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.
Yet teenagers who would once have rolled their eyes at flat sandals, clompy boots and stout lace-ups are happy to wear grannyish styles.
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.
The handcrafted Esther pot shows what happens when handmade ceramics rise above the grannyish rap and truly shine.
I felt I ought to do something grannyish so I washed his hands and let him help me make some bread.
Yet society still views younger grey-haired women as grannyish or, worse, as having let themselves go while men are considered silver foxes.
Julie, a data analyst, said: "The decor was what could only be described as grannyish.
It's not that I'd agonised over the pain factor, rather that it sounds so grannyish to say you've visited a chiropodist.
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.