clotheshorse

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clotheshorse

One who is very interest in their appearance, clothing, and fashion. Of course he wore an ascot to the barbeque—he's a real clotheshorse.

clotheshorse

(ˈklozhors)
n. someone who is obsessed with clothing and looking good in it. Her brother is the real clotheshorse.
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In the carving the umpire is wearing five hats and two extra jumpers because the players often use umpires as a clotheshorse. His fingers are held in the air as if signalling "You're out!"
Now he's hooked up with a clotheshorse. Not only that, but it was a pretentious ceremony on a South American river, conducted by a shaman in a canoe.
"He's a clotheshorse in the best sense of the word and has got great dress sense."