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- adj. comparative form of strappy: more strappy
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We're of the camp that's all about a little stacked heel on a classic-looking boot — anything strappier or skinnier, and man heels start looking a little campy.
But just last week, songstress Kylie Minogue wore the same frock sans tights and with strappier sandals to the UK premiere of "The Kid."
And as the days get warmer, this timeless outfit is a snap to adapt, just switch the button-down for a camisole and your combat heels for something a little strappier, and you've got a smart start to summer.
We know sheer black hose is big for fall / winter 08, but we would have rather seen this with bare legs and strappier shoes. image via PA Wire
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