verb (used with object), ac·ces·so·rized, ac·ces·so·riz·ing.
to fit or equip with accessories: to accessorize a car with special seat covers.
verb (used without object), ac·ces·so·rized, ac·ces·so·riz·ing.
to choose or wear accessories: Well-dressed women accessorize according to the occasion.
to be suitable for accessories: Some clothes accessorize more easily than others.
Also especially British, ac·ces·so·rise.
Origin of accessorize
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Contemporary Examples of accessorizing
The singer covered parts of her naked body with moss, accessorizing with smokey eyeshadow and a voluminous haircut.Miranda Kerr Reportedly Won’t Walk in This Year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show; Gucci Receives $144.2 Million in Counterfeit Damages
The Fashion Beast Team
October 18, 2013
(tr) to add accessories toaccessorize a plain jacket with feminine jewellery
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