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go out of fashion

This page is about the collocation go out of fashion

collocation pattern: verb + noun

Meaning

to become unfashionable

For example

  • Blue jeans never seem to go out of fashion.

  • Wide collars and ties went out of fashion in the late seventies.

Note:
A similar collocation is "go out of style"

Quick Quiz

If clothes go out of fashion, most people

a. won't have worn them

b. don't want to wear them

c. would like to wear them

Contributor: Matt Errey