Classy is not about clothes, makeup, hairstyles, accessories. It is not about being posh, or wealthy.

A classy girl is kind, gentle, sweet, empathetic, caring. She is giving, loving... she is a good person. She is polite. She has good manners and is a very pleasant person to know. She is a good friend.

You can dress classy, you can stand, sit, and walk classy, but true class is on the inside. If you gossip and insult, if you're judgemental, if you're cruel and hateful and immature, you are not classy, no matter what clothes you pick out, where you got them from, no matter how much money you have, no matter how you sit at the dinner table, you are not classy. Respect yourself and respect others and you will be classy.
Isabelle is such a good friend. She listened to me whine and understood when I became a bitch. She's classy.

Joanna volunteers and gives to charity, she's so selfless. She's a real classy girl.

Sarah is really polite and accepts people, befriends people, and never backstabs or gossips or bitches about anybody. She has class.

Megan is very mature and wise. She's inspirational. I hope I can be so classy.
by msladyinwhite October 18, 2011
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An adjective
1) meaning very stylish and elegant.
2) not crude or misgusting or dirty or depressing
2) a deeper, more meaningful word for 'cool'
That Bar and Gril was surprisingly classy.
by yess June 26, 2006
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1. prestigious

2. high quality

3. elegant or stylish
Who needs those classy restaurants when you can get a good meal at Boston Market?
by Light Joker November 17, 2005
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of high class, rank, or grade; stylish; admirably smart; elegant.
For example, The sisters of Kappa Delta Chi are classy. It doesn't get any classier than a KDChi.
by penguin1987 November 17, 2010
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Ghettofied adjective from the late 70’s & 80’s that somehow became socially acceptable with predominately middle & upper class homogenized White Americans, especially during the last few years. The biggest mistake connected with the use of this term is that it should never be used to describe oneself. Those who use it to describe themselves never are.
Excuse me, I am a classy lady! Maybe I please have a paper bag & a straw!
by Mr Wall October 21, 2005
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An experience worthy of the term "classy" is rare, but it is possible to stumble upon one, regularly. Most often classy is used in the instance of a situation or description of something that has not yet been robbed of it's purity; of it's innocence. For the word classy can only describe something that escapes the cruelties of exploitation. Redheads used to be classy, until they were of course, dubbed "gingers."
"Unicorns are classy."

"Jesus is classy."

"soooooooooooo classy."
by Lisa Dragonsoul March 25, 2007
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