unchic

adjective
un·chic | \ ˌən-ˈshēk \

Definition of unchic 

: not stylish or fashionable : not chic Huge and plain, the old lake steamers are decidedly unchic.Americana

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Under other circumstances, this hour might have seemed unchic, even geriatric, but these were unusual circumstances indeed. Lesley M.m. Blume, Town & Country, "The Four Seasons's Last Nights Are the Ultimate New York Party," 15 July 2016

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1891, in the meaning defined above

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