There he put himself in evening-dress, and drove back again to the house.
He threw off his hat and overcoat, thereby showing that he was still in his evening-dress.
Open came the doors at his command, and revealed to those who could see outside, a double rank of evening-dress bandits.
Only my saddle-bag, and I have no evening-dress with me, else I should be glad.
And then mother fretted a little that I had no evening-dress ready.
To think that it is eighteen months since I wore an evening-dress!
Peveril was also in evening-dress, for he had conceived a vague idea of going to some theatre, or possibly to the opera.
He always looked distinguished and well-born in evening-dress.
Again the bell rang, and in the library door he saw Mary Burton, radiant in evening-dress, and the ermine of a long opera-cloak.
It was the figure of a woman in evening-dress, or rather, I should say, of the woman in evening-dress.