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medallion man

A man who dresses in a flashy way, usually with his shirt open to expose his chest and (often gold) jewelry. Primarily heard in UK. Once the medallion man arrived at the party, all of the women decided to leave. My husband used to be a medallion man, but thankfully his style has gotten more conservative over the years.
See also: man, medallion

a medallion man

  (British humorous)
a man, usually an older man, who dresses in a way that he thinks women find attractive, often wearing an open shirt in order to show his chest and a lot of gold jewellery
Usage notes: A medallion is a circle of metal like a large coin that is worn on a chain around the neck.
And there he was, a real-live 70's medallion man, just stepped out of a time machine.
See also: man, medallion