skim + -y
skimmy (comparative more skimmy, superlative most skimmy)
- (chiefly fashion) Tending or seeming to skim; loose
2007 March 5, Cathy Horyn, “A New Look at Nina Ricci and a Puzzle at Chloé”, in New York Times:
- You could see a similarity to the style of Rick Owens in the oversize sweaters and to the skimmy dresses of John Galliano .