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Rachita

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French
Is it correct to write "the Rebel Look included a plain white t-shirt, a leather jacket and denim jeans". or is there a better way to formulate it?
Thank you for helping me!
 
  • Cagey

    post mod (English Only / Latin)
    English - US
    I think 'included' works in the context you have given us. 'Included' suggests that there are other elements to the 'look' in addition to these. If these are the only elements that are required, you might say 'consisted of'.

    Some more context might be helpful. What are you writing, and for whom? Are these the only elements you have identified?
     

    Aardvark01

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    British English (Midlands)
    The formulation is fine but it requires context to qualify the definite article (the).
    What you describe is one of many 'rebel looks', not the only one.

    For example: "In the series 'Happy Days', the Rebel Look included a plain white t-shirt, a leather jacket and denim jeans."
     
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