flouncy


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flouncy

(ˈflaʊnsɪ)
adj, -cier or -ciest
(Clothing & Fashion) having flounces
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Rice, known for flitting across the country in jumpsuitso n Channel 4 gameshow Treasure Hunt and Challenge Anneka in the 80s and 90s, said she is not a "girly girl" and is concerned about wearing "flouncy" dresses on the dance floor.
Buttons, narrow slits, and flouncy frills lend the line a sweet touch of confidence.
Having spent a considerable time in my journalism career either stood around a football pitch interviewing players or hotfooting it down the paddock to get a comment from an F1 racer at the Bahrain International Circuit, I learned rather quickly that high heels, skirts and flouncy dresses simply won't work.
Rebecca Dayan In a gorgeous white flouncy Orla Kiely dress and turquoise tassel earrings, she looked just incredible.
A flouncy wrap dress (this season's update on the Flamenco-danceremoji trend) needs nothing more than sunnies and sandals to accessorize it.
Yoga is in the old chapel where all the other ladies dress like her, wearing beads and colours too, and flouncy scarves that fall from them like water.
The look of ultra-resort chic is relaxed in soft structured pieces, flouncy and billowing silhouettes displayed in infinite possibilities.
"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.
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.