- to dress (oneself or another) too elaborately or finely
- a dress that may be worn over a jumper, blouse, etc
Example Sentences Including 'overdress'
For most of the Nineties, the reign of black and minimalism was so strong that it was almost impossible to overdress for anything.
Times, Sunday Times (2004)
It was a lovely thing, made of black and yellow silk in a pomegranate pattern, with a pale yellow overdress.
THE LADY AND THE UNICORN (2003)
That's not a dress; that's a python-skin bikini with a see-through overdress.
JUST BETWEEN US (2002)
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