Dey tell me dat w'en slaves wus shipped to New Orleans dey had to be dress-up in nice clothes.
Her first contact with him in a well-lighted room made her aware that there were other things to the person besides the dress-up.
Arf of its only ousemaidin; and the other arf is dress-up and make-believe.
Into this both girls put such belongings as might not be used daily—a sort of "dress-up" clothes' closet.
All these dress-up kimonos have decorations in color, sometimes embroidered and sometimes dyed on the lower points of the front.
We only have extra under-things, said Marie, and one dress-up frock apiece, besides our camp clothes and ceremonial dresses.
As a rule, young people love a “dress-up” party, and the guests all entered into the spirit of the thing.
Well then, when Miss Norris was going to dress-up, Cayley gave it away.
Charleston, South Carolina, had a specially elegant flag—blue with a silver crescent—to use on "dress-up" days.