One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
A thin shoulder strap on an item of women's clothing.
- ‘She was wearing red spaghetti straps and very short white shorts.’
- ‘It had very thin spaghetti straps and across the neckline were tiny white and pink flowers.’
- ‘My dark blue dress hung on me comfortably, the thin spaghetti straps not hurting at all.’
- ‘It was a long, red dress with lace trim and beaded spaghetti straps.’
- ‘Catharine was wearing purple spaghetti straps and white mini-skirt.’
- ‘It had spaghetti straps, and a lacy top layer that fell over the satin.’
- ‘The dress was held up by thin spaghetti straps and the first layer clung to my body, while the top layer flowed elegantly as I moved.’
- ‘It was a light pale blue dress with spaghetti straps, simple, no frills or lace, that was made of some sort of slightly lustrous material.’
- ‘She pushed her spaghetti straps back up on her shoulders and sighed.’
- ‘Her spaghetti straps kept sliding off her shoulders, so guys had a very good view.’
- ‘It was backless but framed by dainty spaghetti straps.’
- ‘It had spaghetti straps and sparkle designs everywhere.’
- ‘The dress went to the floor and it had spaghetti straps.’
- ‘Her favorite dress was close fitting with spaghetti straps.’
- ‘My dress was amazing; it was black and shimmery, with spaghetti straps and a slit up to my mid-thigh.’
- ‘The gown was light yellow with spaghetti straps and a yellow flower with ribbon flowing down from it attached to the left strap where it met the bodice.’
- ‘The black dress was clinging to every curve on her body and had spaghetti straps that criss-crossed in the back.’
- ‘It had spaghetti straps and was baby blue and shimmered in the light.’
- ‘Thin spaghetti straps showed off tan skin and her dark wavy hair brushed lightly against her shoulders.’
- ‘The dress had sparkles all over it and only spaghetti straps.’
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