Today I want to suggest you talking about fashion&style.
- Do you think it is important to wear fashionable clothes?
- What are some of the strangest fashions you have seen?
- What kind of clothes do you usually wear?
- Do you like tattoos? Do you have a tattoo? Would you like to have a tattoo?
- What do you think, tattoo should mean something for a human who made it or it can be made only for style?
- Would you dress the same as you do in your country if you went to America for a visit?
- Have you ever felt uncomfortable with what you wear?
Here are some idioms about fashion&style:
Roll up your sleeves – to prepare for hard work. This is very similar to the term, “buckle down”.
Dressed to the nines/dressed to kill – wearing nice clothes for a special occasion.
Dirty laundry – questionable activities that one wants to keep secret. “To wash your dirty laundry/linen in public” or to “air your dirty laundry/linen in public” means to talk about things that should be kept private.
Hot under the collar – very angry about something.
Thinking cap – if you put on your thinking cap, you think seriously about something.
Off the cuff – if you speak off the cuff, you say something without having prepared or thought about your words first.