OTHER WORDS FROM accessorizeac·ces·so·ri·za·tion, noun
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The well-dressed crowd has accessorized to indicate their various affiliations—alumni pins, silk scarves in sorority colors, panama hats signaling graduation years.Senator Raphael Warnock Is Running Again for the Soul of Georgia|Tayari Jones|June 23, 2022|TIme
Some of her latest looks have been accessorized with campy handbags like this bedazzled watermelon or the martini on a chain.Beyoncé And Her Latest Outfits Take Over Instagram|Blake Newby|October 18, 2021|Essence.com
Meghan Raham’s book-dominated set and Karen Perry’s period costumes accessorize aptly the evening’s warmer tones.
Same for dominoes of roseate local beef accessorized with grilled broccoli, burned eggplant and a dollop of ketchup, brilliant with red pepper.
Others never stopped accessorizing, pandemic or no pandemic.Who Bought All These Ridiculous Clothes and Why Are They In My Closet?|Susanna Schrobsdorff|June 27, 2021|Time
The look was set off perfectly by a £795 Aspinall handbag—and a necklace from the cheaper main street store Accessorize.
The 20-year-old model has signed on as the face of Accessorize, a jewelry and accessory chain.
Past Accessorize models include Bar Rafaeli and Claudia Schiffer.
What's a gentle-mistress to do when required to accessorize according to a long line of Mr. Darcy look-alikes?