If something is elegant, it’s well-designed, graceful, or just very nice. This word is often used to describe items of luxury or situations in which a lot of money has been spent to create something beautiful.
Samira is wearing a very elegant dress.
Wendy and Dave attended an elegant dinner party.
Zelda bought a Tesla because she admires its elegant styling.
This hotel has a very elegant interior.
Bernice is wearing an elegant necklace.
The word "elegantly" is an adverb:
Samira dresses very elegantly. (Notice the word "dresses" is a very. An adverb modifies a verb.)
Everything on the table was elegantly arranged for the guests.
She dresses very elegantly.
The word "elegance" is a noun:
Reviewers praised the new restaurant for its cuisine and its elegance.
The Palmer House hotel in Chicago has a reputation for elegance.
The Palmer House
Note: The word "elegant" is often associated with women and women’s tastes in fashion.