a. Tending to form drape-like folds.
Usage examples of "drapey".
She wore some sort of drapey, blousy number of the same color that looked like it had been slept in for a couple of weeks, and a shit-colored jacket that hung to her knees.
You know, all the men wearing those big drapey double-breasted suits and have their hair slicked back.
She wore a formal dinner gown, cream-colored and drapey, with her graying hair swept up to a peak by a jade clip.
Beneath the lined raincoat she wore a thick turtleneck sweater in a rich blue that darkened the shade of her eyes and drapey knit slacks over low boots.
Max and Sophie go table to table to talk to their guests, and as soon as Robert and I have the chance to talk without interruption, a statuesque beauty in a drapey gown interrupts.
Sophie go table to table to talk to their guests, and as soon as Robert and I have the chance to talk without interruption, a statuesque beauty in a drapey gown interrupts.
The fabric was dense, drapey, and rather looked like a costume one would expect of a Sophoclean drama.
Dana returned, face done, hair up, body clothed in a silky loose top and a drapey, ankle-length skirt in jewel tones that coordinated with the plastic fruit gracing her high-heeled, Lucite mules.
She had changed into drapey, black satin slacks and an immaculately tailored cream silk blouse.
Maybe he could get a windowseat or sofa and put it there, and get big drapey curtains.