OK, so your new season frock is spot-on, but those heels? An act of shoepidity, darling! If you've been at London Fashion Week this week you may have been handed one of our yellow goody bags featuring some of Grazia's fave fashion vocab. If so you'll already know the meaning of the words Instant Grazification, Knit Happens and Shoe-pidity, but this week's Grazia (our Big Fashion Issue doncha know) which is out today includes two pages of fashion phrases for you to swat up on.
There's Frockus, noun - a frock-related ruckus, often caused by a signature dress/the moment of realisation when the same dress is worn by two different people. ARGH! We've definitely seen a few of those in our time! And Headpace, noun - the bliss that comes from shaking out your tight topknot.
Pick up your copy of Grazia NOW to get the full list of fashion vernacular. Fancy suggesting your own? We'll be putting our glossary on Grazia Daily for your reference pretty soon and we'd love some help expanding our vocabulary. Tweet us @Grazia_live using the hashtag #graziaglossary and you might find yourself the originator of next season’s sayings.