unfussy

un·fuss·y

 (ŭn-fŭs′ē)
adj.
1. Not particular about or concerned with details.
2. Not cluttered or complicated, as with extraneous matters or details.

unfussy

(ʌnˈfʌsɪ)
adj, unfussier or unfussiest
1. not characterized by overelaborate detail
2. not particular: he's unfussy about which grievances he exploits.
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With thrusting rich blue pokers amid elegant heart-shaped leaves, it's an unfussy aquatic and non-invasive plant for a sunny, partially shaded and even shady edge of a pond.
There was no red carpet, gimmicks nor pomp even for lady senators, who went for unfussy, muted but chic garbs for Monday's opening of the 18th Congress.
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Hair was kept unfussy and sleeked back and The Greatest Showman star accessorised with striking Paula Mendoza 'Kamensta' earrings made from Colombian gold.
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Head of design at Optoplast Actman Eyewear, Tom Mehew, said: "The collection is based on the concept of understated luxury and creating a contemporary and unfussy collection."
With elaborate sleeves and a busy, full-length frock, the willowy 38-yearold Gone Girl star, wisely kept the rest of her look minimalist with nude make-up and loose, unfussy locks.
nWhen it comes to artwork, again keep pictures simple and unfussy, and just choose something that picks out a colour detail from your scheme.
They are so expensive in the shops and yet so easy to find thriving in hedgerows, unfussy about their location and tolerating partial shade and poorly-drained soil.
It's just the sort of joyful, sensuous, unfussy affair you want a cookbook to bepart memoir and part invitation to indulge in some of Israel's finest dishes.
Without the raised suspension and rugged looks of its popular stablemates, the Pulsar possesses clean and relatively unfussy lines not always associated with Japanese brands.
In his foreword to The World's Best Brunches, Aussie restaurateur Bill Granger describes brunch as a relaxing meal of "unfussy offerings" with "good, fresh ingredients put together in a simple, pleasing way -- and coffee.