costumey

costumey

(ˈkɒstjuːmɪ)
adj
resembling a costume and therefore unrealistic
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Her clothes, no matter how much she likes them, felt costumey to her so she turned to Ali for advice.
The exhibition also included a costumey 1997 Christmas-themed outfit worn by Gwen Stefani at an acoustic KROQ holiday performance, a colourful sequined blouse worn by Marc Bolan of T.
1] Velvet can be a difficult fabric to manage, but Bottega Veneta offers a sleek boot with an embroidered heel that Ambrose describes as "comfortable, sophisticated, and very festive without being costumey.
Pairing sherbet-coloured eyes with powder blush can look dated and costumey, so finish with a soft cream (convertible color pounds 23) or gel cheek (color push up pounds 14, both Stila) for dewiness and a lightly tinted lip gloss.
She explained that classically pretty gowns just don't cut it at the Met Gala - though stars must be wary of getting too costumey when preparing for the big event.
Newsboy caps are costumey (unless worn while horseback riding in the English countryside), but he makes it work on the red carpet.
I guess after a decade of delirious, excessive and costumey John Galliano, it's time to start spare and bare.
On Wednesday, Eduardo Lucero showed his edgy, slightly costumey fall 2005 collection: lots of jewel-toned slinky satin gowns, fur-trimmed coats, leather jackets, capes, camis and slim skirts.
She knows just the fine line between a beautiful couture moment and being too costumey.