Learn useful American and British words for clothes illustrated with cool pictures.
Due to warmer climates, Americans have the luxury of wearing T-shirts as often as possible. Flip flops are also common in America, especially if you head on to the beach. The Brits, however, have a different style and are not a fan of T-shirts or flip-flops. They tend to take fashion seriously and often spend ample time on their makeovers. Whatever the occasion or lack of it, the British always make sure that they dress their best.
American and British Words for Clothes
Bootlace, Shoelace —–<>—– Shoestring
Clothes peg —–<>—– Clothespin
Dressing Gown —–<>—– Bathrobe
Dungarees —–<>—– Overalls
Nappy —–<>—– Diaper
Underwear, Knickers —–<>—– Underwear, Panties
Plimsolls, Gym Shoes —–<>—– Gym Shoes
Polo Neck —–<>—– Turtle Neck
Pyjamas —–<>—– Pajamas
Swimming Costume —–<>—– Bathing Suit
Trainers —–<>—– Sneakers
Trousers —–<>—– Pants
Waistcoat —–<>—– Vest
Wellington —–<>—– Boots, Wellies
Rubber —–<>—– Boot
Zip —–<>—– Zipper
British vs. American vocabulary words.
American and British Words for Clothes | Picture
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rubber for boot?! Errr…no
Sure. Rubbers are Rain boots.
Is outfit an american or a british spelling