They might not have been wholly intellectual in their costuming, but their message was multilayered.
And the costuming of the soft-focus heroine is feminine, maternal and homey.
There is a lot of elaborate make-up and costuming, and then a UFO arrives.
The smart set is devoting a good deal of attention of late to the costuming of house dogs.
This indeed did not consume much time, for my costuming was scant.
The simplicity of the costuming as well as of the stage setting makes the play an easy one for amateurs to produce.
Incidentally, the costuming—as you may see from contemporary cuts—was a nightmare.
Thence comes the embroidery of collars, the betasseling, the befrogging, the flaunting attempts at "costuming."
Our colonel, who accuses me of costuming Rawdon for his getaway.
A comparison of the Amneris and Dalila photos will show how one's sense of costuming develops.
1715, "style of dress," an art term, from French costume (17c.), from Italian costume "fashion, habit," from Latin consuetudinem (nominative consuetudo) "custom, habit, usage." Essentially the same word as custom but arriving by a different etymology. From "customary clothes of the particular period in which the scene is laid," meaning broadened by 1818 to "any defined mode of dress." Costume jewelry is first attested 1933.
1823, from costume (n.). Related: Costumed; costuming.