Summer gathered her handbag, swung the cardigan half of her heather-colored sweater set around her shoulders, and with that flouncy walk she'd had since childhood … sashayed past us, shaking her head disgustedly all the way.—Toby Devens
The French influence was pervasive. Seven women chefs wore matching, flouncy cancan out-fits …—Thomas Matthews
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If flouncy curls are your thing, T3 and Chi have a slew of curling irons on sale for up to 50% off.—Sarah Han, Allure, 27 Nov. 2023 Inspired by the 2004 cabbage weigh-off, Lawton sketched out handmade costumes and recruited five friends to join her in the flouncy tulle creations.—Amy Bushatz, Anchorage Daily News, 2 Sep. 2023 The strapless bustier gown was covered in sparkling sequins, with the curve-hugging bodice ending in a flouncy, mermaid-style skirt made of layers of inky black tulle.—Quinci Legardye, Harper's BAZAAR, 9 July 2023 Swift looked wedding-appropriate in a light blue lace dress by Erdem, with a boned bodice and asymmetrical flouncy hemline.—Sarah Spellings, Vogue, 23 Aug. 2023 Under the flowy, flouncy layer, there’s a more supportive shelf bra.—Maya Polton Updated, Parents, 10 Aug. 2023 Embroidered Front Peasant Top The wearability of this timeless peasant-style blouse is unmatched, from the lovely V-neck design to the delicate crochet hem and flouncy sleeves.—Wendy Vazquez, Southern Living, 17 Aug. 2023 May 23, 2023 Crown Princess Victoria looked anything but icy in a flouncy lemon yellow gown at the Polar Music Prize in Stockholm, Sweden.—Lauren Hubbard, Town & Country, 13 Aug. 2023 Thanks to high-waisted bottoms and a cute flouncy top, this tankini provides the ease of a two-piece (hello, frequent bathroom visits) with a bit more coverage than a skimpy bikini.—Maya Polton Updated, Parents, 10 Aug. 2023 See More
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