The world’s biggest clothing brands have long been known for making their products look as though they’re from outer space.
But now they’re getting a new nickname: fashionably uneven.
These days, the word is reserved for anything that looks like a different size, color, or pattern from the one on the outside.
We’ve already seen a couple of different ways the term has been used to describe a product or service.
The phrase has been coined for the trendiness of an item, for the color, and even for the pattern of a garment.
It’s often used in fashion magazines, as well as in advertisements.
However, the term’s also used to refer to a specific design that may or may not be a product of the company, or to a company’s product line, or even to the way a garment looks when it’s worn.
For example, in the early days of the fashion apparel industry, the label J. Crew used to call its clothing a “trench coat” because it was made of a combination of wool and nylon.
In recent years, the company has changed the label to “faux leather.”
This is not to say that there aren’t any differences between the products, though.
A lot of designers have changed the way they create their clothing, from the color to the pattern.
Some have even made a big deal out of their designs.
But there are some big differences between these products and the clothing that the original J.
Crew brand came from.
This article examines a few of the major trends that have made fashionably odd.