In couture, the flounce is a frill or fullness attached to the main fabric by the top edge only: the fullness falls away in gathers or in spirals, depending how it was cut.

‘Flouncing around’ describes someone behaving in a defiant, slightly arrogant manner.

A flounce should have attitude – flopping is not what it’s about: the fabric and the cut must bear this out….

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