overdress[ō′vər dres′, ō′vər dres′]
to dress too warmly, too showily, or too formally for the occasion
verbo·ver·dressed, o·ver·dress·ing, o·ver·dress·es
To dress oneself more formally or elaborately than appropriate or desirable.
To dress (oneself) more formally or elaborately than appropriate or desirable.
A skirted garment, such as a pinafore, worn over other outer clothing.
(third-person singular simple present overdresses, present participle overdressing, simple past and past participle overdressed)
- To wear too many clothes for a particular occasion.
- To wear clothing which is too elaborate or formal for a particular occasion.