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  • noun Plural form of recessionista.

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  • But now more than ever, as more and more fashionistas are becoming "recessionistas," fur is as conspicuously out of place as a bailed-out banker\'s private jet. '

    In hard times, make a real fashion statement: Don't wear fur

  • We're going to show you where the "recessionistas" are finding some real deals.

    CNN Transcript Dec 12, 2008

  • The Times also introduces us to "frugalistas - frugal fashionistas who refuse to sacrifice style," not to be confused with those "recessionistas" the wrote about in October and defined as "style mavens on a budget."

    CJR

  • Not to pick on Lucy, but it's a bit of an insult to those who are actually living on a budget, or to use a term that is everywhere, true "recessionistas", to have celebrities and other folks who've never had to look chic on a budget, most who don't even buy their own clothes, "teach" us that do how to be a "recessionista".

    The Budget Fashionista

  • With many fashionistas reinventing themselves as '' recessionistas "- style lovers who buy lower-priced versions of their beloved designer goods - Mancuso is taking fiscal restraint one step farther.

    RutlandHerald.com

  • The discount-shopping sector, for instance, is red hot right now as savvy "recessionistas" hunt for all sorts of bargains. "

    Daily News & Analysis

  • This month, with Tax Day upon us, I'm inviting all you recessionistas and recessionistos to be grateful to whatever your financial situation is -- even if you're in debt up to your eyeballs, have lost your house and wonder if you'll ever work again.

    April Chosen One Challenge: Love Your Money, Love Your Debt

  • This month, with Tax Day upon us, I'm inviting all you recessionistas and recessionistos to be grateful to whatever your financial situation is -- even if you're in debt up to your eyeballs, have lost your house and wonder if you'll ever work again.

    Aleta St. James: April Chosen One Challenge: Love Your Money, Love Your Debt

  • All fashionistas, or maybe I should say recessionistas, if you want to save money, and you still want a bit of edge with the way you dress but can't afford some of those high-end designer prices -- because you know some of those prices are getting pretty high out there -- I would say come to Canada and go shopping!

    Marissa Bronfman: Toronto Fashion Week Wrap Up: Jeanne Beker, Robin Kay and Stephen Lewis Talk Passions for Fashion

  • Time to give more green credit to the recessionistas.

    Maura Judkis: "Recycle" Your Old Engagement Ring for Cash

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