Alyssa gets plenty of attention when she wears her snazzy sunglasses.
An example of something snazzy is a new sequined bag.
Origin of snazzyfrom uncertain or unknown; perhaps sn(appy) + (j)azzy
adjectivesnaz·zi·er, snaz·zi·est Slang
Origin of snazzyOrigin unknown
(comparative snazzier, superlative snazziest)
terms which are etymologically related to "snazzy"
Unknown but perhaps a blend of snappy + jazzy, or from Irish snas (meaning polish, good appearance) . The first documented use of the word was on 30 March 1901 on page 3 of the The Evening Post, Wellington, New Zealand. The Reference was to "'Snazzy,' otherwise G.H. Snazelle ." George H. Snazelle was a noted English vocalist, entertainer and actor who was born George Snazel in 1848, and who died in 1912. It is probable that the word was coined to refer to this stylish, well-traveled celebrity of the age.