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Very fashionable.‘her fitted jacket is bang on-trend’
- ‘Get bang on trend this autumn by investing in this season's most regal of colours - purple.’
- ‘And, of course, on-trend is what she wants to be.’
- ‘Almaden, which is owned by The Wine Group, is positioning the brand as a being on trend with green consumers as well.’
- ‘Affecting this sort of nonchalant style seems, ironically, to involve more work than putting together a seasonally on-trend ensemble.’
- ‘Pastel hues are right on trend this season, too.’
- ‘But how very excellent to think that I'm on-trend without even trying!’
- ‘Temperley is an unpretentious designer of pretty frocks that don't even pretend to be on trend.’
- ‘Sure, it's easy to have a product that is on-trend.’
- ‘The social photographers want to shoot girls who look on-trend in bright colours to liven up their pages.’
- ‘To an extent, she is on trend by default.’
- ‘We have to be relevant to our customers and on-trend.’
- ‘Of course, who am I to say no to a wonderful vintage dress, and an on trend jacket or skirt.’
- ‘The new crossbreeds, by contrast, are bang on trend for modern multicultural Britain.’
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