Dress Your Family in Corduroy and Denim is an essay anthology by American comedian David Sedaris. The essays in the collection are by and large anecdotal and autobiographical in nature. In the anthology, Sedaris chronicles his life experiences and his relationship with his family. Sedaris also addresses the issue of his sexuality in the anthology and recounts his life in France and New York City.
The anthology has received largely positive reviews with critics praising Sedaris' style as witty and very original. The New York Times also praised the collection as a "quick, tidy, sermonical soul-search".
In a 2010 interview, Sedaris revealed that the title did not actually have any significant meaning in relation to the contents of the book. Instead, he was pressed for time to come up with a title and was inspired by a dream that his boyfriend Hugh had.