A: You look like a million dollars in your new dress.
B: It’s very nice of you to say so. My mother chose it for me.
A: Your mother really has an eye for clothes.
B: You are right.
look like a million dollars
Feel/look like a million dollars 是美國俚語，意思是“感覺或看上去十分健康或精力充沛”“十分氣派或滿面春風”或者指“婦女看上去迷人”。
e.g. I feel like a million bucks after winning that baseball game.
e.g. She was wearing a new fur coat and felt like a million dollars.
e.g. Some people get tired after a long-day's work, but I feel like a million bucks.
e.g. I'm on holiday. It's a beautiful morning and I feel like a million dollars.
have an eye for something：對……有眼光，對……有品味，對……有鑒賞力
e.g. She had an eye for the beauty of nature.
e.g. Paul had an eye for paintings.