Classy

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Cultural PerceptionPlay
In some cultures, 'classy' can imply wealth or exclusivity, not just taste. SlideThe gala event had such a classy vibe, you could tell it was high society.
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Not Always CostlyPlay
'Classy' doesn't always mean expensive; it can reflect good taste irrespective of price. SlideHis handmade gift was so classy, yet you could tell it wasn't pricey.
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Subtle ElegancePlay
Classy items often have a subtle elegance, without being overly flashy or showy. SlideThe simple black dress was understated but oh so classy.