attire in

attire (someone/oneself) in

To clothe in something. I attired myself in a beautiful gown for the gala. She attires her newborn in the cutest clothes.
See also: attire

attire someone in something

to dress someone in something. The mother attired her children in new, clean clothes. She attired herself in her finest garments.
See also: attire
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Despite this reminder from Speaker Pantaleon Alvarez last year, celebrity Congress members and other personalities still showed up in designer attire in last year's Sona.
Kuscu et al (2009)15 found that children preferred white coat attire, but highlighted the use of child-friendly attire in anxious children.
Fig 3 describes the children's preferences of the attire in terms of their gender.
Preferences of dentists' attire in a group of Istanbul school children related to dental anxiety.
The trick is to combine your white and black attire in a way so that it matches and stays classy.
The outfits are available at Attire in Zamzama, Karachi and at the Liberty Mall in Peshawar.
This study highlighted that children rate formal attire in the form of the traditional white coat and mask (13%) and formal shirt (8%) highly, in agreement with Marino et al.
THE GAA has confirmed that Masita Ireland has been granted an official GAA kit license which will allow the company to produce playing attire in Ireland for clubs, schools and colleges.
How do CPAs feel about dress-down days and what is acceptable casual business attire in the public accounting profession?
The work is marvelous for its diversity - Old Regime male attire in brocades, silks, velvets, and laces contrasted with Second Empire "black" in frock coats, trousers, and pipe hats; feminine dress between 1760 and 1937 reduced to 178 years of the bustled, tubular and bell-shaped; the rise of ready-made clothing; and the birth of the grand magasin, which created "vestimentary democracy" (for the bourgeoisie if not peasants and proletarians) by bringing products and buyers together.
Despite the encroachment of casual attire in the workplace, 85.
Iris Mittenaere went all cabaret as she wore the actual attire in the musical Moulin Rouge, becoming the first French woman to bring the costume outside France to the Philippines.
Irene Oakley-Johnson, internship coordinator for the School of Business and Industry at Florida A&M University, says she emphasizes to student job seekers the importance of image and attire in the business world.
She says corporate attire in large cities, such as New York, Chicago, Detroit and Los Angeles, tends to be less conservative than in the South or in smaller towns.
Tire Attire: Members of USA Swimming display their tire attire in a photo shoot for Goodyear before the start of the Sydney Games.