a flip-flop

a flip-flop

  (American)
a complete change, especially from one decision or opinion to another The government has made a policy flip-flop over arms sales. (American)
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Tie the three pompoms to a flip-flop using the 12-inch pieces of yarn.
She launched a flip-flop range for Ipanema last year and is creative director of C&A's Gisele Bndchen's Collection.
And even though some might argue they resemble an ankle warmer attached to a flip-flop, Welsh fashion experts have predicted they will fly off the shelves as they start to filter onto the high street this season.
They wouldn't be ideal for the heat as there is more coverage than a flip-flop, but for a night out this would be the high fashion way to go.
As a flip-flop wearer my entire life, it became apparent after years of running, skiing and enormous amounts of fun, having arch support in all my footwear was necessary.
Many of our Moszkito customers recognized the need for a flip-flop with arch support that also offered great designs and fun colors, features that the Baby Boomer generation were demanding.
A FLIP-FLOP thief swapped her own shoes for the stolen goods and walked out of a shop.
Trace a flip-flop three times onto craft foam and numerous times onto cardstock to make scrapbook pages.
My vote against this downtown plan wasn't a flip-flop because my no vote on Wednesday was the first vote taken on the project.