This Palmer stands for elegance and sophistication: the embodiment of natural gifts, both athletic and personal.
The abundance of the fabric allowed us to cover her but retain the beauty and elegance of the garment.
He was interested in making a movie that was about elegance and the glamour of stars.
It was sort of a defining moment for the Jack character in terms of just his elegance and his priorities.
Her professionalism and elegance have impressed all who have worked with her.
After almost three hundred years, the "charms of her person, her elegance and kindliness of manner" are still remembered.
Here every object was estimated, not for its beauty or elegance, but by its costliness.
They appeared to him what they were, two honest-hearted women, surrounded by luxury and elegance.
Let neatness, and elegance, and beauty exhibit their proudest charms.
Simplicity, the mother of elegance, being now the order of the day.
c.1500, "tastefulness, correctness, harmoniousness, refinement," of speech or prose, from Middle French élégance, from Latin elegantia "taste, propriety, refinement," from elegantem (see elegant). Earlier form was elegancy (early 15c.). Meaning "refined luxury" is from 1797.