Common vocabulary for clothes and accessories – Clothing or clothes is a collective term for garments, items worn on the body. Clothes can be made of textiles, animal skin, or other thin sheets of materials put together.
An accessory can be any piece of clothing that you wear or carry as long as it isn’t part of the main outfit.
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- 1 Names of Clothes and Accessories in English
- 1.1 Skirt
- 1.2 Bikini
- 1.3 Dress pants
- 1.4 Jumper
- 1.5 Sneakers
- 1.6 Hoodie
- 1.7 Vest
- 1.8 High heels
- 1.9 Flip flops
- 1.10 Handbag
- 1.11 Tank top
- 1.12 Singlet
- 1.13 Boots
- 1.14 Shorts
- 1.15 Polo shirt
- 1.16 Umbrella
- 1.17 Dress
- 1.18 Hawaiian shirt
- 1.19 Mittens
- 1.20 Socks
- 1.21 Swimsuit
- 1.22 Trench coat
- 1.23 Winter coat
- 1.24 Straw hat
- 1.25 Cap
- 1.26 Scarf
- 2 Clothes and Accessory Vocabulary in English | Kids Vocabulary
Names of Clothes and Accessories in English
– This skirt is nice.
– I hope that she’s wearing a bikini.
– The men’s collection featured button up shirts, blazers, and dress pants.
– Does this skirt go with my jumper?
– He wore old jeans and a pair of sneakers.
– The man in the hoodie was younger and his face was dirty.
– He wore blue pants without a vest.
– I don’t feel comfortable in high heels.
– She is fond of wearing flip flops and Birkenstocks.
– He looked in her handbag and saw his car keys.
– I like this tank top. It goes with my baggy jeans.
– He was wearing a blue silk singlet and boxer shorts.
– A man must have boots.
– He wears his shorts.
– I want to buy a polo shirt.
– I’ve come out without my umbrella.
– You need a dress.
– The man was wearing an oversized Hawaiian shirt splotched with big flowers.
– They made a few mittens or socks, but not many.
– He hated wearing dirty socks.
– Tomorrow he would bring his own swimsuit.
– I’m looking for a black trench coat.
– I don’t have a warm winter coat.
– She had taken off her straw hat.
– I need a new cap.
– He tied a scarf around his neck.