lustrous, grabby, grotesque, bleached, clean, kenspeckle, tawdry, meretricious, glistening, loud, bold, grim, pronounced, aureate, unappealing, ugly, cold, tatty, remarkable, arresting, glaring, gimcrack, monstrous, plain, brassy, brash, brilliant, shiny, splurgy, colored, flash, chintzy, bright, glossy, noisy, unattractive, emphatic, tacky, sporting, unsightly, colorful, bodacious, calendered, hideous, prominent, conspicuous, jazzy, striking, sportsmanlike, commanding, eye-catching, color-coded, ablaze, cheap, trashy, sporty, shining, marked, catchy
fashionable (part of speech: adjective)
ostentatious (part of speech: adjective)
flourishing, grandiose, flagrant, snazzy, flashy, garish, boastful, jaunty, exhibitionistic, vain, affected, fussy, dashing, dramatic, splashy, pompous, forced, stilted, grandiloquent, ornate, formal, ostentatious, gaudy, blatant, flaunting, flamboyant, rakish, sensational, opulent, histrionic, shameless
pretentious (part of speech: adjective)
facade, unnatural, artificial, deceitful, studied, impersonating, mannered, false, pretentious, fraudulent, stagy, ersatz, imposture, fake, bogus, masquerading, la-di-da, overdone, posing, stiff, mock, forged, synthetic, counterfeit, imitation, theatrical
ornately spoken or written (part of speech: adjective)
- Handsome, clever, showy, and admired, as she had been in her day, probably not one living soul did now care for Henrietta Gascoigne except foolish, faithful Aunt Maria. - "Christian's Mistake", Dinah Maria Mulock Craik.
- She thinks they are too showy, so sheÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ s going to put covers over them. - "Project Gutenberg, Deep Waters, by W.W. Jacobs", W.W. Jacobs.
- Mrs. Van Shaw was a showy woman who had done her best to spoil her son ever since his birth, by giving him everything he wanted, simply because he asked for it. - "The High Calling", Charles M. Sheldon.