Dandy

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Historical ElegancePlay
Historically, 'dandy' describes men who were extra elegant, often in 18th and 19th century Europe. SlideHe admired the portraits of dandies from the Georgian era.
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Possible MockeryPlay
Sometimes used mockingly for someone overly concerned with appearance. SlideStop fussing with your tie, you look like a dandy!
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Cultural ReferencePlay
'Dandy' can refer to characters in literature or film who focus on fashion and appearance. SlideThe character in the movie was such a dandy, with his velvet jackets.