Luxury will be the new uncool; extravagance the new faux pas.
Many have accused the Spanish royals of living a life of extravagance using public funds, even as much of Spain is suffering.
Many celebrities opted to donate their wares to charity, and the extravagance—and value—of the bags have gone down over the years.
Gaga may call ARTPOP her new look, but it seems that the singer's need for extravagance is part of her same old tricks.
The McMahon campaign, meanwhile, considers its extravagance to be a sign of honor.
It must be noted that La Marche's reflections upon the extravagance of the entertainment occur also in Escouchy's memoirs.
Jeffersonian simplicity is preached; extravagance is practised.
Her purse now contained three shillings, and she certainly could not accuse herself of any extravagance in the matter of diet.
Burlesque, farce and extravagance of situation and dialogue.
The extravagance of these tales was however usually no objection to them in Phonny's and Malleville's estimation.