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1. Vocabulary

  • trends
  • in style
  • fun
  • tight
  • clothing
  • pants

Dialog
[NINA] My business is fashion.
[NINA] People think that fashion is all about following the season’s trends.
[NINA] But it isn’t just about what the designers say is in style.
[NINA] It’s about finding your own style.
[NINA] Fashion is personal.
[NINA] It’s about expressing yourself.
[NINA] Having fun.
[NINA] Wearing the clothes that you like.
[NINA] Is everything OK in there?
[CUSTOMER] Yeah. The magazines say tight jeans are going to be really in this autumn. What am I going to do?
[NINA] Tight jeans aren’t for everyone. If it doesn’t look good, don’t wear it.
[CUSTOMER] My legs don’t look good in pants like these.
[NINA] You know what? Skirts are also going to be important this season.
[NINA] This skirt will look great on you.
[NINA] What size are you? Ten?
[CUSTOMER] Twelve.
[NINA] That skirt looks great on you!
[CUSTOMER] Mmm. It does.

2. Grammar

Fashion adjectives
stylish / in style [‘staɪlɪʃ] out of style
- dreadful
fashionable unfashionable
classic trendy
loose tight
fake real
formal casual
  • I don’t wear real fur, only fake.
  • Those jeans are way too trendy.
  • He doesn’t keep up with fashion trends.
  • How do you choose your clothes?

3. Reading

HAYLEY: So, I just went shopping, and there were just too many amazing clothes. In the first shop, I found this classic pair of jeans . They are so cute. I also tried on a skirt, but it was too loose . Then, at the second place, I tried some interesting jeans, but I decided they were way too baggy . But I did find a skirt that is pretty, and tight. It looks great. Then, I couldn’t believe it: I also went to a hat store and bought this very stylish hat. Funny, because there were some hats there that were, like, totally out of style. At the last shop, I tried on two dresses. One is very formal , and the other one, here – it’s pretty casual. What do you think?