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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. Are Man Heels Rad Or Bad?

  • But just last week, songstress Kylie Minogue wore the same frock sans tights and with strappier sandals to the UK premiere of "The Kid."

    Kylie Minogue & Chanel Iman Don Feathered Gucci Dress: Who Wore It Better? (PHOTOS, POLL)

  • 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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