attire in

attire (someone or oneself) in (something)

To clothe in something. I attired myself in a beautiful gown for the gala. She attires her newborn in the cutest clothes.
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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.
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McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Merak lies just meters below the tree-line therefore it is no surprise that Merakpas until recently had been relying on their unique traditional attire in many ways thanone.
Summary: New Delhi [India], Nov 1 (ANI): The Bar Council of Delhi has issued a legal notice to Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, Everest Masala, YouTube, and a media house for using a lawyer's attire in an advertisement.
New Delhi [India], Nov 1 ( ANI ): The Bar Council of Delhi has issued a legal notice to Bollywood actor Amitabh Bachchan, Everest Masala, YouTube, and a media house for using a lawyer's attire in an advertisement.
The value of attire on the general public's views about a profession (Dunbar & Segrin, 2012), the role of attire in shaping perceptions of homophily and expectations of teacher competence (Morris et al., 1996), the influence of homophily on occupational image (Gottfredson, 1981), and the conflicting sartorial expectations of traditional agriculturalists, teachers, and scientific professionals (Dunbar & Segrin, 2012; Shoulders et al., 2017) warranted the examination of teachers' sartorial choices as an independent variable possible of influencing the dependent variables of student-teacher homophily and student perceptions of teacher credibility.
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.
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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.
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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.
There have been numerous studies conducted on the role of teacher attire in forming impressions about teachers.
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.