flouncy


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flouncy

(ˈflaʊnsɪ)
adj, -cier or -ciest
(Clothing & Fashion) having flounces
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LILY JAMES, 28 The Darkest Hour actress looked like a modern-day fairytale princess in a flouncy full-skirted strapless gown.
The tailoring of these flouncy and flirty designs falls in line with Kristina's vision to empower the modern contemporary woman without compromising on femininity.
And the Scots star, who is performing for BBC Music Day with the Scottish Symphony Orchestra at Glasgow's Barrowland tonight, won't be wearing a flouncy "meringue" dress to wed chef Bryn Williams.
Prints, color, flouncy sundresses, biker jackets, lightweight biker jackets for Spring.
There's the hourglass silhouette emphasized with a nipped-in waist, an A-line skirt and flouncy hemline.
In the late 80s, we did have the big shoulders and the flouncy hair (laughs) but I don't have that any more.
But, while it hasn't got Maggie Smith in it, those flouncy frocks and Sunday night bonnets should draw in a certain audience demographic, while the bang-up-to-date script influences sound like it'll get a look-in from the thrill-seekers, too.
FIX IT: We've all been there: You're rocking a flouncy floral skirt but can't forget about the painful irritation that stings with every step.
To avoid looking too flouncy, try a bold digi print - pair with neutral, simple separates for a high-impact outfit.
The short, flouncy skirts and blouses worn by the ensemble have a polished effect, and instantly bring to mind a bustling city street in late-'40s Paris, with a color palette of pale pinks and rich blues.
Whether it's fab and flouncy, slim and sexy, or red and raunchy, it will always turn heads.
Summary: Lola took to the stage in a flouncy polka dot dress, to cries of "Ole guapa" and whistles from the crowd.