When we use more than one adjective they should be used in the correct order. Adjective order is not entirely fixed but the general sequence is:
— Determiner – Opinion – Size – Age – Shape – Color – Origin – Material –> Noun
Determiners are words such as a, an , the, this, that. These words are also kinds of adjectives.
– a famous, old painting
– a big, round table
– an American, cotton shirt
Adjectives of opinion come before adjectives of fact, for example:
– a beautiful, white flower.
“A white, beautiful flower” sounds unusual.
With two or more adjectives commas are optional. For example:
– “A long, dark tunnel” or “A long dark tunnel” are both acceptable.
With two or more color adjectives use and. For example:
– She’s got a black and white kitten.
Adjectives other than colors don’t use and. For example:
– She’s got a little, black kitten.
“She’s got a little and black kitten” is incorrect.