English speakers use a specific adjective order when placing adjectives.
Each adjective is separated by a comma.
He drives a big, expensive, American bike.
Her cousin is an interesting, old, Marathi man.
When using more than one adjective to describe a noun, place the adjectives in the following order before the noun:
NOTE: We usually use no more than three adjectives preceding a noun.
Example: an interesting book, a boring lecture
2)Dimension - Example: a big apple, a thin wallet.
3) Age - Example: a new car, a modern building, an ancient ruin.
4) Shape - Example: a square box, an oval mask, a round ball.
5) Colour (Color in American English) - Example: a pink hat, a blue book, a black coat.
6) Origin - Example: some Italian shoes, a Canadian town, an American car.
7) Material - Example: a wooden box, a woolen sweater, a plastic toy.