- v. present participle of accessorize.
“Brastraps. com maven Margarita Reis has created a new wave in accessorizing with her designer bra straps.”
“Her missing copy of Anita Brookner turns out to have been removed by security and exploded; Norman, who becomes her reading guide, is eventually sidelined into obscurity – a creative writing course at the University of East Anglia; the servants fear that her declining interest in accessorizing her outfits and her tendency to jot thoughts down in her notebook are indications of early Alzheimer’s.”
“You made me laugh out loud with the "accessorizing" for working out doors... and as for Bush... grrrrr just thinking about that idiot gets me spun up.”
“Try "accessorizing" by adding cookie cutters with a baking book or art supplies with”
“Men's accessorizing just got a little more interesting.”
“A tall and athletic-looking 38-year-old, she seemed the epitome of success: her blonde hair was perfectly coiffed, her beige suit was beautifully tailored, and her accessories bespoke affluence rather than conscious attention to accessorizing.”
“There are the peanuts (we used dry roasted) and the tiny dots of pancetta -- neither of which stoops to merely accessorizing the corn.”
“Better yet, think of accessorizing your tables the way you accessorize your bridal attire.”
“With its architectural beams, light wood and large expanses of glazing, the chalet aesthetic is a perfect backdrop for contemporary art or antiques, while neutral enough to allow for colorful accessorizing.”
“When night falls on this wild Fashion Week Wednesday, don't be surprised to find me accessorizing my knee brace with three-year-old heavily cushioned, ultra-padded, thick-soled, triple E-width Old Man Sneakers.”
Looking for tweets for accessorizing.