one to make a fashion statement, and even her street style is turning heads. Taylor Jean Stephan, Peoplemag, 24 July 2023 Yes, there are duck boots out there that surely make a fashion statement (and some cheaper yet chic options as well), but definitely choose based on comfort rather than style. Amanda Ogle, Travel + Leisure, 4 May 2023

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