over-dressing

[ verb oh-ver-dres; noun oh-ver-dres ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-dressing

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There is a great deal of very unnecessary cant about the over-dressing of the common people.

One saw it was not the over-dressing of the nouveau riche, but the rather old-world dandyism of a past generation.

Two of the most common faults of elderly women are imitation and over-dressing.

The two young ladies who had just entered the room, were shining examples of that system of over-dressing.

As for over-dressing, it is so utterly bad form and bad taste that it requires only passing notice.