preppy

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preppie

and preppy
1. mod. in the manner or style of a student at a preparatory school. I just love your preppy coat.
2. n. a young person who dresses and acts like a student at a preparatory school. Those preppies are having fun now, but how will they support themselves?

preppy

verb
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The Beatles happily accepted Epstein as mentor-manager, doffing their Teddy Boy leathers for a preppier look as the first of many image refinements.
Some of my classmates were preppier than Muffy at Star, and had better taste.
According to a recent (March 1999) article in MR Magazine, the predominant trend is "moving away from the baggy, hip-hop look of urban sportswear toward a cleaner, preppier style.
The preppier look doesn't mean kids and parents aren't clashing on choices.
Not to mention Donny Osmond, looking preppier than ever; Kiri te Kanawa, trilling a highly Puccini-esque sample of the as-yet-unfinished "Phantom" continuation; and the roller-skating cast of "Starlight Express," the last of which was repped by only one number, while "By Jeeves" was alone among Lloyd Webber's 12 shows in being repped by none.
According to a recent (March, 1999) article in MR Magazine, the predominant trend is "moving away from the baggy, hip-hop look of urban sportswear toward a cleaner, preppier style.