Definition of blouson in English:

blouson

Syllabification: blous·on
Pronunciation: /ˈblouˌsän, -ˌzän
 
/

noun

  • A short loose-fitting jacket, typically bloused and finishing at the waist.
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    • Slouchy drawstring pants, a blouson jacket with crystal cuffs, stretchy mini skirts and tiny mid-riff tops.
    • There's also the too-young, perpetually fashion-free pastel shirts, the too-tight jeans and the blouson leather jackets; sartorial choices suggesting he shops by catalogue with his eyes shut.
    • Basic forms like blousons or trench-coats, shirts or T-shirts, skirts or pants, are always enriched by new unexpected, ironic elements.

Origin

early 20th century: from French, diminutive of blouse.

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