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1(person/clothes) eleganteyou're looking very elegant — estás muy elegante
- The Queen then entered with a show of magical lights in her most elegant gown.
- Dressing herself in one graceful movement, she wore a long black dress that looked more elegant then casual.
- For her age of sixty she looked very elegant in it.
- With dazzling, spring sunshine streaming into the dining area the venue looked very elegant.
- My mother stood there in her most elegant dress and my father in a suit.
- Ashley was wearing a very nice simple yet elegant blue dress with expensive matching shoes.
- Deanna thought Michelle looked great in the casual, yet elegant dress.
- The layered, textured style is as elegant as the setting.
- My dress was made of the same satin material, but in a much less elegant style.
- Readers will find here the same elegant, deceptively simple prose that garnered so much praise for her short stories.
- She has long dark black hair that makes her look quite elegant.
- He was a very elegant man, as anyone looking at him could tell.
- Firstly, in spite of its supremely elegant coupe styling this is a real four-seater.
- In 2004 Renee again donned the classic look with a simple but elegant gown.
- Robbie whispered in my ear after he surveyed me in my elegant white gown.
- Her blonde hair was twisted in an elegant bun with a silver diamanté clip.
- Vivian's black hair was wound into an elegant bun and decorated with gold ribbons.
- Oh my god, I don't have anything elegant to wear!
- The natural woods and imported files make the room feel elegant.
- Elegant decorative styles and intricately detailed patterns of curving lines characterise Art Nouveau.
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