out of fashion

idiom

Definition of out of fashion

1 of clothing : no longer generally worn by people Those ruffled blouses went out of fashion years ago.
2 of a style of something, a way of behaving, etc. : no longer generally liked by people : unpopular Her theories have fallen out of fashion.

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