The slim ankles and feet were cased in white silk, cross-gartered with silver and shod with silver sandals.
So Euphues is a very Malvolio among books, cross-gartered and wreathed as to its countenance with set smiles.
His doublet was of scarlet, while his long hose of white were cross-gartered with scarlet from his tiny sandals to his knees.
Guards he wears none, which makes him live more upright than any cross-gartered gentleman-usher.
What crowds of well-dressed, well-fed Malvolios, “smiling” at one another, though not cross-gartered!