“What Obama has done so far is about perfect,” Kadivar, garbed in his traditional cleric's robes, said.
Mary, who fills up the frame, is garbed in simple clothes, and bares her breast for the baby Jesus.
1590s, "elegance, stylishness," from Middle French garbe "graceful outline" (Modern French galbe), from Italian garbo "grace, elegance," perhaps from Germanic (cf. Old High German gar(a)wi "dress, equipment, preparation;" see gear). Sense of "fashion of dress" is first attested 1620s.
1836, from garb (n.). Related: Garbed; garbing.