You don't need to bother about evening togs—plain living and high thinking, you know.
Hold the line again for a jiffy, and I'll go through his togs.
It didn't matter in the Garden; but to go to work with a lot of other chaps, these togs aint what you may call spicy.
You see, I'm not much class over here, even in Morris's togs.
Wen he says that my togs and my talk are "the fashion of sev'ral years back."
If Kent has his evening togs and you have the black silk you'll pass muster.
Abbie was dressed in her Sunday togs and her hair was frizzed till she couldn't wrinkle her forehead.
Then I'll put on my togs, with your leave: it's none so warm!
He was accompanied by three boys in togs, one of them Captain Miller.
Yes, mynheer; there be togs with tail and togs without tail.
1708, "any outer garment," shortened from togman "cloak, loose coat" (1560s), thieves' cant word, formed from French togue "cloak," from Latin toga (see toga). Middle English toge "toga" (14c.) was also a cant word for "coat."
Clothing, esp that worn for a specific purpose: riding togs
[1779+; fr tog, ''coat,'' ultimately fr Latin toga]