English version

dressy

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Clothes & fashion
dressydress‧y /ˈdresi/ adjective  1 DCdressy clothes are suitable for formal occasions Her outfit was smart but not too dressy.2 DCsomeone who is dressy likes to wear very fashionable or formal clothes
Examples from the Corpus
dressyAll the doll clothes that my Sister makes are dressy.But they can keep the dressy culottes and pantsuits as long as they are part of a coordinated outfit.All this is far superior to the dressy emptiness of the last star-studded Haymarket revival.He's a dressy fellow himself.a dressy silk suitAll were so shabby they might have been worn by a dressy tramp.She describes her style as sportif for work, more dressy when she's with family and friends.
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