To dress up

trying on clothesTo dress up is a phrasal verb used to say that you are putting on more elegant clothes or wearing a costume.

For example:
Normally my sister wears jeans and a t-shirt, but last weekend she dressed up to go to a friend’s wedding. She looked amazing in a red silk gown.

Tonight, I have to dress up in a pirates costume as I’m going to a fancy dress party. My boyfriend is dressing up as a parrot.

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