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  • adv. In an unwearable way.


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  • Why do all dresses from the high street have such obscenely low V-necks, or, if they are wrap dresses, flap open at similarly unwearably low levels at the chest?

    Don't take fashion tips from Alan Shearer

  • On Net-a-porter. com, the shearling-lined, chocolate leather Burberry aviator jacket has sold out already – despite both a £1,895 price tag and the fact that a shearling-lined leather jacket is going to be unwearably warm even in an inclement August.

    The aviator jacket takes off

  • Then Rob and I bought ourselves some new socks, as a special "It's winter and now we need to admit that most of our socks are unwearably worn" treat.

    Today was rather better

  • Once unwearably vulgar, gold has been in fashion since Sex and the City's Carrie Bradshaw wore her "Carrie" necklace and J-Lo's giant hoop earrings made it glorious again around the turn of the millennium.

    The Guardian World News


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