Bling–bling



expensive and flashy jewelry, clothing, or other possessions.
the flaunting of such possessions or the flashy lifestyle associated with it.
flashy; ostentatious.
to flaunt one’s material wealth; live a flashy lifestyle.
to dress or adorn in a flashy way:
Bling up your wardrobe!
Contemporary Examples

Anne Hidalgo, Paris’s First Female Mayor, Isn’t a Fashionista…and That’s Quite All Right Erin Cunningham April 16, 2014

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