Style may refer to:
Genre, a loose set of criteria for a category or composition
Design, the process of creating something
Format, various terms that refer to the style of different things
Human physical appearance
Fashion, a prevailing mode of expression, i.e. clothing
Typeface, style is one of the three traditional design features along with size and weight: either regular, italic or condensed
Style may also refer to:
Painting style, in art and painting style can refer either to the aesthetic values followed in choosing what to paint (and how) or to the physical techniques employed
Style (manner of address), titles or honorifics, including Chinese courtesy names
Style (botany), a stalk structure in female flower parts. "See Gynoecium"
Music genre, music that shares a certain style or "basic musical language"
* "Style" (Cameo album), released in 1983
* "Style" (Namie Amuro album), an album by Namie Amuro, released in 2003
* "Style" (2007 song), from the Tamil film "Sivaji: The Boss"
Styles P, one third of the group LOX or one fourth of the supergroup, D-Block
* "Style" (Swedish band), Swedish 80s band, famous for songs like Telefon and Dover-Calais
*"Style", a song from the movie "
Robin and the 7 Hoods"
Film and television
Style Network, a Comcast-owned cable and satellite television network
* "Style" (2006 film), a Telugu film starring Raghavendra Lawerence and
Prabhu Deva Sundaram
* "Style" (2004 film), a Burmese romantic comedy
* "Style with Elsa Klensch", a CNN fashion series hosted by
Elsa Klenschfrom 1980 to 2000
Literature and linguistics
Cascading Style Sheets, in web design
Style guidein writing
Stylistics (linguistics), in linguistics, variation in the language use of an individual, such as formal/informal style
*"Style", a pseudonym of author
*"Style", a book by Sir
*"Style", a 1998 fashion book by Elsa Klensch
*"Style", on a sundial, the part of the
gnomonthat casts a shadow
*Style = Stan + Kyle, a popular slash pairing from the TV cartoon
Stile, a step used for crossing a fence
Stylus, a writing instrument
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