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1299 Fashion Sense

Curtis talks with Spencer about her sense of style and the clothes she likes to wear.

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Fashion sense

notesWell my fashion sense has definitely changed over the last decade.

Fashion sense is the way you dress. Notice the following:

  1. He has an interesting fashion sense: a purple hat and yellow shoes.
  2. She has great fashion sense. She always wears nice clothes.


notesMy uni years.

Uni is short for university. Notice the following:

  1. She studied chemistry at uni.
  2. Back in his uni days, he went out every weekend.

It's not me

notesI feel like it's not really me.

It's not really for me means I don't like it or I don't want to do it. Notice the following:

  1. You can go watch baseball, but it's not really for me.
  2. Chinese food? It's not really for me. I prefer French food.

Throw on (clothes)

notesI also love just throwing on a t-shirt and jeans.

To throw on (clothes) means to get dressed quickly or carelessly. Notice the following:

  1. I just throw on sweat pants and a T-shirt when I go to the store.
  2. He threw on his coat and ran out the door.

a million bucks

notesI feel like a million bucks.

A million bucks is a million dollars. We use this phrase to express that someone looks or feels special and important. Notice the following:

  1. You look like a million bucks tonight.
  2. When I get dressed up, I feel like a million bucks.

dressed to the nines

notesShe is dressed to the nines.

Dressed to the nines means dressed up in very nice clothes. Notice the following:

  1. Nice suit, you are really dressed to the nines tonight.
  2. She's dressed to the nines; it must be a special day.

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