Definition of like it's going out of style (or fashion) in English:

like it's going out of style (or fashion)

phrase

  • (with reference to the use or consumption of something) at an excessive rate.

    ‘people spend their money like it's going out of style’
    • ‘My four brothers and I ate like it was going out of style.’
    • ‘Our problem is that we are now in the South, where they serve meat like it's going out of style.’
    • ‘I was walking up and down a busy lane shopping like it was going out of fashion.’
    • ‘They're whizzing all round in the world in fast cars and faster planes burning up fuel like it's going out of fashion.’
    • ‘I am going to start drinking water like it's going out of style.’
    • ‘He spent money like it was going out of fashion.’