Leave all to me; and to-morrow, when you awake, you shall find a collection of costumes
with which you will be satisfied.
He remembered some of the costumes
he had seen in Paris, and he adapted one of them, getting his effect from a combination of violent, unusual colours.
But a "boating costume
," it would be as well if all ladies would understand, ought to be a costume
that can be worn in a boat, and not merely under a glass-case.
Solomon Lucas did) to have been the regular, authentic, everyday costume
of a troubadour, from the earliest ages down to the time of their final disappearance from the face of the earth.
It was dressed in old French costume
, and little Lord Southdown now appeared admirably attired in the disguise of an old woman hobbling about the stage with a faultless crooked stick.
She wore a costume
that struck the boy as being remarkably brilliant: her silken waist being of emerald green and her skirt of four distinct colors -- blue in front, yellow at the left side, red at the back and purple at the right side.
But you, Jessie, surely like this costume
better than the dowdy things Rose has been wearing all summer.
PREPARATIONS FOR A GRAND FESTIVAL IN THE VALLEY--STRANGE DOINGS IN THE TABOO GROVES--MONUMENT OF CALABASHES--GALA COSTUME
OF THE TYPEE DAMSELS--DEPARTURE FOR THE FESTIVAL
looks as if you might have come out of the penitentiary.
The man liked the European costume
, and ere long Passepartout issued from his shop accoutred in an old Japanese coat, and a sort of one-sided turban, faded with long use.
Then saluting the king and the cardinal, the queen resumed her way to the chamber in which she had dressed, and where she was to take off her costume
The severe accuracy of some critics has objected to the complexion of the slaves of Brian de Bois-Guilbert, as being totally out of costume
The music-seller having taken leave of his senses from sheer astonishment, and I having no evening costume
to appear in, we sent the doctor to make the necessary apology to the public, who were calling for her till the place rang again.
The chevalier had repudiated the ridiculous costume
still preserved by certain monarchical old men; he had frankly modernized himself.
On the first floor was Madame's bed-chamber, a large room papered in a flowered design and containing the portrait of Monsieur dressed in the costume
of a dandy.