Definition of dress sense in English:

dress sense

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[mass noun]
A good instinct for selecting garments which suit the wearer.
More example sentences
  • That is good as his dress sense should be well suited to your average citizen of Sheffield.
  • Once cruelly mocked for her lack of dress sense, in recent years a more sophisticated Camilla has emerged - one who is not afraid to make a personal style statement when the occasion demands it.
  • A police spokesman advised students to stay street safe and not display their wealth, but added that attacks on students motivated by their dress sense were uncommon.

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