What a crowd, from geisha and maiko (apprentice geisha) to grandmas and and grandpas, tourists and romantic couples, the young women dressed in kimono finery .
Over the course of two days, women dressed in traditional Valencian finery carrying bunches of carnations troop into the square to the accompaniment of folk bands and TV cameras.
She made sure she wasn't dressed in finery and she even swallowed her pride for the day and a half journey through the woods.
Even girls who aren't trying for fashion as a career, but don't care much for drawing anything else, will cover pages with pictures of girls - themselves - dressed in imagined finery .
The King was dressed in his finery - blue robes stitched with silver, the buttons made from silver and his cloak lined with ermine.
Furiously, Louis tore off the leather gloves adding them to the trail of expensive finery he had ripped off.
Daemon idly wondered how she could move in all those layers of clothes, though her finery was proof that she was truly a noble.
In York, clubbers dressed in party finery mixed with older couples and families with young children outside the Minster, cleared of its scaffolding for the first time in more than a decade especially for the occasion.
officers in their blue, gold, and scarlet finery
Abdul posed carefully for my photo in his engagement finery - shimmering white robe, ceremonial cane, tasselled belt with inlaid dagger thrust under it and embroidered hat.