New Look

  1. a style of women's clothing created by Christian Dior in 1947; involved a tight bodice and narrow waist and a flowing pleated skirt
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How To Use New Look In A Sentence

  • But since the controversy is still very much alive, it seems advisable to take a new look at this issue.
  • The new look is very cool, very hip, with lots of good pictures.
  • The market hall is to receive a new look in an 18-month expansion programme.
  • EACH month we showcase the hottest new looks. The Sun
  • Silk taffeta is lit up with metallic yarns; mesh is wired for a new look; and paillettes add reflections to fabrics.
  • She unveiled yet another new look this week - which she actually pinched from me around five decades or so ago. The Sun
  • At the month's end there was much excitement as I unveiled my new look to the world.
  • Large hoardings that line arterial roads are suddenly brought down, either due to human intervention or the ravages of the weather, and the concrete jungle takes on a fresh, new look that is easier on the eye.
  • The world's top designers want to tempt with you their new looks.
  • Or a wool-lined flying jacket to add the final touch of elegance to your New Look. THE HARDIE INHERITANCE
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