Español: Popular / Français: Populaire / Italiano: Popular
Popular may refer to the Social status, the quality of being well-liked or well-known or the mainstream, the quality of being common, well-received, in demand, widely understood.

In the context of fashion, ‘popular’ refers to items or styles that are currently in demand and widely accepted by a large group of people. For example, some popular fashion items in 2020 were Telfar’s Shopping Bag, ByChari’s Vote necklace, and Hill House Home’s Nap Dress.

Some similar things to ‘popular’ in the fashion context are trendy, fashionable, or in style. These terms all refer to items or styles that are currently popular and widely accepted by a large group of people.


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