Definition of on-trend in English:

on-trend

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adjective

Very fashionable: her fitted jacket is bang on-trend
More example sentences
  • To an extent, she is on trend by default.
  • The new crossbreeds, by contrast, are bang on trend for modern multicultural Britain.
  • The social photographers want to shoot girls who look on-trend in bright colours to liven up their pages.

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