- v. present participle of costume.
“Function was also important in costuming Zoë Saldana as Aisha, in clothes that Guidasci describes as simple and athletic.”
“That a great many of them were in costume and weren't paid to be so impressed me as well, as I think we are now firmly in the post cosplay age where costuming is mainstream.”
“The rest of the costuming is well-chosen — the suits * look* polyester, with wide ties.”
“Skiffytown and friends will help you with their trials and tribulations in costuming your own character or one you really like.”
“The costuming is so beautiful in both, especially the colorful dresses in W & D.”
“I took particular pains in costuming my daughter, darling child that she was, and Mlle. de Bonneuil, now Mme. Regnault d'Angély, who was as lovely as an angel.”
“I'm unsure what direction costuming is going on Game of Thrones, if they're going to give it all a bit of a more subdued, grimy kind of look ( "How do you know he's the king?”
“But most of the main costuming, including the women’s, was appropriate to the period and well done.”
“The attractive cover, somewhat like Stella’s weird costuming, is the only illustration.”
“Considering the show takes place among Broadway’s elite, the set design and costuming is uncommonly tacky.”
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