attire, garb, dress
Meaning: clothing of a distinctive style or for a particular occasion; "formal attire"; "battle dress"
meaning of the word
overdress, dress_up, fig_out, fig_up, deck_up, gussy_up, fancy_up, trick_up, deck_out, trick_out, prink, attire, get_up, rig_out, tog_up, tog_out
Meaning: put on special clothes to appear particularly appealing and attractive; "She never dresses up, even when she goes to the opera"; "The young girls were all fancied up for the party"
Up to eleven o'clock certain attire was proper.
To look at your airy attire one would imagine that it was summer instead of autumn.
Whilst he gave these curt and concise orders, he had completed his change of attire.
She was remarkably neat in her whole personal attire; but she was dainty as to the fit of her shoes and gloves.
With this apostrophe Mr Fledgeby appropriately proceeded to divest himself of his Turkish garments, and invest himself with Christian attire.
Neither too high, nor too low; it is equally ridiculous either to pretend to be the most showy, or to display the meanest attire in an assembly.
"I suppose, sir, I must change my attire?" replied Edward, looking at his forester's dress; "that will hardly accord with the office of secretary."
Our bearded and sun-burned faces, long hair, and generally rough attire, added to our unfriendly attitude, must have puzzled the approaching horsemen.
Their festal attire bore the marks of a once careless luxury, but now shabbiness tried to hide itself under the bravery of tinsel, where once had been pure gold.
Certain fashionables seek to gain a kind of reputation by the odd choice of their attire, and by their eagerness to seize upon the first caprices of the fashions.