“小” means “little,” “香” means “sweet, fragrant,” and “风” is short for “风格” (fēnggé, meaning “style”). This term is often used in discussions of fashion and garments, as “香” here is short for “香奈儿” (xiāngnàiér, “Chanel”). The French fashion brand founded by Gabrielle Chanel is deemed as modern, timeless and elegant, as represented by its little black dress and formfitting tweed blouse. The Chinese term refers to clothes that emulates Chanel’s style.
Wǒ yào qù cānjiā péngyou de hūnlǐ，chuān shénme yīfú héshì ne？
I’m going to attend my friend’s wedding. What shall I wear?
Xiǎoxiāngfēng de liányīqún dāpèi jiǎndān de shǒushì kěndìng búhuì cuò。
You can never get it wrong with a Chanel-style dress and a simple piece of jewelry.