Synonyms for Fashionable:


all (adjective)
fashionable (adjective)
fancy, chichi, swank, slick, smart, refined, modal, dapper, natty, up-to-date, showy, stylish, Tony, coordinated, ritzy, conventional, dashing, snappy, vogue, rakish, decorous, chic.
modernistic (adjective)
modernistic, high style.
new (adjective)
plush (adjective)
sharp (adjective)
stylish (adjective)
style, sharp, spiffy, snazzy.
stylish, up-to-date (adjective)
faddy, hot, in style, favored, chichi, usual, in vogue, current, modish, natty, all the rage, trendy, up-to-the-minute, latest, now, smart, popular, modern, dashing, mod, rakish, chic, contemporary, swank, upscale, trendsetting.


futuristic, hip, hot, high style, contemporary, jamming them in, now, elegant, up-to-the-minute, upscale, ahead of your/its etc. time, going like wildfire, in the latest mode, prevalent, yuppie, all the rage, state of the art, space age, favored, sharp, with-it, advanced, current, the thing, in the swim, being done. flashy, style, upmarket, usual, trig, fashion-conscious, designer. fashionable (noun)
chic, popular, modern, newest, natty, dashing, faddy, posh, old-time, swish, chichi, modernistic, in style, snappy, modish, smart, trendsetting, Olde Worlde, cool, jaunty, last, swagger, raffish, in vogue, dapper, in, a la mode, voguish, snazzy, rakish, mod, popular with, stylish, latest, faddish, classy, swanky, trendy, groovy, swank, spiffy, quaint, up-to-date, spruce.

Other synonyms:

upmarket, trig, fashion-conscious, upscale. with-it, flashy. designer. in. modern
Other relevant words:
flashy, modernistic, mod, modern, quaint, in vogue, trendy, sharp, trig, modish, voguish, groovy, latest, style, spiffy, now, swanky, hip, Olde Worlde, old-time, trendsetting, popular with, up-to-the-minute, prevalent, being done, swish, hot, jaunty, designer, current, classy, last, faddish, contemporary, in style, swagger, state of the art, faddy, popular, spruce, with-it, advanced, all the rage, raffish, newest, fashion-conscious, in, cool, posh, snazzy, elegant.

Usage examples for fashionable

  1. She had never been ashamed of her humble home,- not with all her fashionable friends, not with her rich lover. – One Woman's Life by Robert Herrick
  2. After the first meeting, there was little delay in beginning that form of unchurched marriage so fashionable in the art world of that day. – The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 1 by Rupert Hughes
  3. " You look like what you are, a beautiful and fashionable lady," Mrs. Bell answered. – An American Suffragette by Isaac N. Stevens