drapey

drapey

(ˈdreɪpɪ)
adj
hanging in loose folds
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Recommended fabrics include light- to mediumweight woven fabric such as linen, chambray, tencel twill, rayon challis and similar drapey substrates.
These garments are built on Scandinavian design--clean lines, minimalist elegance--and they range from drapey styles to more tailored looks.
Silk organza, while lightweight, is a relatively stable sheer, so it lends itself well to a wider variety of embroidery designs than its more drapey cousin, chiffon.
In one particular collage, Cuneta was seen singing on stage in two different outfits; one a teal number and the other a muted drapey black outfit.
An easy slip-stitch pattern highlights the colors and textures of Maai, a springy alpaca and merino blend, and Rain, a drapey cotton yarn.
With drapey front pockets, this sweater is both flattering and functional.
For prom, customers can pick something long and drapey by Gorgeous Couture or Badgley Mischka, short and clingy by Herve Leger, or sequined and sassy by Jovani or Alice and Olivia.
"This season, designers have put their heads together on how to make the culotte more chic - in the past, it's not always been the most flattering of silhouettes to wear but this year they're doing them in really soft drapey fabrics so you can barely tell that they are culottes, it looks just like a skirt.
This brand has a loyal following for its jet-set chic and bohemian spirit; fans stop by to seek out embroidered tunics, silk dresses and skirts, drapey linen pants or a pair of AG jeans.
Contrast fluid fabrics with super-rigid ones to avoid looking too drapey.