grannyish

grannyish

(ˈɡranɪjɪʃ)
adj
typical of or suitable for an elderly woman; old-fashioned
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Eyespace marketing manager, Nicky Clement, told OT: "Opticians are looking to our designers to deliver eyewear that sits in line with the renewed fashion-aware outlook classic enough to be age-appropriate, but staying clear of any grannyish character."
To make it look more glam than grannyish - and allow the pattern to stand out - dye it a jade shade in your washing machine (in this case, Amazon Green Machine Wash Dye PS5.49 dylon.co.uk was used).
Yet society still views younger grey-haired women as grannyish or, worse, as having let themselves go while men are considered silver foxes.
LAST week I did something I've agonised over for ages -I went to the chiropodist's.It's not that I'd agonised over the pain factor, rather that it sounds so grannyish to say you've visited a chiropodist.
Julie, a data analyst, said: "The decor was what could only be described as grannyish. It was all 70s floral with pale blue carpets.
While beaming Lil went to move her car in a grannyish cardi, Ed was slightly less frumpy in a black T-shirt and jeans.
But I'm sure she'd much rather have a youngish mum than a grannyish one.
Geri Halliwell dons the geri-atric look - fur-trimmed coat and grannyish handbag - and drags her cheesy crooner chum out for a night on the town.
The heavily made-up newly-wed looked like she borrowed her grannyish fur cape from a display in New York's Museum Of Natural History, where the party was held.
It's very derivative of old fragrances from days gone by with some very grannyish flower notes - especially gardenia.