loungy

loungy

(ˈlaʊndʒɪ) or

loungey

adj
casual; relaxedof or relating to a lounge or lounge barof or relating to a easy listening music
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I mean little, loungy men, who had just enough to live on and had nothing to do but lean about in bar-rooms and bet on horses, in bad clothes that were just too good for them.
First, very meticulously, they take off any costumes and makeup they might have and put on loungy, everyday clothes.
Fakhreddine and his business partners -- themselves no strangers to the clubbing scene worldwide -- "came to the conclusion that nightlife is switching from hardcore clubbing to a more loungy, more laid-back [style]," he explained.
Make a style statement at work with a dark tie, and slip into loungy evening mode simply by removing the tie and blazer.
While Iris, with its loungy appeal, also attracts a multinational crowd during the week, on weekends it mainly caters to Egyptians and Lebanese.
Two parallel programs also made good use of this ubiquitous architectural feature: a performance and music program by Lebanese sound artist Tuck Atoui and a film program by Apichat-pong Weerasethakul in a specially constructed, loungy outdoor cinema designed by German-born, Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren.
All of this gives the sculptures the feeling of commercial products, and the loungy gallery space seems to fit right in with the other boutiques in the East Village.
The setting changes to warm red infused lights transforming the brightly lit interiors into a more private and loungy feel later at night.
Too fancy can scream a bit 'kitty party' for what primarily is a loungy sort of affair and too dressed down can look downright hungover.
Form & Forest's Cowboy squeezes lots of loungy areas into its 635 square feet, which doesn't include the expansive deck, courtyard, and covered porch.
The French band's dreamy, loungy cover versions of punk, new romantic and goth/rock numbers would be most at home in a smoky Paris bar.