Dapper means neatly or stylishly dressed, typically in a way that is fashionable or elegant.
SINGAPORE: Ever the dapper dresser, United Malays National Organisation (UMNO) president Ahmad Zahid Hamidi now has additional sass in his swagger. Months of work have cemented his grip on the party and saved it from penury in the parliamentary wilderness.
Prince George, nine, was seen looking dapper in a navy blue suit and tie, while his younger sister Princess Charlotte wore a navy blue overcoat with light blue tights underneath her floral dress from the British label, Rachel Riley.
Thrust into the world's lens the day after his mother's death on 8 September 2022, the new King travelled to London to meet Elizabeth's adoring public in full mourning-wear. Although no doubt grieving himself, Charles looked dapper in his black suit, announcing himself as the new monarch in elegant style.
Whatever medium takes [the turban] away from terrorism, is a great thing. I don’t really care if it’s a catwalk, or young dapper Sikhs wearing designer clothing … I think anything that separates the turban from Bin Laden and those images all over the media after 9/11 and takes the turban into the realm of a Sikh perspective [is] great. Jagpal
The president, dapper in a tuxedo, seemed relaxed as he sat at the head table on the dais along with Vice President Harris and other VIPs in the vast subterranean ballroom of the Washington Hilton. Journalists suspended their watchful reticence for the evening, giving, as is traditional, a warm greeting to the nation’s chief executive.
Now that Anna Wintour is this content – and who wouldn’t be happy to find the dapper Bill Nighy hanging off their arm like this season’s must-have clutch bag – I have a question: do the greatest relationships flourish later in life?
"I feel alive. I feel free," said an excited Bian, dapper in tinted sunglasses, flat-topped navy blue hat and a wraparound tunic cinched at the waist, his hair hanging loosely to his shoulders. "This is my dream."
Representing British fashion, British Vogue editor-in-chief Edward Enninful wore a bespoke morning suit by Savile Row tailors Huntsman, looking dapper in a pale blue waistcoat, navy spotted tie, black overcoat and grey striped trousers.