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1. Vocabulary

handbag baggy jeans necklace sandals suit
makeup ring baseball cap outfit [‘aʊtfɪt] tie

Dialog
[EMMA] That hair! Yeah, it’s horrid, it’s pretty terrible.
[EMMA] So much wax in it.
[KATE] She’s wearing socks with sandals.
[EMMA] Ooooooh. It’s quite nasty, actually.
[KATE] Oh. Look at that guy.
[KATE] I’m sorry, but he’s far too old to be wearing those baggy jeans and that baseball cap.
[EMMA] Come on. He wants to feel young again.
[KATE] I know, but it’s not a good look for a 40-year-old man.
[KATE] Ooooh! Too much makeup.
[KATE] Her shoes are cool.
[KATE] Handbag’s plastic!
[KATE] Look - too much sun.
[EMMA] Oh, yeah. Way too much sun. So disgusting.
[KATE] And … not enough sun!
[EMMA] And not enough sun.
[KATE] Look at him.
[KATE] Somebody call the fashion police!
[EMMA] Kate! He can hear you!
[KATE] Look at his outfit!
[KATE] He’s wearing polyester.
[KATE] I’m sorry, but that jacket’s too small for him.
[EMMA] Well, keep it down.
[EMMA] Not everybody cares much about fashion as you do.

2. Grammar

Too many / Too much enough
That’s too many hats! I have enough handbags. I don’t need any more.
She’s wearing too much makeup. I don’t have enough money to buy that dress.
way too far too
That dress looks way too baggy. she’s wearing far too many necklaces.
  • A: This plastic handbag is nasty.
  • B: Come on. Maybe you’re being too critical.
  • A: I look terrible!
  • B: You look fine. Not everybody cares as much about makeup as you do.