To complete the dandified gentleman look: a camel suit, driving gloves and pony-skin loafers.
They regarded cigarettes as effete, dandified , even faintly foreign.
It was once said of Oscar Wilde that the dandified playwright's dinner party conversation was so dazzling, so perfectly phrased, it seemed Wilde had already written out everything he planned to say the night prior to the festivities.
The latter dazzled him not only with his unconventional paintings (Delacroix posed for one of the dying figures in The Raft of the Medusa), but also with his dandified dress and dashing lifestyle.
Brooks was clearly amused by her friend's dandified appearance, bone-thin in foppish drag, complete with masculine-cut jacket, high collar, monocle, bobbed hair and imperiously arched eyebrows.
One imagines Dumas's young men about town affecting the same dandified , Anglophile pose.
Gangs of youths sauntered along, yelling randomly at other pedestrians and dressed in peculiarly dandified clothes contrasting with a partiality for working-man's boots.
The men's dandified dress seems extremely unusual to us, with their long fancy coats with huge, decorated cuffs.
His cultured grammar and dandified manner could be immensely annoying.
Whether performing on stage or off, Astaire, like Marshall / Monescu and other dandified leading men, created an aesthetic of performance and fastidious elegance.