Men’s Clothing Vocabulary in English | Names of Clothes

In most cultures, gender differentiation of clothing is considered appropriate. The differences are in styles, colors, and fabrics. For example, In Western societies, skirts, dresses and high-heeled shoes are usually seen as women’s clothing, while neckties are usually seen as men’s clothing.

Men’s Clothing Names in English

Sweater

– Peter decided on a sweater.

Shirt

– He always wears a shirt and tie.

Jeans

– A pair of nice jeans for $ 13.83.

Gloves

– He put on his gloves again.

Cap

– He picked his cap up from the floor and stuck it back on his head.

Suit

– This suit is perfect for me.

Hawaiian shirt

– The man was wearing an oversized Hawaiian shirt splotched with big flowers.

Singlet

– A fat man in a blue singlet barged in, then barged out again.

Business shoes

– Jackson needs new business shoes.

Flip flops

– He is fond of wearing flip flops

Shorts

– He was wearing a T-shirt and shorts.

Cardigan

– The old man lifted his cardigan to scratch his side.

Jacket

– This jacket is just my size.

Sport shoes

– A neighbor brings a new pair of sports shoes.

Bow tie

– Thompson wears a suit with a long jacket, vest and bow tie.

Sleeveless shirt

– Men are forbidden to wear shorts or sleeveless shirt in public.

Vest

– I need a vest and a piece.

Long-sleeve top

– Tom likes wearing long-sleeve top.

Polo shirt

– He was wearing khakis, a polo shirt and sneakers.

Jumper

– It’s very cold so put a jumper on.

Trench coat

– He had a trench coat.

Bathrobe

– He bought a new bathrobe yesterday.

Cargo pants

– He wears aquamarine cargo pants, which are slightly torn up.

Swimsuit

– Tomorrow he would bring his own swimsuit.

Blazer

– He was wearing a blue blazer and a white polo shirt.

T-shirt

– His T-shirt was too thin.

Belt

– He adjusted his belt.

Underpants

– The boy was dressed in just his underpants and a T shirt.

Waistcoat

– He generally wore a waistcoat for the occasion.

Socks

– He took his shoes and socks off.

Tie

– He hated wearing a tie.

Pullover

– I have a pullover.

Umbrella

– I’ve come out without my umbrella.

Scarf

– He had a scarf round his neck.

Sunglasses

– I like wearing sunglasses – I feel I can hide behind them.

Glasses

– I was unlucky enough to lose my glasses.

Boots

– I helped him pull his boots off.

Wallet

– John has lost his wallet. That’s too bad.

Handbag

– I don’t carry a handbag. I just carry money in my pocket.

Watch

– The man glanced nervously at his watch.

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