It was illegal to hold political protests in Poland in 1989, so 10,000 disaffected students got together in fancy dress.
Miss Hope looked as if she were in fancy dress; Lavroff, the Russian, is unkempt, with thick eyebrows and dark eyes.
And all these people had a veritable mania for declamation and fancy dress.
His sinlessness wears his incarnation like a fancy dress, all his white self unchanged.
"Indulging your taste for fancy dress," he went on with faint irony.
He declared himself at one of the earlier meetings as out and out for fancy dress, but was outvoted.
There were a few years when fancy dress parties were all the rage.
Among the guests was President Buchanan, though not, of course, in fancy dress.
She was also going to the fancy ball, and she wished for a fancy dress immediately.
The prints are strongly romanticized and must be regarded as a record of something between historical and fancy dress.