Definition of flowy in English:

flowy

adjective

informal
  • (especially of long hair or clothing) hanging or draping loosely and gracefully; flowing.

    ‘a white flowy maxi dress’
    • ‘She sported a red flowy blouse, blue jeans, and open toed sandals.’
    • ‘The dress had a flowy bottom so all that needed to be measured correctly was my bust and waist.’
    • ‘The new trends we could expect to see this year are well fitting shorts teamed with flowy shirts.’
    • ‘My hair looks so full and flowy—just really feminine and sexy.’
    • ‘Melissa's long, flowy maxi dress would make for the perfect wedding guest outfit.’
    • ‘The models were draped in pure, flowy chiffons.’
    • ‘The entertainer sported a curled bob, a far cry from her usual flowy locks.’
    • ‘Wear these strappy high-heeled sandals with a flowy chiffon dress to a wedding.’
    • ‘Long, flowy skirts or loose trousers can still get caught in your bike's gears, even at a slow speed.’
    • ‘She has really pretty brown eyes and long flowy brown hair.’
    • ‘With a small dab of styling wax on your fingertips, sweep your hair to one side, leaving it loose and flowy.’
    • ‘Enhancing that dreamy yet confident look are asymmetrical cuts, long flowy skirts, and oversized blouses.’
    • ‘Soft, flowy fabrics and delicate textures in flirty drapes are going to be the hottest trends.’
    • ‘She looks sizzling in a neon green flowy dress that really brightens up the screen.’
    • ‘Kate showed off her slender frame in the flowy gown, which featured a long train.’

Pronunciation

flowy

/ˈfləʊi/