- adj. Of clothing, featuring or characterized by straps.
- From strap + -y. (Wiktionary)
“Stephanie was tall in strappy heels with long straight hair, a blonde, and her voice was whiskey and soda.”
“In the opening scene, Melanie Thorton, a low-level presidential campaign staffer, wears a pair of "strappy" Charles David sandals with a heel "thin and wide, like an upright graham cracker.”
“Cosseted all winter in socks, your feet now are most likely gadding about in strappy sandals, flip-flops and peep-toe wedges.”
“Women in summer dresses, their strappy sandals long discarded.”
“She still looked adorable in her yellow sundress and strappy white heels, but her mood had soured.”
“Unable to refrain from perusing the complete canvass before him, he saw that her flawlessly pedicured feet were nestled in muted gold strappy sandals.”
“Gucci has a strappy, black suede kitten heel with a big gold logo, "GG Cage" (great with a tan and coral red nails), £304, and Rupert Sanderson offers perhaps the chicest option with his open-toed "Napper" kitten heel in black and nude for £359 (not cheap, but guaranteed to still look good in five years' time).”
“My strappy shoe snapped and my ankle flashed with pain as it twisted.”
“Christie went to a black-tie wedding when she was thirty-seven weeks pregnant, and she wore a long black knit dress that still looked plenty dressy and chic and left her strappy stilettos in the closet in favor of low-heeled shoes, which meant she could actually dance with her husband.”
“Accessorize with mid-heeled slingbacks or strappy sandals.”
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